A snapshot of Clematis in wheely crazy days.
A very handsome Comeau-ver for the “grande dame” of Clematis
We love bumper stickers. As a matter of fact, we literally champion well-crafted copy that expresses irreverent, irascible messages that were born to adorn Frank Cerabino’s t-shirts. But 1926 was, on the surface, anyway, a more genteel time, and “bumper stickers” were sometimes made of metal, bolted to the front grille below the logos of Ford, Buick and Dodge.
Before SunFest, which back in 1983 was a funky collection of musicians, artists and craftsmen in tents and booths braided down the middle of Flagler Drive, West Palm’s springtime bash was called Seminole Sundance.