This Week’s Various

The NYT has a nice piece about FLW works in Wisconsin, with slideshow.  And speaking of FLW, this $2.4MM home in Huntsville was built by someone Av knows, and went to a party there once, telling me he could not believe that I didn’t go, especially since it was so FLW-reminiscent (the inspiration for the house was the Rosenbaum home in Florence).  In 2006, the home was listed at $14.4MM.

Also for sale in Huntsville right now is the Albert Erskine home (he was president of the Studebaker company).

St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Brookside AL

The Russian Food Festival is this weekend at St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church in Brookside, AL.


The Lost Art of Buying From a Butcher, with pics, recipes.


Mirliton Festival this weekend in the Bywater.


The Fleisher/Ollman Gallery in Philadelphia is putting on an exhibit of the Philadelphia Wireman’s works.


The Times-Picayune shows the pieces that make up Prospect.2 (turn your volume down for the first few seconds of this):
http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1


Gypsy/Roma caravans for sale.


When we were in Nashville last weekend, we had lunch at Bobbie’s Dairy Dip and I had the vegetarian black bean burger (ohmygoshamazing):
Black Bean Burger, Bobbie's Dairy Dip, Nashville TN


Last week in Atlanta, we had lunch for the first time ever at Flying Biscuit (which I’ve heard about forever and now I have to admit I just don’t get what the big deal is):
Flying Biscuit, Atlanta GA
…a tall biscuit with sugar on top?  Eh.


There is a bottle tree now at the B’ham Zoo. Yay!

Bottle Tree, Birmingham AL


33rd annual Peter Anderson art festival this weekend in Ocean Springs.


The James Eastland Federal Courthouse in downtown Jackson was sold for $1.45MM and plans are to repurpose the “115,000-square-foot space into a privately funded university-level arts institute.”


Meant to show this before: the post office in Ruleville MS is named for Fannie Lou Hamer, reported to have said, ““If I fall, I’ll fall 5 feet 4 inches forward in the fight for freedom.”
Fannie Lou Hamer, Ruleville MS Post Office

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