Archive for June 2017

Unexpected! Ten Commandments Monument Destroyed in Little Rock

Yesterday a Ten Commandments monument was installed on the grounds of the Arkansas Capital.  Early this morning a man drove his car into the monument and destroyed it. Yelling “Freedom” as he drove into the monument, the perpetrator recorded the deed on Facebook Live. The act was also witnessed  by the Capitol Security.  Michael Reed... Read more »

Always in style--NEON

One of the coolest things about Little Rock is the neon signs.  Most are old signs, sort of neon ghost signs, and one is for a place that is still in business.  Enjoy! Capital Glass, on the corner of  South 8th Street and Broadway is still in business. The street has a few auto repair... Read more »

Two Women, Two Books, Two Great Stories.

This post is a big switch–instead of writing about  unexpected visual art, I am writing about unexpectedly good literature.  When I moved to Little Rock, I joined two book clubs, a conventional one that meets monthly and and one that never meets.  (How can there be a book club without meetings? Simple–its called a pass-along... Read more »

LEED Platinum Buildings in Little Rock, The Best of the Green

LEED stands for “Leadership in energy and environmental design,” the most widely used green building rating system in the world.  LEED, is international, and in the United States it is managed by the US Green Building Council.  It provides a framework that project teams can apply to create healthy, highly efficient and cost saving green... Read more »