Category Archives: Friendship Park (April)

The First Ten Letters

Friendship Park

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Baum Boulevard: No. 111 and No. X1

If you haven’t been keeping up with the story, the narrator recently stepped off the bus, found an October bus pass in his/her pocket and is now pondering a recent Rally. EDIT: It turned out to be a Rally’s Hamburger … Continue reading

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An Untaken Sample

This is not what one usually imagines when one imagines people urinating in the park.

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A Perfect Match

I spotted this older Bloomfield couple walking in lockstep under a single umbrella on rainy Tuesday, but I only managed to get three seconds of footage before tripping.

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An Argument

A couple fought in the park this morning. He slouched on a bench while she stood in front of him with her hands on her hips. He said something that made her walk away. He yelled something as she left. … Continue reading

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Rock of Ages

There are two painted rocks nestled in the flower bed of the sitting pavilion at S. Mathilda Street. One is green with orange spots and the other is white with red stripes. But today, the striped rock disappeared from its … Continue reading

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A Second Attempted Bird Feeding

Every so often, some mystery someone sprinkles this mix of dried corn kernels, sunflower seeds and peanuts around the base of the bigger trees in Friendship Park. I’m not sure if the city is doing it, or just a kind-hearted … Continue reading

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