Tag Archives: Jim O’Halloran

Nurse Log Poem at Bradner Gardens

I think it might be seven times now that I have been invited to read poems by Jim O’Halloran at his annual concert at Bradner Gardens. One of the jewels of Seattle’s P-Patch system of community gardens, Jim is a … Continue reading

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Reactions to a Fractured Nation

I am delighted to be performing with Jim O’Halloran, master flute player, composer and band leader, as part of the Columbia City Gallery’s upcoming exhibit Reactions to a Fractured Nation. It is clear the United States have not been united for … Continue reading

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Paul Reads at Jackson St. Jazzwalk

Jackson Street was once the epicenter of Jazz in Seattle. Not sure there is one anymore, but you can hear live Jazz in town at places like Tula’s, Jazz Alley, the Royal Room and other venues. On April 1, 2017, my … Continue reading

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