IONTW – April 1, 2018

For the first time since 1956 – if you can believe the intarwebs – April Fools’ Day and Easter are coinciding! You may also have noticed (or not) that Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday were the same day.

Public art affecting the community it is in.

Another way of art interacting with its environment – billboards showing the landscape they block.

Family stories becoming data becoming art.

Engine No. 9, the last original piece of rail equipment from the Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods Railroad, has been purchased by a historical group in Marin that hopes to restore it and bring it back for display on the mountain.

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