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After almost a decade on Apple Podcast, this video podcast series will continue on YouTube. A new episode should be uploaded to my YouTube channel by the end of 2021. You can view all old and new episodes as well as subscribe at www.youtube.com/user/lymarchvideo
An unrehearsed chorus made up of members of the Pigmalion Camp (the Bacon and Bloody Mary folks) serenade unsuspecting Burners late on Monday Afternoon early in the Burn. The serendipity and synchronicity of Burning Man emanates in this romp, not dependent on the flash and allure of the night time's pleasures.…
A tour of the sights and sounds of Burning Man in 2018 collected over five nights during the Burn. 34 minutes
A sampling of street life in the San Francisco western South of Market area in late 2017 & early 2018.
The story of my great grandparents' ranch created in the late 1800's in rural Dogpatch San Francisco
This City Hall was once San Francisco’s grandest building. It's collapse during the 1906 earthquake was attributed to political corruption. My examination suggests otherwise.
The erasure of the eastern end of the Great San Francisco Dune Fields to create the flat landscape of Market Street, South of Market, Mission District, South Beach, Financial District, Tenderloin and Union Square.
Lifelong homes of Bernard Maybeck, Frank Lloyd Wright, Philip Johnson, Thomas Jefferson and Frank Gehry with a contrasting look at the work of Louis Kahn.
Golden Gate Park as San Francisco's Origin Myth
Maybeck's five San Francisco houses constructed between 1909 to 1916
The opposition of two new museums in Golden Gate Park