Glass artist known for social media scavenger hunts in Ann Arbor launches miniature art exchange
The Take Art Leave Art box and gallery in Shawn Bungo's yard in Ann Arbor. ANN ARBOR – When glass artist Shawn Bungo and his wife moved to Tree Town from Knoxville, Tennessee six months ago, they knew moving to a new city during a pandemic would be a challenge. “Being a glass artist, you have a lot of pieces that don’t come out, so that’s what started that,” said Bungo. Bungo constructed a Take Art Leave Art box and gallery outside his home on Ann Arbor’s south side. “I just recently put it back up two weeks ago and I shared it with the Ann Arbor Townies group on Facebook,” said Bungo.
California wildfire evacuees return home to find devastation
The Glass and Zogg fires are among nearly 30 wildfires burning in California. Everything we built here, everything we made here is gone," Nikki Conant said. It was horrible,” Nikki Conant said. Firefighters were also warily watching for “violent" winds expected to return to the Napa-Sonoma area late Wednesday, with continuing extreme heat and low humidity. Their landlord already told them the home will be rebuilt and offered them a trailer to stay at on the land while the house is finished, Nikki Conant said.
Columbine High School plans to enhance security
Instead, the Littleton, Colorado, high school, where about 1,700 students in grades 9 through 12 are currently enrolled, will implement "changes to enhance the security and privacy of the site, including the creation of an improved and defined perimeter around the building," he said. The discussion about replacing the original school was driven "by the number of 'unauthorized individuals' (some 2,401 as reported in the Colorado Sun) who came onto Columbine's grounds this past school year," stated Glass. In April, for example, the FBI reported that a high school student who was "infatuated" with the Columbine shooting had traveled from Florida to Colorado and made credible threats. The survey raised the question: "Should we rebuild Columbine High School, further back from the street on which it presently sits, and redesign the building so as to remove the attraction as the site of the 1999 murders?" "Similarly, 55% felt that a potential Columbine rebuild was 'not really important' or 'not important at all'."