Last week's presentation by Kent State University School of Architecture students of a re-envisioned Sandusky was a huge opportunity, for everyone working toward a better city, to imagine what the downtown district might become.
Did you ever read a book review and realize that you have to get your hands on a title you've never heard of? That happened to me years ago, when I read a review in "The Wall Street Journal" of "The Gold Bug Variations," a new novel by Richard Powers.
Imagine you play football for the NFL. The whistle blows, and you start the play. Suddenly you receive a direct hit to the head. You think you have a concussion. Your head is throbbing as you lie on the ground. You get up, and the coach does not come see if you are OK.