The Cleveland Free Times :: Cover :: Art Addiction: "His father had been a gunner on a B-17 during WWII. Dana says he survived five crashes. That'll fuck up a man - and his family. Dana blames his father's war service on the violent outbursts, the harsh whippings and the instability of his youth."
Alameda Sun - Sign of the Times: "Alameda Police set up barricades around the street and building while work crews brought in a crane to secure and lift the sign to the ground. 'If it is a hazard to vehicles or pedestrians or traffic, then we would set up a barricade to prevent injury,' according to Lt. Art Fuentes of APD, and that was done in this case, he said."
Neon loses out to rust, dooming landmark sign - The Boston Globe: "There were no birthday cakes or special crullers when the oversized neon Dunkin' Donuts sign in Brighton turned 50 in 2007. Indeed, the rusted landmark and last original Dunkin' Donuts sign standing anywhere appears on the verge of passing quietly into oblivion sometime soon."
They Say the Neon Lights Are Bright on This Street - washingtonpost.com: "'Doesn't it make you smile?' he says, beaming at the neon house numbers before setting off on an evening walking tour of his Northwest Washington neighborhood. In the six months since Manning made and installed his glimmering address, four of his neighbors have ordered red, purple, green and white neon numbers for their houses. The enclave has become the talk of commuters hiking home at dusk from the Metro, bemused dog walkers and curious kids in strollers."