Wednesday, September 02, 2009

this pink line train is now in service

This is just a brief post noting that the link in the H&S blog roll to Philippa Hughes's blog--formerly Adventures of Hoogrrl!--has been updated, and will now direct you to her sleek, fully functional new website. The site was re-launched last week, and now comes complete with a pretty thorough interactive calendar of art events around town and an "art chat" section, which promises to feature musings from not just Philippa but also future guest contributors.

Read DCist's thoughts on the newly refurbished site here; read an interview from a year ago with Philippa reflecting on the beginnings of the Pink Line Project itself here.

I know that this redesign has been in the works for quite awhile, and am pleased to see it finally unveiled. With this transformation, I think Philippa possibly has managed to make her blog/site indispensable--a trick many bloggers would like to pull off. Ride the Pink Line and find out what's happening in D.C. art often.


Blogger Steve Amos said...

It's funny because the Pink Line is an actual train line here in Chicago. It serves an area known as Pilsen, which is the part of town that all of the artists have flocked to because the rent is still cheap. It also goes through the West Loop, which is the heart of Chicago's contemporary art scene.

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