I’m listening to an old black cassette tape that’s been laying next to my Victrola record player-slash AM/FM radio-slash-cassette and CD player. This standard audio cassette tape is about 4-inches by 2.5 inches — a plastic, magnetic ribbon that you rewind or flip over to hear side B.
The haunted beauty of the historic buildings materializes like a specter in black and white ink.
My phone is listening. Yours is, too, but you probably knew that.
“A LITTLE DIFFERENT,” 11 a.m.-3 p.m. through April 1, Southside Art League Off Broadway Gallery, 299 E. Broadway St., Greenwood.
News from around Johnson County as reported on Jan. 5 in the pages of the Daily Journal and the Franklin Evening Star from the last 111 years.
I’ve got seven New Year’s resolutions — that I may not actually ever keep.
From beautiful to haunting to menacing, a snowy day has much to say.
LIGHTED TRAIL, 5:30 p.m.-7 a.m. through Dec. 31, Greenwood Amphitheater, 100 Surina Way.
The symbols for the New Year, Father Time and Baby New Year, are polar opposites on the age spectrum.