“My wife thinks it’s the Power Center,” writes Brian Mickey about July’s I Spy. “She’s pretty smart, so I’m going with it.”

“The Power Center!” concurs Molly Yunker. “I love that venue!” Made possible by the donations of Gene and Sadye Power, along with their son, Phil, the Roche-Dinkeloo-designed auditorium was completed in 1971.

Sonia Zawacki, who’d just attended a Summer Festival performance by the Capitol Steps, writes that she “got a good look at the…interesting windows” shown in the photo. Joe O’Neal knew them well: “I not only recognize the location,” he writes, “my company, O’Neal Construction, built the Power Center for the Performing Arts 40 years ago…

“At that time only one company on the planet plated curved glass…by day, as the theater sleeps, it reflects the world around it and by night, as the theater awakens, the audience can be seen on the lobby’s ‘stage’ from the world outside.”

Forty-one people correctly identified the Power Center from the photo at left. Kris Fazzari is our random drawing winner. Where to take her $25 gift certificate, she writes, was “a tough decision,” but she settled on the Common Grill.

To enter this month’s contest, use the clue and photo on the “Back Page” of the August Observer to find the spot shown, then follow the instructions at the bottom of the page.