Sad state of the Greyhound bus station


Matt Grigsby
Matt Grigsby was born and raised in Redding but has often felt he should have been born in Italy. By day he's a computer analyst toiling for the public good and by night he searches airline websites for great travel deals. His interests include books, movies, prowling thrift shops for treasure and tricking his friends into cooking for him. One day he hopes to complete his quest in finding the best gelato shop in Italy.
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3 Responses

  1. Avatar Matt Grigsby says:

    I wonder what happens to all those beautiful blue green tiles when she gets torn down? I hope they won't be tossed in the trash.

  2. Avatar `AJacoby says:

    Ihope your photo and comment inspired some architect/designer/decorator/artist to make sure the tiles receive new life in some future work.

    • Avatar Matt Grigsby says:

      I agree. Redding has a bad and shameful habit of throwing out its history (the Cascade Theater being the notable exception).