Scott’s Picks

1899 Nikola Tesla Interview: Everything is Light
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I’ve been seeing lots of Tesla cars around town. My brother just ordered his second as well as his son John. Did you know The Tesla Car Company was named in honor of Nikola Tesla, the Serbian inventor and engineer who developed the first modern alternating current (AC) motor? On an early version of the [...]

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TV : Jack Ryan Season 2
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Time for Holiday binge watching. Wild times in South America and season 2 capitalizes on all the political chaos in Venezuela, whom has the largest known oil reserves. Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, or simply Jack Ryan, is an American political thriller spy web television series, based on characters from the fictional “Ryanverse” created by Tom Clancy, [...]

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Book : Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
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Recently I was invited to Zenki Christian Dillo’s Dharma Talk at the Dharma Sangha Crestone Mountain Zen Center. Then the next think I know, I was finally able to bring my bike up to Colorado after 10 years of trying to figure it all out. This all reminded me of the bestselling book titled “Zen and the [...]

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Place : Glencairn Museum
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  I’m fascinated with Sacred Geometry. I’ve been studying Sacred Geometry and Architecture for the past 25 years. My favorite place is Chartres Cathedral outside of Paris. In 1992, I was fortunate to attend a conference in Santa Fe with Keith Critchlow. titled “Arts and The Sacred”. Then again in 1994 in Crestone, Colorado. While working on [...]

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OurDallas 311 App
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When Dallas residents need to report an issue or request a City service, calling 311 is usually their first step. The current system that 311 uses was installed in 2002 and tracks 400,000 service requests every year. 311 handles over a million calls annually and dispatches urgent calls for service for six departments, including Dallas [...]

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Bowlski’s : @ The Iconic Lakewood Theater
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Originally from Colorado, Bowlski’s Lakewood is now open! Come and see them! Featuring classic Brunswick A2 bowling with automatic scoring, huge bar, local craft beers, cocktails, retro video games, pool tables, and buck hunter, golden tee and more. Bowlski’s Lakewood has 10 regulation bowling lanes, vintage candy shop, vip bar, karaoke room, golf suite, and [...]

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Route 66
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Final Summer Road Trip 2019! Fun Story…I was at The Great Sand Dunes swimming pool a couple weeks ago and heard some people speaking French, and I found out they were from Paris, France, visiting the United States to experience the famous Route 66. I laughed and said “Is this actually a thing??” And the woman said [...]

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Movie : Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer-director features a large ensemble cast and multiple [...]

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For Sale : Nada Carmelite Monastery
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The Spiritual Life Institute of America locally known as Nada Carmelite Hermitage is currently a Irish Catholic retreat center situated on approximately 100 acres at the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountains near Crestone, Colorado. Property includes: Chapel; Community Building; Fourteen move-in ready Hermitages and three additional Hermitages not currently in use; Shop & Maintenance Center [...]

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Book : On Wings of Eagles
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H. Ross Perot I love this Man & all he has done for Humanity and the City of Dallas. His Humility was a great lesson for everyone, Rich and Poor. H. Ross Perot Made me proud to Vote for a President. I read this book “On Wings Of Eagles” the year my little brother Christopher went off [...]

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