May your Sunday be filled with rest. Go ahead and don’t shave for the day, and maybe even take a nap.
As the sun was rising through our front door window one day, it streamed through the glass and created a spooky scene on the wall.
May your weekend be filled with colorful desserts, even spread on a table so you can have fun eating them!
My college didn’t do a lot of fancy stuff, nor have a lot of big-named concerts come through, but in the world of way-cool, they did arrange for speed-painter Denny Dent to put on a show.
Denny would paint, speed style, to music that accented the painting he was going to complete. Lots of times he would also start them upside down, then spin them over, and suddenly you would see what he was creating.
Sadly Denny died too soon, at the age of 56, back in 2004. Luckily I was able to see him create some masterpieces!
As part of the Illumination experience at The Morton Arboretum, you are able to see part of the Human+Nature exhibit up close, illuminated in the darkness, for a stunning look at the sculpture, Hallow, by Daniel Popper.
KMFDM was one of my first introductions to the energy of industrial rock. While the lighting at The Metro in Chicago for this concert was tricky, flipping to black and white helps bring out the energy of the band.
(Image from: KMFDM in concert, May 30, 1995
The Metro, Chicago, Illinois)
With the end of the year approaching, and the beginning of a new year coming soon, it’s a good time to ponder your past to develop your future.
(Image from: La Sagrada Familia – The Passion Facade, Barcelona, Spain)
When radio dude Jonathan Brandmeier was on the radio in Chicago and did appearances, one of his sidekicks was Piranha Man from Pakistan. On this event he was lucky enough to go surfing!
This poor bush never gets to go to sleep thanks to the night light keeping it awake!
Years ago at a radio station festival a band called The Bloodhound Gang, and their bassist “Evil” Jared Hasselhoff (real name Jared Hennegan) nearly started a riot with their inviting everyone in the crowd on stage.
It was awesome.
(Image from: Q101 Jamboree 2000, May 20, 2000 – The New World Music Theatre, Tinley Park, IL)