“That’s Gene Kelly singin’ in the rain or shine,” says Jeanne Paul about July’s I Spy feature. “A terrific sight!” exclaims Cindy Spencer. “I love this mural,” writes Carolyn Rose Stone, who snapped a photo of the artist–David Zinn–“putting final touches on the raindrops.” The mural, she says, “reflects a city with a sense of humor.” “If you stand far enough back,” explains Julia Wu, “it looks like [Gene Kelly is] swinging around the real life pole.”

“I bet you’ll get a record number of entrants for this one,” says David Frye. “Anyone who uses the downtown branch of the public library will recognize this,” writes Sara Kitzsteiner. It’s located “on the facade of the entrance to the Library Lot sinkhole,” quips Thomas E. Bletcher, referring to the Library Lane underground parking garage. “I was admiring [it] just last month,” writes Timothy Cheek, who saw it while waiting for the airport bus at the Blake Transit Center. “It’s a nice tribute, as Gene Kelly taught an incredible master class for students in the U-M Musical Theater department.” “May he dance so joyously forever,” writes Dean McLaughlin.

Our winner is new subscriber Sandy Mamo. Her name was drawn at random from among 55 entries, and she’s taking her prize to Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase.

To enter this month’s contest, identify the photo on the Back Page of the August issue and send your answer to the address in the box at the bottom of the page.