Renovation work is underway at South Quad. [photo]
Truck with smashed front noisily goes wrong way thru intersection across traffic with driver cringing.
Confab of men (with and without hardhats) in front of Real Seafood. Major renovation work in progress. [photo]
Next to the Washington Street side of their building, Kiwanis members are replacing a dirt/grass verge with bricks. [photo]
Service berries (aka June berries) appear to be on schedule. They taste like blueberries. Very edible. They will be ripe in two to three weeks. [photo]
Power outage after a loud “bang” – perhaps a transformer?
Digging up old drains on S. Fourth Avenue [video]
Workers are pulling out flowers – tulip bulbs? – from a Main Street planter. [photo]
Kick-off for Jack Eaton’s bid for the Ward 4 council seat. Great turnout plus many local dignitaries there in support: Mike Anglin, Jane Lumm, Sumi Kailasapathy, Vivienne Armentrout, Kathy Griswold, Alan Haber. Probably others. Sorry if I missed you. Thanks to Ms. Hathaway for the venue.
Watering station for cats + dogs – and possibly other critters. [photo]
Sculpture Plaza. Balkan dance music infused with a bit of jazz by the band East. Quintet includes Matt Endahl on accordion, plus bass, trombone, drums.
Street violinist abruptly interrupts amazing solo performance. Hugs exchanged with a couple she knows. Explanation to those of us listening: They just got engaged.
Activity around the old gas station. Three people working, one applying red paint with a large brush.
Embassy Hotel signs and windows covered in plastic as building gets painted. [photo]
Swarm of bees hovering above middle of street, roughly between 826 and 831. Swarm appears to be ignoring lilacs and flowering trees. Looking to start new hive, perhaps?
Ann Arbor Fire Department and Police Department Open House: crowds, kids, balloons, popcorn, demos of equipment – Jaws-of-Life, Hazmat, SWAT team, etc.
Asparagus is in! [photo]
University of Michigan campus. Abandoned bikes being tagged for removal. [photo]
Pond water level quite low, and apparently continuing to drop with no inflow. Is the parks staff letting it dry up? Hope the coming rain will help, but it did not seem to help after the last storm.