Who would have thought this is already July? The blog is still here and this writer is busy with his little projects. Despite the loud noises from firecrackers scaring my cat, today has been in fact the quietest of a four-day weekend away from ‘the job’. I didn’t get as much done as I hoped, but I can’t say that nothing was accomplished either.
There are some ideas for potential upcoming posts, and at least one article churning around in my head for this blog. It turns out one possible subject I could have worked on; a policy summit on housing, human capital, and inequality hosted by the Federal Reserve, took place two weeks ago and I didn’t know about it. I also heard on the radio that the Cleveland Planning Commission was doing at the end of the week a presentation on the Opportunity Corridor but cannot find out any further details. After all, subjects like these, and not my opinions on current politics, that are the basis for the blog.
Speaking of politics, Frank Rich’s article last week in New York Magazine was very interesting to say the least and who knows where we will be one year from now regarding the Trump Circus. But I digress, enjoy this fine evening (at least here on the North Coast) look at Fireworks and Happy Fourth of July.
Photograph by James Valentino