The campaign includes posters, videos, blog posts and events.
The traveling exhibit made its debut in 2016 at New York Fashion Week.
“Ten years is a lot of time,” Riley said. “You mature, you change, you grow, your opinions change. We never wrote about politics in the beginning and I really didn’t care about politics. Then 2008 happened and I started getting more into it. Now, that’s one of our big topics.”
The elected officials have to intervene! Why has no one done this? Fear; fear of retribution — in the form of a tweet.
Moad said his portraits are most popular around Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas.
“If I just met you one day on the street, I don’t need to know your kid’s birthday or anything like that,” he said.
Let’s hope that the changes that are forthcoming to the U.S. Supreme Court will include jurists that will follow the letter and spirit of the writers of the First Amendment without inserting creative, erroneous interpretations of what is clear English.
Local groups urge those who haven’t registered to exercise their right to vote.
State Question 779 would utilize a 1 percent sales tax to fund the Education Improvement Fund.
Social media and old-fashioned pavement-pounding work to bring residents closer than ever.