Amelia Fais Harnas CUEVA (a.k.a. meEl ticket)
She is known for her certain affection of bright colors, notably orange, and is easily spotted in the wild. She has a signature habit of pointing or wild gestures, and her love of traffic cones and fireworks is renowned. Her creative work covers a wide range of artistic endeavors including art pharmaceuticals, wine stain painting, experimental film & dance, ritual, and perpetual brainstorming. A recent accomplishment involved taking at least one sip of 40 different beverages (not all alcoholic--she's not that crazy) for her 40th birthday. This feat shall never be attempted again.
Noel Sylvester (a.k.a. HEY NORM!!!)
This fine gentleman owns and operates Beulahland. Originally from Detroit, Noel is a graduate of the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. After his service in the Vietnam War, Noel moved to Beulahland with his late wife, Caryl, in 1973. He worked for close to 40 years as a metal worker and welder at Dresser Rand. You will always find him with a camera in hand and has photographed country music celebrities (Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash). He also has made giant-sized jewelry and furniture out of maple branches.
Jennifer Fais (A.k.a. Jenver The Super G Fais Jr)
This formidable organizational force was born to NYC beatnik parents and lived in a place called Shanks Village for the first year of her life. During her formative years, she wielded supreme power as a Comb Vending Machine Overseer. She loves water: she long worked in the field of environmental planning, helping to provide better access to local rivers, and she is an impressive watercolorist, painting exquisite great blue herons. She has some serious bird knowledge and a healthy toleration of ridiculous fun.