Somehow graffiti doesn’t bother me as much when it’s optimistic, empowering and correctly spelled… And this struck me as particularly nice this morning, as Arlo and I were walking through Riverside Park, discussing his first day at nursery school… Lots of potential indeed.
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A few days ago, I posted an interview I did with an author by the name of Ted McClelland, who has written extensively about the emmigration of young professionals from Michigan to Chicago. To sum up our conversation in one sentence, McClelland believes that we have little hope of keeping bright, young people here in […]
Walking by Ypsi’s historic Ladies Literary Club building this afternoon, I noticed that someone had tagged the front. As I hadn’t noticed it an hour or so earlier, when I’d first passed, I knocked on the door to see if everything was alright. I noticed a person peaking at me through the window, and I […]
In the past three days, I’ve seen two local examples of what I think are knitted graffiti, or, to use the terminology of the vandals, “yarn bombing.” One was on the back deck of Ypsi’s Cafe Luwak. The other, featured in the following video clip, was on a fence along the Ypsi/Arbor corridor of Washtenaw […]
I just got home from a marathon, 5-hour Shadow Art Fair judging session, so there won’t be anything new on the site tonight. I’m sorry about that, but I’m dead tired… I almost don’t even have the energy to share my brilliant new idea with you. It occurred to me as I was walking home […]