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The Lost City of Heracleion

Once a bustling metropolis, this long-lost Egyptian city flooded, sank, and was forgotten — until archeologists rediscovered it.

When people think of archeology, they typically think of people laboring in the hot sun, or maybe underground. 474 more words


Architecture inspired by nature . . . and UFOs!

An exhibition of truly amazing architectural designs recently opened at the SDSU Downtown Gallery.

Radiant Architecture: The Visionary Work of Eugene Ray showcases the futuristic architectural concepts of an emeritus professor from San Diego State University, who taught Environmental Design from 1969 to 1996. 289 more words

The Farmhouse in 2019—3

August 18, 2019

Could I see anything new in my fourth visit to my friend’s Pennsylvania farmhouse? I won’t say this was a worry, but it was a wonder. 30 more words


near woodbine and chicago

Near Woodbine and Chicago in Oak Park are these two bright houses. Atypical colors for the area, which is a nice change of pace.

But then, wait for it… some giant sunflowers. 16 more words


Overdue Ode

When I was twenty-two, I bought a house.  My dad chuckled at the elderly gentleman next door as he watched us move me in.  Daddy said he was trying to decide what kind of trouble I was going to bring to his peaceful neighborhood. 548 more words

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