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6/11/15 | 10:36 pm Happydelusions Weblog: Happy Cataversary!
5/27/15 | 8:58 pm Happydelusions Weblog: The Twilight Zone Art Show
2/19/15 | 1:39 pm Happydelusions Weblog: Call to Artist, Mothers Day Show
2/4/15 | 1:07 pm Happydelusions Weblog: Chris Berens
1/28/15 | 1:08 pm Happydelusions Weblog: South Seattle Emerald
1/8/15 | 1:21 pm Happydelusions Weblog: Art Walks
7/27/14 | 9:17 pm A Displaced Hipster's Guide to Renton, Wa: You can read more at...
10/24/12 | 8:42 pm A Displaced Hipster's Guide to Renton, Wa: Sometimes a restaurant is so bad you have to post about it
6/15/12 | 6:47 pm Andy Update: New Project!
4/1/11 | 5:14 pm A Displaced Hipster's Guide to Renton, Wa: Paul Bocuse to merge with Rubbatino's

Happy Cataversary!
06/11/2015 10:36 pm

So tomorrow marks one year since two amazing kitties came to live with me. My sweet little Ethel & Atticus. I thought it only right to share their photo and my latest treasury – Cats! My you all find and fall in love with a kitty too.Filed under: Random things everyone should know Tagged: Cat, […]

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The Twilight Zone Art Show
05/27/2015 8:58 pm

Calling all artists!!!! The Twilight Zone Art Show Exhibition Opens September 8, 2015, and will stay up through November 25, 2015. Renton History Museum 235 Mill Ave S, Renton, WA, one block south of Renton Library. 425.255.2330 happydelusions@yahoo.com Show description: There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a […]

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Call to Artist, Mothers Day Show
02/19/2015 1:39 pm

happy delusions is teaming up with the Tin Umbrella in Hillman City once again to bring you a one day Mother’s Day show. We are currently looking for 10 artisans to sell their items on Saturday May 9th from 8:00AM-2:00PM. These are the Tin Umbrella’s regular weekend hours, and it’s a wonderful neighborhood coffee house […]

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Chris Berens
02/04/2015 1:07 pm

                            I am so excited to head out tomorrow night to the Pioneer Square Art Walk to see Chris Berens work at my most favorite gallery in Seattle, Roq La Rue. I first saw Chris’s work at said gallery over 3 years […]

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South Seattle Emerald
01/28/2015 1:08 pm

Early this month I got an email from a reporter asking to do a story on me. What?! Okay! Marcus was given my name from Joya over at the Tin Umbrella where I was getting ready to take down a very successful art show held there over the holidays. Marcus Green writes for the South […]

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Art Walks
01/08/2015 1:21 pm

Let begin the year with some art walks. Tonight I will be headed down to Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Art Walk. Yes,  it’s technically the second Thursday, but it’s January people, and no one wants to head out to do anything on New Years Day! So this month is the exception, deal with it. Then […]

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You can read more at...
07/27/2014 9:17 pm

freakazoidfreddyeats.blogspot.com That is what this blog has morphed into. Go there.

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Sometimes a restaurant is so bad you have to post about it
10/24/2012 8:42 pm

Even though I haven't posted here in over a year and am mostly lazy and uninspired to do so, tonight I ate a memorably bad meal. It was at the Home Run Restaurant & Lounge on Airport Way in Renton, described on restaurant.com as a "gastropub." That suggests to me that the place ought to have good food and good beer. I'm a tolerant guy. I can forgive a lot in a place. If they'd had great beer, I could have tolerated mediocre food, especially if I didn't have to wait forever for it to show up. But in this case, there were zero local beers on tap. None. No Manny's, no Mac and Jacks, no Big Al's, no Odin, no Fremont Brewing, nothing. Blue Moon, Bud Light, and Stella Artois were available on tap. I could forgive that if the food were great. Or if the food were mediocre but brought to the table quickly. Well, even though the place was empty, it took 45 minutes plus to get the food. I ordered nachos, not exactly a challenging culinary item. My wife had a Cobb salad, and my dad had fish and chips. We were there to watch the first game of the world series. We arrived just before the game started, and the food came during the fourth inning. The nachos were topped with that liquid nacho cheese topping or velveeta or cheez whiz, or pasteurized processed cheese food liquid. Can you say nasty? Gastropub my ass. This was not the worst meal I've ever eaten. Only the worst meal I've eaten in the last 15 or 20 years. McDonald's is better. And there are so many other places in Renton that have both good food and good beer, ranging from The Red House to the 907 to the Dog N' Pony to A Terrible Beauty to the Whistlestop. Even the Beachcomber in Skyway has Mac and Jacks and Manny's on tap and terrific burgers. I guess this place might stay in business if enough people drink there. But nobody's going to go there for the food.

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New Project!
06/15/2012 6:47 pm

As anyone who manages to wonder over here has probably noticed, this place is a bit of a ghost town lately. Except by lately, I mean like 3 years. If anyone is at all curious, I’m currently hard at work on a new project called The Internet Joke Database, where I plan to have the […]

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Paul Bocuse to merge with Rubbatino's
04/01/2011 5:14 pm

April 1, 2011
Superchef Paul Bocuse, the 85 year old chef from Lyon, France, and one of the world's most famous chefs, has announced that he will be opening his first restaurant in the United States. The location will be in Renton, Washington. Rather than having an entirely new restaurant, Bocuse said that he will be adding to the menu with some innovative touches to the existing Rubbatino's restaurant, the world class dining establishment on Renton's South Third Street.
Bocuse said " We do not wish to detract in any way from Rubbatino's elegant, exceptional cuisine. We will simply be adding some authentic French touches to the menu, such as French fries, and French toast. We see Renton as a new culinary mecca, and are thrilled to be given the opportunity to be here."

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