Archive for August 2017

The Eclipse At 32,000 Feet

The Eclipse At 32,000 Feet
  Eclipse Day was a travel day–we were on our way to Chicago.  So much for the eclipse, or so I thought.  As we took off from Little Rock’s Bill and Hilary Clinton National Airport ( yes, Little Rock has an airport), the flight attendant welcomed us to the Eclipse flight!  She had a pair... Read more »

Murals--One Way to Know Your Neighborhood

Why do people paint murals on blank walls in their neighborhood?   Most  neighborhood murals have a purpose: to educate, inform or to welcome people to a neighborhood.  A mural on the walls of the railroad viaduct on Greenleaf Street, a short walk from Nichols School, where I taught for 25 years was recently restored.   ... Read more »

A Coke Sign and Memories of My First and Only Muscle Car

A Coke Sign and Memories of My First and Only Muscle Car
On my way to the Art Center I pass this business on 9th Street in Little Rock– the coke sign caught my eye.  The building looks like it had a previous life as a mini-mart. When I stopped to take a picture, I realized that there was more there–the door was open and appeared to... Read more »
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