Monthly Archives: January 2011

New York, New York

The Architectural League of New York recently featured artist/photographer/printmaker Michael Neff’s captivating ongoing project “The Night Shadow” on their website. Brooklyn-based Neff outlines the contours of shadows with chalk and then photographs the resulting drawings. “I chose chalk for this … Continue reading

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Hello Dali

If you’ve ever spent any time in St. Petersberg, Florida, you know that it’s a perfectly appropriate location for the spectacular new Salvador Dali Museum. The amazing new waterfront attraction, which opened on 1-11-11 at 11:11 am, features a geodesic-like … Continue reading

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Meandering Miscellany


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Celebrity Street Art

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No Such Thing As Too Many Books

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Why Is It Still Standing ?

The Eiffel Tower was intended to stand for only 20 years past its 1889 debut–in fact, the original contest rules for the design stipulated that the tower must be easily demolished. Experts at the time predicted it would come crashing … Continue reading

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It’s Up to you…

Budget Travel Magazine is running a contest to find the 10 Coolest Small towns in America. The beloved home of Travel Between The Pages, Newtown PA, is already in the top ten — keep the momentum going by voting early … Continue reading

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Vintage NYC


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Sign(s) of the Times

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A Thirst For Knowledge ?

Books and bars may not seem to be a natural combo, but it’s the latest trend in über-hip LA.

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