Couldn’t the kid have used Bitly.com or tinyurl.com to shorten the URL?
brief posts and the occasional picture from a heightened perspective
Latte and Messiah (arr Mozart). Happy December.
It’s (almost) a park! Kudos and congratulations to midtown Phoenix’s Shine Coffee for beginning construction on their Vernon Avenue Pocket Park. Can’t wait to hang out there!
Hance Park Forward - The Valley, The Canyon, and The Plateau
And now for something completely fun. I love the pre-performance schtick. Is that the Smith Corona typewriter in D or the Selectric in B-flat?
It’s Election Night in Phoenix! Post your comments, observations, and questions on the Election 2013 open thread.
Some thoughts on the future of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport’s Terminal 2 and why its demise might be greatly exaggerated
Sky Harbor’s Terminal 2 has been in the news lately as there are plans to expand Terminal 3 and close Terminal 2. Here’s some of the art that’s in Terminal 2 right now:
- TOP: The Phoenix, Paul Coze (1903-1974), mixed media mural
- MIDDLE: Phoenix bird and compass rose, terrazzo flooring
- BOTTOM LEFT: Superstition Rodeo and Fall Round-Up, Billy Schenck (b. 1947), acrylic on canvas, moved from Terminal 3 in 2000
- BOTTOM RIGHT: Galaxy, Jose Bermudez (b. 1922), moved from Terminal 3 in 2000
We at the Friends are headed to the airport to get some better pictures soon.
There will definitely be an airport trip soon to get some better pictures!
Yesterday at the Gallery @ City Hall, printmaker Brent Bond discussed some of the techniques used by George Elbert Burr to create the works of Art now in exhibition at the Gallery.
If you’re at City Hall today at noon, you can hear members of our own Phoenix Symphony perform chamber music.
(photo credit: Edward Jensen)
Lots happening at City Hall!