Just another day hanging out with a hard rock drumming god in his house. And Brann Dailor of Mastodon is practically a neighbor. With a massive collection of eclectic artwork that rivals his own ink and an awesome Dalmation named Thriller, the highlight of the day was the incredible jam session. Thanks to Drum! Magazine for a great day.
Snowmageddon , Clusterflake, or Hothlanta 2014 has come and gone. As people try to resume where they left off, some fun was had. Nothing can beat the feeling of watching a 6 year old roar down a snowy hill on vintage Flexible Flyer!
The Atlanta BeltLine revealed its plans for the construction of the Westside Trail to the community this week. The trail will stretch from Washington Park to University Avenue and will include remediation, street access and the removal and rebuilding of the bridge at Martin Luther King Jr Drive which will create a walkable and safe point for neighbors. Go progress!
10,000 people (estimated) walked and watched the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons lantern parade on the Atlanta BeltLine. But who was watching the watchers?
Got a chance to see artist JR and crew paste up Civil Rights era photos off Auburn Ave yesterday. NYC street photographer Martha Cooper showed up too. I’d call that epic.
Turner Broadcasting CEO Phil Kent is stepping down at the beginning of 2014. I first met Phil in 2009 when I stood on his boardroom table at CNN Center on assignment for Business Week magazine. I have seen and photographed him multiple times over the years as he is on the Board of Directors for the Atlanta BeltLine. He still gives me a hard time for climbing all over the table. Best of luck Phil.
Deborah Hutchinson: artist and a wonderful woman. Thank you for the time you spent with me.