Today on the blog: Say hello to a few of the men and women who proudly serve our wonderful city by working for Rogers Water Utilities. Clean water is a vital part of our lives and the men and women pictured here work very hard, oftentimes behind the scenes, to make sure our city has the highest quality water and the best infrastructure for delivering that water. Drink up!Read More
Now open for business; The Foxtrail Distillery! We recently had the pleasure of attending and documenting the grand opening for Visit Rogers and of course, I had to sample the beverages too. All in all, the space is amazing, the staff are extremely hospitable and insanely talented and of course, the drinks are delicious. For more information, visit their website.
Lake Atalanta is special to me because I live and work in such close proximity to the park, that I am there almost everyday, either running or riding my bike on the trails. I recently had the opportunity to create some abstract imagery of the area for a proposed art installation and I had a blast doing it. Here’s a few of my favorites. Enjoy.Read More
Today, I am wishing my dear friends and next-door business neighbors a fond farewell and happy retirement. Trolley Line Bookshop was a local favorite long before I moved in next door. This was largely due to the personable owners, Pat and Myra Moran who never tired of making friends and involving themselves in the community for the better of everyone. Their shop had the cozy and quaint feel of a neighborly downtown business because it was genuine and not manufactured and their presence (as well as their incredible selection of interesting reads) will be sorely missed. Cheers and Best Wishes, you two and thanks for everything.Read More