Ford’s Theater and the Petersen...

5th Jan, 2015

  I should be perfectly honest here: I didn’t intend to go to visit the home where Lincoln died. I had heard that there was a good hole-in-the-wall breakfast place…

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The Rathaus Galerie Kunsthalle, Munich

15th Apr, 2014

I’ve been to Munich so many times that I’ve started to take the city for granted. I’ve somehow convinced myself that I’ve seen all there is to see in the…

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Glyptothek Sculpture Museum, Munich,...

14th Apr, 2014

– Hi. Remember me? I know, I know. It’s been a while. Given how regularly I blog, I’ve been weirdly absent for the last few weeks. I’m sorry. It probably…

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Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin

25th Mar, 2014

If this posts seems anachronistic, there’s good reason: it is. Rand and I are on the road for a while, so I’ve been scouring my Flickr stream  and the Drafts folder…

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The Cabazon Dinosaurs And Young Earth...

19th Feb, 2014

Remember how I said, like, just last week that even though I wasn’t a religious person, I could easily get behind the beliefs of those who are religious? Let’s keep…

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Rocky Steps, The Philadelphia Museum of...

3rd Dec, 2013

If you happen to have the chance to visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art (which is wonderful), here is a bit of advice: run up the steps to the museum.…

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The Rodin Museum, Philadelphia

26th Nov, 2013

– If there was anything I could tell my younger self (besides to maybe consider getting an MRI on your head sometime before the age of 30), it would be…

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The Mutter Museum, Philadelphia

13th Nov, 2013

– I have a persistent and haunting memory from my childhood. I must have been 8 or 9 years old, and I was at the county fair in Florida. County…

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Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

21st Oct, 2013

I’m starting to realize I visit a lot of old prisons. Well, maybe not a lot, but certainly more than the average person. Enough to where I can roam around…

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