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Dmitri Siegel  Ojai. Sonos. Megabooks. Ping pong.

RIP #chipbenson -- Photographer, Pinter, tinkerer, husband, MacArthur "genius grant" winner, college drop-out, Art School Dean, 2-time Guggenheim Fellow, Father of four. He was flinty and funny and unapologetically academic. I'll never forget him telling us at graduation, "You might want to think about finding a patron." It didn't go over well at the time, but in retrospect it's pretty damn funny. What a fully lived life.

Big love to the #stepdads on this day. It's one of the greatest feats of love there is to be a step-parent. This mad man changed my life. Thank you to the mad scientist RHG.

Great Dads become great granddads (well first they become grandads that are great and then they become great granddads) but anyway. Big love to my bread-making, mushroom-hunting kite-flying Dad.

It's a basketball with basketball eyes, a basketball headband, and basketball hair, putting a basketball in a basketball hoop. My son is officially obsessed. Thanks @nba

Great day with these creative monsters. #SonosArtDept #RainbowBridge

Always great to get away to the #channelislands

@charlesbradley Keeping Hope Alive.

When you get stood up by like 25 people.

@sonos at the #integratron. #soundbath
The Integratron is a structure designed by Ufologist and Contactee George Van Tassel. Tassel claimed the Integratron was capable of rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel. He built the structure in Landers, California (near Joshua Tree), supposedly following instructions provided by visitors from the planet Venus. The Integratron machine was started in 1957, the structure erected in 1959. It was financed predominantly by donations, including funds from Howard Hughes.

After Van Tassel's death in 1978, the building had a series of owners (and was left in various states of disrepair) before sisters Joanne, Nancy, and Patty Karl bought it in the early 2000s. The sisters promote the Integratron as an "acoustically perfect structure," give tours and offer "sound baths" they describe as "...meditation-like sessions accompanied by tones from quartz bowls."

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