Once Again, It’s Art vs. the Bureaucrats (via Perambulations & Ruminations)

IW: What would they have made of Thoreau’s shack, built for pieces of a railroad shed?

Last month, Boston city officials took aim at a whimsical lean-to a local artist had spent two years building from the detritus people had left behind in Franklin Park. Today the scene shifts to Post Mills, Vt., where officials apparently have nothing better to do than worry about a sculpture made from scrap wood. “Vermontasaurus,” as one observer called it, is 25 feet high and 102 feet long. Brian Boland, 61, who operates the Post Mills Airport … Read More

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