Found in a briefcase in an abandoned Chevrolet Dealership on the West Side of Cleveland. I’m guessing its from the early 70′s. I have no idea who this guy is but this is a definite finders-keepers situation.
I was walking home from the park with my kids and thought that I’d take them by the juvie; like, “Hey kids, don’t act up and end up in there some day.” We found this on the sidewalk. I saw the swear word up top and then wouldn’t let my kids have it. They spent … Continued
My boyfriend and I found this drawing of a werewolf in the wolf lodge at the Cleveland Zoo. I’m sure some kid is missing it, but it made our day!
I finally got around to cleaning out my backpack for the summer and found this paper crammed underneath a million other loose papers and more than a few folders. I have no idea how it got in there, who wrote it, or who Avery is, but I can tell you right now, he sure is … Continued
This flash card was in a Marxist theory textbook that I bought online, secondhand. All the margins are full of cramped, tiny, illegible notes, and this fell out of the middle.
I found this in an academic building at my college during a training session. It was crumpled up in a ball on the floor.
Noticed this scrap of paper on the sidewalk and thought it was too great to not show someone! Love makes the whole world look better?
After poring through my archives, I found the companion photo photo for “Piano Man,” which was Find of the Day for Nov. 10, 2006. This appears to be part of some play, where the young man in the previous photo was impressing the ladies with his piano chops. Here, he appears to be escorting one … Continued
A lovely note found in my apartment building.
Lake View Cemetery is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Cleveland– it has such wonderful art throughout. People like President James Garfield, Eliot Ness and John D. Rockefeller are buried there. My favorite memorial is the angel that sits near the Haserot family plot (). I was just visiting there this weekend when I … Continued