It’s a foggy warmish Monday morning. I found this displayed in the window of a clothing shop one block away from my office. First I’ve heard of this.
A small slice of my commute, paralleling GA 400 between the stations at Buckhead and near Northside Hospital.
We had unprecedented amounts of water running into the culvert in our front yard, but nothing like what happened in other places around Atlanta.
I want to eat these Two tasty things that Creative Loafing’s Omnivore blog writes about.
My particular friend Stefan, an attorney who throws pots, was interviewed in the local free weekly after some of his work was in a gallery show in Decatur.
Strolling the stalls at the Art•B•Que show in Avondale Estates east of the city. Immediately found Jason drawing Monsters And Robots I Have Known. See more of Jason’s work at his Red Rocket Farm website. Very fun stuff. Update: corrected link to Jason’s website.
Twice a day for nearly twelve years, Ive seen this view looking north walking between work and the train station. I like this view… though I still dont think the Coke sign adds anything worth seeing. For one thing, the clock has been wrong since the rest of us sprang forward about two months ago.
In concert at St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church. Renaissance and modern choral works, sung with beauty and real appreciation. A lovely concert.
Outside the Montag freshman dorm on the campus of Georgia Tech, 11:03 this morning.