It’s Labor Day. Your PopCulteer has been spending about fourteen hours a day in front of the computer since he got back from his vacation last Tuesday, and this is one of those days when readership at PopCult is at its lowest because everybody is out doing other stuff. So this week’s art is a simple digital painting, a color study attempting to recreate the look of the Central Pennsylvania sky and mountains, as seen from the road while wearing mirrored sunglasses, the week before last while Mr. and Mrs. PopCulteer were meandering their way through the chocolate factories and toys shows of the Keystone state to celebrate their wedding anniversary.

If you wish, you can click this image to see it bigger.

Meanwhile, over in radio-land, Monday on The AIR, our 30th Anniversary marathon of Radio Free Charleston concludes with a third-day of our most recent episodes of The AIR’s flagship show. I have decided that, contrary to what I’d previously written here, this week RFC and The Swing Shift will be reruns. I will tell you about them tomorrow, and bring you a bonus photo essay or two from the recent trip to make up for it. Basically, I need a day off, and today’s a holiday, so it sort of makes sense. We’ll pick up with new programming on Thursday.

You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on this embedded radio player…