On Friday a new piece of public art, Kevin Curry's "Face the Sun," was installed at Tennyson Street and 41st Avenue. The piece was part of the 2007 Better Bond Project that paid for the finally-finished street improvements along Tennyson.
The piece is embossed with the words "Face the sun and the shadows fall behind you." Is the piece a welcome addition to Tennyson? Play the art critic and post your thoughts in the comment section below Laura Easley's shots of the unveiling on Friday night:
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