Remember how last month Broad Street was all about equestrians?
We can’t help but think that a pedestrian with some markers noticed the sidewalk-closure-without-warning on the west side of Broad Street near Capitol Avenue, not so far from where this sign was spotted.
Spotted at Christ Church Cathedral — Church and Main.
Sign faces north.
We have found condoms. We have found pregnancy tests. This, however, is a first for roadside debris:
Next up: IQ prediction tests?
Cat locked inside a bodega on Capitol Avenue, Saturday afternoon.
Dandelion, taped to a bench with a banana sticker.
According to the iQuilt website, the “Bushnell Plaza Sculpture Garden” was supposed to be open for six months after its installation in September. It may be time to revisit what open means. Continue reading 'Scenes from the Sidewalk: Pseudo Public Art'»
Photo by Kerri Provost, RealHartford.org / May not be republished without permission
A skate park might not be the first place you would look for commentary on the state of public education. This graffiti popped up on a structure that faces Capital Prep Magnet School and happens to be painted in that school’s colors.
Diane Ravitch, who we are guessing did not write this at a height requiring a ladder to reach, will be giving a lecture about the privatization of public schools. That free, public event will take place on October 8th at Quinnipiac University in Hamden.