Marketer Bruce Rowley jokingly calls the new light sculptures on Commerce Street, where he works, asparagus. He says he actually likes them very much.
Marketer Bruce Rowley jokingly calls the new light sculptures on Commerce Street, where he works, asparagus. He says he actually likes them very much. Bruce Rowley Courtesy photo
Marketer Bruce Rowley jokingly calls the new light sculptures on Commerce Street, where he works, asparagus. He says he actually likes them very much. Bruce Rowley Courtesy photo
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