More Places to Shop in Munich, Germany

7th May, 2014

  As an American, it’s often weird going to Europe, because their consumer culture isn’t anywhere near what we have at home. There are shops, sure, but there isn’t the…

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The Old Milwaukee Brewery, Milwaukee,...

26th Mar, 2014

If my recent posts seem anachronistic, there’s good reason: they are. Rand and I are on the road for a while, so I’ve been scouring my Flickr stream  and the Drafts…

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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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Portland Streets That Inspired the Names...

11th Mar, 2014

I love Portland.   I think it’s because Portland doesn’t seem to care whether or not I love it. I find that sort of apathy-fueled confidence appealing, I think because…

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The Magic Gardens, Philadelphia

19th Nov, 2013

– The thing that I love about humanity, besides Thai food and the tendency to dress our young up as animals, is our commitment to the arts. That as a…

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Arc de Triomphe, Paris

16th Jul, 2013

I have something else to confess about Paris. You’re probably going to get mad at me.

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Township Tour, Cape Town, South Africa

16th Apr, 2013

– Rand and I have been talking a lot about entitlement lately. It’s something that comes up a lot for both us. I think we’re both incredibly scared of forgetting…

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Georgetown Cupcake and Eldo Cake House,...

5th Feb, 2013

(Note: I just got back from South Africa yesterday. My brain has absolutely ZERO idea what time it is. I contemplated blogging last night, but I was deliriously tired, and…

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Blue’s Egg, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

24th Jan, 2013

Before we dined there, we had trouble discerning what Blue’s Egg was. The menu was eclectic and high-brow, but the setting (in a small strip mall) suggested a casual diner.…

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