I walked into the wonderful Apple service store on Lake and Oak Park. The fellow at the counter yelled out "What's going on?" Startled, I thought maybe I looked disheveled or worse. I even turned to look back out at the street to see if there was an accident. Silly me. He was just saying "hi."
James Caulfield, a professional photographer in Chicago for 30 years as well as an avid volunteer for the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, will have an exhibit of his work in the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery, 834 Lake Street, from Feb. 2 –March 2.
Now comes Pope Francis, a man in his late seventies, toppling one tradition (er, sacred rite) after another. I'd say His Holiness is having a helluva good time, though he seems likely to do away with that title.