Posts Tagged ‘Red Cedar’

Every year on March 17th, the city of Chicago uses dye to color the Chicago River a bright, glittering, emerald green. The resemblance to the glowing nuclear waste in old comic books and cartoons is uncanny. This odd tradition has prevailed since about the early 1960’s, beginning with a yearly dyeing to investigate illegal dumping […]

In an attempt to get work done but still enjoy the sun, something every Michigander knows not to take for granted in February, I made my way to the Red Cedar where it took me all but 10 seconds to find the perfect spot along the river. Right behind Bessey Hall on the wood deck […]