Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Evolving situation on the Pike | Pandemic documentation # 2

Some businesses along the Pike have worked out ways to continue serving their customers (with new banners courtesy of CPRO) Most, though unfortunately not all,  people are wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Other businesses remain closed.

Apparently the 22204 zip code has the highest rate of COVID-19 infection in the state, and our area is one of the hardest-hit in the nation. People do not seem to be panicking - resiliency and creativity are community strengths.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Transitions book now available!

Transitions, the Columbia Pike Documentary Project’s new book-length catalog, is now available.
Elegantly designed by our team member Xang Ho, it is 296 pages long, with numerous in-depth interviews of Columbia Pike residents, business owners, and community leaders by Sushmita Mazumdar and Lloyd Wolf, and eye-opening photo essays by Dewey TronLara AjamiMoises GomezXang Ho, and Lloyd Wolf.
It’s a fascinating plunge into the shared stories of a diverse community in transition. And it’s really beautiful, too.
Click here to order the book (best from Monday evenings through Friday evenings). 

Price includes shipping to the US.