DAILY LEADER / RACHEL EIDE / Samuel White (above) stretches from atop a ladder to apply paint to the front of the building at the corner of South Whitworth and Monticello Streets last week before the cold weather arrived, plunging temperatures below freezing Tuesday night.
DAILY LEADER / RACHEL EIDE / Samuel White (above) stretches from atop a ladder to apply paint to the front of the building at the corner of South Whitworth and Monticello Streets last week before the cold weather arrived, plunging temperatures below freezing Tuesday night.

Getting Ready for Business

Published 2:30pm Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Yaman Al-Rai with Flame Painting helps steady the ladder and also sends fresh buckets of paint up to White via a rope system as needed. Al-Rai and his wife, Delora Al-Rai, are opening a vendors' mall called "Doing A Little Business" at the location as of Nov. 15.
Yaman Al-Rai with Flame Painting helps steady the ladder and also sends fresh buckets of paint up to White via a rope system as needed. Al-Rai and his wife, Delora Al-Rai, are opening a vendors’ mall called “Doing A Little Business” at the location as of Nov. 15.

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