“We did not choose to lose our home in a wild fire,” wrote Nicole Ringgold in her latest blog entry. “We were suddenly — unpredictably — thrust into a position to make decisions that we otherwise wouldn’t have considered.”
The ’70s are a long way away now, and it’s easy to put to rest some of the things that came with them: the fashion, for instance, is buried somewhere 40 years behind us, and that’s probably where it should stay. But some things — and some people — were nothing short of timeless.
After a decade of making films, Charley Voorhis is taking some time to reflect back, look ahead and celebrate. His latest project, “Voortex Live,” is “kind of a celebration of the last 10 years of craziness,” Voorhis said. “I’m calling it 10 years of survival.”