Why, I think I’ll mention some stuff I like!
Let’s start the day off with the cast of High Fidelity coming to life in a Columbus, OH living room. Written by Andy Whitman, a dude who writes great music reviews as well as thoughts on American culture and the Christian faith.Have you ever heard of a Craft Social? They exist in different forms around the country, but the one I linked to is the Chicago one. It’s an evening to get together with friends and other crafters to work on different craft projects. You can bring your own stuff, or you can float around to the different tables, each which offers a different project to work on. I’ve attended a couple of these and walked away with a decoupaged cup coaster, spiral notebook with cereal box covers, keychains, cute cards/envelopes and I forget what else. You should see if there’s one in your neck of the woods, they’re super fun!
This is a photo from a previous Craft Social, which has been held in my old church’s lobby . . . the upcoming Social will be at a cool new location which I’ve been to a couple times for work retreats:
Catalyst Ranch, downtown Chicago. Check out their website for great photos of their AMAZING colorful, retro/vintage space.Last, I LOVE LOVE LOVE these maps in flickr that show racial distribution in the U.S.’s major cities. Check out your city, are you surprised? Is the place you live considered racially diverse? If so, is all that diversity mixed together, or segregated? Do you think the segregation is by choice? Due to circumstance? What keeps your area segregated?