Tiny Facebook page.
Walter Crockett's eulogy
at Paul's funeral
makeover in progress! New Stuff on the way! (Finally)
October 31, 2007: Master Tibetan stone mason Sonam Lama
has completed the Tibetan stupa built in Tiny's memory! See photos
consecration led by the Venerable Achok Rinpoche and Geshe Jampa
Lobsang marked its finish.
A video excerpt
which includes the Gyuto Monks consecrating the stupa site has
been posted to YouTube and can be seen at the link here:
A link to The
Greenfield Reporter's May 12, 2007 story about Tiny and the stupa
WHAT'S ON THIS SITE:
of Tiny and friends.
Poetry, published articles,
eulogies and other documents about Tiny.
Tiny Tales: The strange, the
beautiful and the inspiring. Recollections and artifacts recall a
remarkable -- and remarkably fascinating -- life.
The Tale of the Stupa
The completion of Tiny's
Stupa has indeed been a long, strange trip. Beginning with the untimely
death of Sonam Lama's teacher (and adviser to the project) through the
area visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and an unscheduled trip to
Nepal to secure elements of the stupa, to last minute injuries to both
Sonam and Steve (while chiseling the dharma wheels at the top of the
stupa, the head of the chisel broke-off and embedded itself in Sonam's
chest necessitating a trip to the emergency hospital and a week of
recovery). But, finally, it is done!
We've located the video of Ram
Dass at the Blue Plate (with Tiny's introduction and Ram Dass' on
stage tribute). We will be digitizing it soon and posting it to this
Steve Rodman is going through his
and Tiny's collection of live audio tapes from the Blue Plate (vintage
1970's and 1980's): Trailers, Holy Model Rounders,
Michael Hurley, etc. Digitizing and tweaking them -- and taking all
legal precautions -- may take some time, but they are worth waiting for.
Plus: photos and information about Tiny's
stupa ceremony, more stories about Tiny, photos, interviews,
memories, tributes, music, writings by Tiny and more.... So, STAY TUNED.
If you would like
more information, or if you have a story or photo you would like to
contribute, please contact Steven Rodman at: