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Lollapalooza Heads Invasion – Whoopee!

Ah, that carefree feeling to be twenty-something, basking in the sun during one of Chicago’s hippest, coolest and wildest concert venues – Lollapalooza!

While I might feel I am beyond the attending age of such an event I can’t help but think back to my own days of exploration when I would attend various events and get a taste of the culture of the day. 268 more words


Summer Evening

We spent a gorgeous evening at one of our favorite parks earlier this week. It feels like precious moments such as these are harder to come by nowadays (we are either too busy or too tired), which makes us treasure these times even more.

Family Outings

Free document shredding

Free Document Shredding

Saturday, Aug 2nd 10am-2pm at the North Gate into the Pierce County Fair Parking lot, Frontier Park in Graham.

Sponsored by Cintas  and the Pierce County Fair. 9 more words

Pierce County

Puget SoundCorps to help restore urban forest near Spanaway Creek

A Puget SoundCorps crew will remove English ivy and Himalayan blackberry from trees in Pierce County’s Bresemann Forest starting Aug. 4. Getting rid of these invasive plants will improve the health of the trees and the adjacent Spanaway Creek. 270 more words

Pierce County

Young dancers under the bridge greet foreign photographer


In Yoyogi Park.

Public Space

The Inaugural Brookhaven State of the City Address

Last night (Thursday) July 31st, the City of Brookhaven held its very first State of the City Address. As you can see from the picture above, they’ve made a statement in literally EVERYTHING that they’ve done. 280 more words


Kadriorg: The People's Park

“Who really owns public spaces?” begins a review of the exhibition Open to the Public: Civic Space Now on exhibit through September at the AIA New York Center for Architecture.   1,329 more words

Landscape History