The Attraction Writer


From the moment I found free parking at the Church of Christ at Spring Hill until I sat making notes afterward in my leatherbound notebook, the Spring Hill Art Walk, organized by the Spring Hill Arts Center (SHAC), had proven to be a quintessential fall experience. What I mean by “quintessential fall experience” is that, strolling from […]



Rapid but contained forward motion: a ring of runner-less white sleighs in tight formation move along an unseen track, up and down gentle slopes, around a central, shining globe resembling a disco ball, over and over again. Round and round, faster and faster. The screams grow louder, and a man in a booth at the side of […]



As a haunter of coffee shops, I often can’t tell whether I’m creating a great experience myself or partaking of one that already exists. Every coffee shop has its aura, ranging from lame to lavish. I prefer a middle ground: a cafe with a healthy dose of atmosphere, yet one that doesn’t impose itself too trendily, as […]



Old cameras abound in the high school gymnasium-turned-repository that is Spring Hill Antique Mall. Though the numerous cameras’ technologies are obsolete, particularly since the demise of film, their curious designs nonetheless invite collecting. I wouldn’t recognize a rare model, but there must be enough connoisseurs out there to merit the inclusion of so many styles in a […]