Good News: Beauty From the Ashes and One Lucky Rabbit – gvwire.com

Artist Shane Grammer is based in Los Angeles, but he a native of Chico. After the deadly Camp Fire devastated the community of Paradise, he responded in a way that has grabbed national attention.

“I feel like I’ve been able to, in a small way, bring joy into something that is so devastating.” — Shane Grammer

Since January, Grammer has made trips to what is left of Paradise, leaving behind evocative pieces of magic: beautiful murals spray-painted on what’s left of the broken town.

“I feel like I’ve been able to, in a small way, bring joy into something that is so devastating,” Grammer told The Sacramento Bee.

One of his most memorable creations is “Beauty Among the Ruins,” a female face painted on a shattered chimney that once was part of a home owned by a childhood friend of Grammer’s.

The Bee created a project on Grammer’s project, turning some of his Paradise murals into 360-degree videos. It’s worth a look.

Rabbit Mystery Unsolved. And We’re OK With That

The only downer to this little story on social media is that we don’t learn how a rabbit managed to wedge itself between the grill and radiator of a Toyota, and stay alive.

But we do get a happy ending, thanks to Fresno Humane Animal Services and some city firefighters. And that’s really all that matters, right, Mr. Bunny?

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