Alan Prendergast recently updated us on the ongoing battle over whether to allow the artist Christo to move forward with "Over the River," a project that calls for the display of fabric panels over parts of the Arkansas River. Aside from environmental concerns, most of our commenters remain unimpressed with the concept. Example?
Christopher David writes:
Put art in a place that needs beautification; a river in its natural state is already art.
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
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