Ever think that the way words are displayed doesn’t matter? The lover of neon signs who wrote “Neon Lost and Found: Where New York City Still Burns Bright” would beg to differ. In the article, Kirsten Hively is interviewed about the dying art of neon signage and the iPhone app she created to share the neon signs with others.
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Events on March 9, 2015
12:00 am (details)
Events on March 27, 2015
RW workshops -- TBD
11:00 am at 271 Bessey (details)