Sidewalk Stories

Random Stories from the Sidewalk

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Tales sidewalks tell. (Photo Credits)

Sidewalks have stories to tell. There are a lot of daily occurrences that happen by these concretized pathwalk that some may be amusing, some may be sad, some even weird or at times tragic. American Society of Concrete Contractors

Just like the story of this dog featured over at Pet Plus. “In what can only be described as a miracle, earlier this week a Portland resident, Ted Nelson, managed to save a 5-year-old Bichon Frise named Mordy from plummeting to his death off a 14-story balcony – by catching him! The whole thing started when Ted, looking out his window, noticed that there was a small dog out on the balcony in the apartment building across the street. It appeared that the dog had slipped through the railing and was trapped on the outside ledge, with nothing between him and the sky.”

Read the rest of the story here.

Sidewalk Advocacy

Video Sharing site Vimeo.com meantime featured a story about finding love, peace and prayer in the sidewalk. Cemented A mother, Lizanne, shares her story of choosing life, and encountering love, peace, and prayer on the sidewalk. For more inspiring stories of life, and to learn more about Sidewalk Advocacy, go to SidewalkAdvocates.org.”

Watch the video here.

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A photographer meantime shot photos of sidewalk skateboarders, the photos of which have been featured over at sidewalkmag.com.

Ever since I’ve met Mike he’s always been smashing it but this year he has fully caught people’s eyes and he is blowing up. This photo was definitely a favourite of mine from the past year as we’d always shoot photos in the past and joke about it being a cover…we’d say ‘Could be covers’ but this time it actually happened!”

See the photos here.

Do you have a sidewalk story?

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