Wednesday, June 11, 2008

The Moment That Sweet Nectar of BBQ Sauce Touches My Lips

Graffiti pasted up near my apartment. I think this is my favorite type of graffiti and I'm not opposed to it being posted on boarded up buildings and construction sites.

They whitewashed the graffiti wall next door to my apartment and started on another design. The new image is looking nice. It's a neighborhood theme with the city skyline and the Humboldt Park boat house. I'll take some pics of it when it's finished.

Karli, SME, and Frances at the wednesday night BBQ.

So much meat, so little time. Rumor has it that the BBQ is at Brent/Angela/Evan's place tonight. Is it true?

Here's Canstruction 2008. Basically, the concept is for organizations to design something creative or artistic out of cans, which are later donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Good cause. This is the CTA train.

For my sister, this is the "We Can Do It" lady.


This one was my favorite this year. They won last year when they shouldn't have, so I don't feel bad about them not winning this year.

Nothing like a cup of tea

Marina City. They did a real good job on this one. It even has the House of Blues and Hotel complex on it. In fact, there's even a little car jumping from the parking garage into the river.

Well executed, but almost identical to last years winner. Nice try guys...

I wish I could watch them make these.

This should have received an engineering award.


This is a real nice sculpture that won. It was a bit of a surprise, but it's well executed and well designed. I like the use of labels that give the water texture. Even the sail is done to perfection.

If this doesn't play to the home crowd, nothing will. What says Chicago more than Deep Dish pizza and an Old Style?

333 Wacker at night

Horner Park sky at twilight

RIBFEST!!! Leslie and Andy came down from Muskegon to celebrate. Too bad it was the rainiest weekend I've ever been in Chicago. There were so many T-storm, tornado, and flash flood warnings and watches. There was even a tornado that hit the south suburbs. Craziness. But, Megan's friends band, Alternative Roots, played the festival and all. It was still a good time between the rain.

Hecky's Rib Sandwich. I should buy stock in this company.

What's ribs without a side of corn. Kinda disappointed they weren't selling their baked beans this year.

This is what it's all about. Although, don't go to where this guy cooks. The Fireplace Inn is a terrible yuppie joint that sells average food for swanky prices.

Megan rocking out at the Savemore. Thank god they had A/C.

Leslie plotting to grind Andy

Frances and Leslie's club dance photo watching Alternative Roots


That's it from Chi-town. Still doing the ol' job hunt. Some leads here and there. But, nothing too wonderful. So, if you hear anything, drop me a line.



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