Antiques dealer Compton Creel has spent many weekends on buying trips with his wife. “It was pretty much all geared toward her,” he says. “And few and far between were things that interested me.”
In a way, Steve Jobs’ life has become a kind of ideal, a measuring stick for the rest of us slogging along life’s pothole-filled highway. How much of a positive impact do we need to have on others so that we are judged to have “made our mark” and lived a worthwhile life?
The lights were out — and gone.
The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is calling for artists to submit work in any media for “Tiny Spokes: The Oak Cliff Bike Experience,” an exhibit that will feature art inspired by bicycles.