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Sprint Pavillion
#Look3 continues. Pictured here, Friday Evening Projection offered range of images curated by the photography editors at TIME Magazine: Isadora Kosofsky, Stacey Kranitz, Myles Little and the photographers from “Inequality in a Time of the 1%,” Kristen Luce, Michael Marcelle, Christopher Morris, Laura Morton, Landon Nordeman, Stuart Paley, Thomas Prior, Emanuele Satolli, Mike Sinclair, Gaia Squarci, Gabriele Stabile, Peter van Agtmael, and others. This the tabula rasa, one of my favorites.

pop up office TSA-Pre

anonymous hallway
The Transportation Security Administration is hoping to enroll air travelers in the TSA-Pre program
Universal Enroll office
The closest enrollment center to Charlottesville is a medical office building in Richmond. The TSA is definitely saving money on the minimalist bricks and mortar approach. No frills.
TSA Pre RIC enrollment center
It is slightly Kafkaesque, but if you pre-enroll on the internet, arrange an appointment, fill out forms correctly, it goes smoothly.

RVA

Z dam
When I was a child the James River and its tributaries between Bosher’s dam and Williams Island was my playground.
Hugenot Bridge
I walked east along the south bank of the James River last week. The City of Richmond has done a commendable job providing trails and access. The river is now enjoyed by many.
stinging nettle
In the 60’s there were few trails. We’d bush whack through stands of this (Laportea canadensis?) taller than we were.