Thursday, September 18, 2008

Art Is in the Park

My co-worker Kate took a photo of this sign, and we debated whether or not it was an apostrophe catastrophe:


Maybe a guy named Art is in the park? We concluded that it was a catastrophe upon finding this link from the South Boston Arts Association. I think the event should actually be called Ahts in the Pahk, but that's a whole other story.

I could just yell this over my cubicle wall, but thanks, Kate!

6 comments:

Flartus said...

Reminds me of stories of local officials found exposing themselves...maybe it's "Art's (censored unmentionables) in the Park."

michelle said...

Maybe they just mean that art IS in the park! Like, there is some art in the park, go check it out.

Becky said...

Yeah, I thought that was a possibility, but then I saw a listing for the event that didn't include the apostrophe.

http://aramink.wordpress.com said...

I love the Boston accent. "Where shall we pahk aah cahs for Ahts in the Pahk? In Hahvahd Yahd?"

Becky said...

That part of the accent doesn't bother me. I hate it when people add an "r" where it doesn't belong, as in "I'm goin' to Aruber." What???

Merry said...

Don't you mean "that's a whole NOTHER story"? ;-) Tee hee.