Nothing makes a hot evening run in 89-degree weather feel better like an open hydrant to run through! One other note: when I took this photo last year, I was the only person taking it, at least at the time. This time, I was trying not to wander into the shots of at least two other people with cameras, and that was in the 10-second window in which I walked by.
Meanwhile, get your weekend started with two great events this Friday. From 7:00-8:30, Force and Flow hosts their monthly Sound Bath, an immersive music-therapeutic event featuring (this month) The Didge Project. In unrelated but equally interesting news, Force and Flow instructor Ophra currently has a fun project going called "Dress a Day," which she's documenting on her blog, Stories of O.
Up the block at LaunchPad, the fun starts at 8:00 with a collaborative performance featuring The Dymaxion Quartet and photographer Asca S.R. Aull. The jazz quartet will be unveiling new work from their upcoming album "Sympathetic Vibrations," which will feature nine original compositions based on Aull's work. The event runs to 11 and is free (BYOB), with donations for the artists accepted.
So get out this weekend and show everybody that Franklin Avenue is about more than just violence!