Breeders Halloween show poster

Sometimes I like to wear the hat of production artist. In this instance, Kyle had an idea for a poster to have for The Breeder’s Halloween show in Columbus. Take this Dr. Phibes poster, add in Kelley and wrap it up with the appropriate text. I was hanging in the hospital with my mom while […]

Tram Tour through Spring Grove

Spring Grove has tram tours that happen a few times each month with a variety of different topics. Mom and I did a ‘History and Heritage’ tour and quite enjoyed learning about how the cemetery came to be, facts about notable residents, monuments, mausoleums and the trees. Highly recommended. My only advice is to call […]

Yawning Tom

Joywave at Brew Dog

With external hard drive that contains all my photos connected, a search for folders called ‘joywave‘ would reveal I’ve seen this band 5 times. They’re young and bright and from Rochester New York. Their music is almost always grounded in a solid hook, often bright and sometimes lyrically heavy— not heavy in a bad way, […]

Building formerly known as Sam’s

Filed under: Retail Apocalypse

The lounge

I’ve managed to keep the tree alive. So far.

Garfield phone

Mom and I went back to the West Chester Antique Center because when we were there the other week she put her name in the hat for a door prize. They called and said she had won something! Turns out it was this Baileys table lamp. Maybe you’re thinking, this is all very flea market […]

Dolls

Avoided “Black Friday” for the most part, which now has no beginning or end—it is simply, All The Time. Stopped in Walmart after dinner to pick up some decongestant and see how the mayhem may have left the store. It was largely in tact, with a few raided bins of devoid merchandise and many more […]