Friday, October 28, 2016
As the reporters leave town, the cities water leaves with it. There is a problem with the main water line heading into the city and the whole city’s water cuts off. No one knows why it was shut off or for how long it will be off, and the mayor has mysteriously left town. The fishing pond and Rainbow River immediately become hot spots for local residents to take showers and wash their clothes. Tensions rise throughout the city as people fight over the little water left in the area. School and some jobs are temporarily cancelled in this state of emergency and as expected, most residents begin to panic.
Some people band together to collectively search for water while others simply stay put and manage their remaining resources. Nevertheless, everyone is out and about dealing with the tough situation.
Everyone in the blog city interacted with at least one person this week
The confirmed interactions are as follows:
Annabell Amelie Adamson either Wren Henry or Jamie Medina
Autumn Moore-Wren Dillan
Candice Arnett-Scarlett White
Sasha Tary-Rick Flame
Hal South-Olive Roderiguez
Henry Johnson-Lucien Marr
Howard Chapman-Laurelil Steson
Anthony Moretti, Sophie Stone, or Milton Brock
Baker Shefield-Rory Langely
Barnabas Evergreen-Rebekah Mershire
Cecelia Fisher-Philip Hornbuckle
Colette Mikealson-Nephele Neil
Ellen Davis-Munny Pang
Elliott Varane-Masie Waren-Loe
Harvey Potter-Jenn Sonyac
Gaia Lux-Jackie Wackerman
Man Low- ????
Monday, October 3, 2016
The editor of Southern Living crooked a discerning eyebrow at the underwhelming façade of The Victorian. It was 8:30 am, but she’d been up since 5, and her crew had a long day ahead of them doing interviews and photoshoots. They were covering this town for a piece titled “15 Southern Towns Making a Comeback”, but she had yet to see what exactly was supposed to be coming back in this tumbledown town. Her proposal team was going to get an earful when she got back.
The apartment building groaned as if to protest her thoughts. Anica Mathews scanned it critically once more, wryly wondering how she could sell this ancient, hulking establishment to her readers. A lived-in feel? Nostalgia for an era gone by? The quaint touch of antiquity would be stretching it a bit. She resolved to think about it later. Turning sharply on her heel, she issued orders to the veritable army waiting behind her.
“Reporters, make-up artists, photographers, pair up! Knock on every door! I want to know everything about everybody who lives here! Where they work, what they eat, when they sleep, hell, even hows deys momandem? Give me pictures! If it ain’t pretty, make it pretty! If it ain’t interesting, make it interesting! If they slam the door in your face, pick the lock! We have a magazine to produce! You got it?
“GOT IT!” They chorused back at her, enthused, then scurried through the crookedly hanging front door, ants ready to swarm. Anica could already hear indignant shouting issuing from the lobby. Smiling smugly, she resettled her designer hat atop her perfectly coiffed hair and set off towards city hall. She had a meeting with the mayor to get to.
This is how your story continues: accosted by pushy magazine employees, determined to include you in a feature of Southern Living. Enjoy.