Vote for your "Moving Parts of the Arts" favorite now!
Monday, April 23, 2012
The Roswell Cultural Arts Board wants to know, which "Moving Parts of the Arts" bicycle art is your favorite? The People's Choice vote is now open to the public until April 27 at 1 p.m. Eight dynamic artists created inspiring and unique pieces comprised of donated bicycles and bicycle parts from Roswell Bicycles in celebration of the upcoming Roswell Criterium. Artists transformed the bikes into creative ‘masterpieces’ and have displayed them at the corner of Woodstock Road and Canton Street. The general public now has a chance to vote on their favorite ‘bike-art’ via the city of Roswell’s Historic & Cultural Affairs Facebook page or on-site via their smartphone by scanning a QR code with a direct link to the voting system. “We’re very …
11 Alive News reports the son of injured bicyclist Barbara Nicholas is fighting to have the city redesign Big Creek Park and Greenway.
A local woman's death has one family urging the city of Roswell to redesign Big Creek Park and Greenway, according to 11 Alive News. Barbara Nicholas, 67, died this month of injuries - including paralysis - incurred during a head-on bicycle collision in the fall of 2010 which has been blamed on blind spots along the greenway. Now her son, Steven Nicholas, is urging the city to change the park design so a similar tragedy doesn't befall another family, the television news station reports. Do you ride your bicycle at the park? Have you noticed blind spots? Do you agree the park and greenway need to be redesigned? Tell us in the comments below.
Eric Broadwell, past president of Bike Roswell, was hit by a car on Sunday.