Every morning on my walk to the bus, I pass the windows of a shop called Bazar. They sell imports, womens’ clothing, shoes, etc. I often look at the dresses on display with an eye for something my wife would like me to surprise her with. They often have some posters for bands or performances that I assume the owner fancies.
However, in addition to their normal offerings for eye-candy, they offered something to reflect Barack Obama’s election. Entitled "a historic night"; it was several large swaths of white paper hanging in the windows. The hangings, read from left to right were one-line capsules of events, ideas, statements and thoughts from the beginning of the campaign up to election night.