DC’s Red Line Graffiti Art: Hope and Fragility

I developed my love of graffiti art along Washington, D.C. Metro’s Red Line when I lived in the Brookland neighborhood of Northeast D.C. The Metro’s Red Line, from Union Station to the Takoma Station , is a constantly changing museum of graffiti art. From the Metro track’s retaining walls to old warehouse roofs and walls,Continue reading “DC’s Red Line Graffiti Art: Hope and Fragility”

Ravi Howard’s Two Great Novels: DRIVING THE KING and LIKE TREES, WALKING

I always get great suggestions from my local librarians. At the Takoma Neighborhood Branch of the Washington, D.C. Public Library, the librarians are smart, funny, and kind. This one-hundred year-old library seems to get amazing librarians. A few weeks ago, they pointed me in the direction of two novels by Ravi Howard: Driving the KingContinue reading “Ravi Howard’s Two Great Novels: DRIVING THE KING and LIKE TREES, WALKING”