Archive for September, 2014
Finally, after 20 years, a new Pink Floyd album is on its way. Slated for release on November 10, aficionados of arguably the most remarkable Prog-Rock band of all time will have some new material to look forward to. Their last album, Division Bell, signaled the breakup of the band when Roger Waters and David Gilmour could no longer work together. Fortunately for all of us, that relationship seems to have been mended.
You can pre-order The Endless River on Amazon right now.
The newest arrival in McKinney’s square is Munzee Marketplace. For those of you not familiar with Munzee, it’s a tak-eoff on geocaching that has exploded into an online game with Munzees (QR codes) deployed on every continent. Billed as a “21st century scavenger hunt, the concept has really taken off in the last couple of years.
In the process of expanding their offices in McKinney, they elected to put in a retail store for their products (QR codes, shirts, merchandise galore. While planning their retail store, a decision was made to fill a gap in the services available in downtown McKinney and the store concept evolved into a fully functional convenience store.
Along with the usual assortment of snacks, medications and Texas-made items like salsa, they are including local art.
The big canvas of Texas Landscape 1 (the cover of my book) is 69″ wide and sells for $1,675.00
The three limited editions on display are:
Texas Landscape 1