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2-6 April 2018

Tim had the first two weeks of April off for Spring Break, so we decided to take a couple short trips. The first week we spent in Manchester and Liverpool, England. 1,653 more words


Setting the highest standards for the Art Dinner at Laguna Gloria

Etherial location. Elegant crowd. Exquisite cuisine. Excellent art.

For the past five years, the Art Dinner at Laguna Gloria has benefited the Contemporary Austin. Hosts expertly employ the arboreal setting on the grounds of the  610 more words

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Tiles as Art

On any adventure it is important to have some way to measure your forward progress. One measure of our time spent in Valencia is our ability to communicate. 509 more words


SFMOMA Presents U.S. Exclusive Retrospective of Photographer Susan Meiselas

SAN FRANCISCO — From war and human rights to cultural identity and domestic violence, American photographer Susan Meiselas’s work covers a wide range of themes and countries. 683 more words


Sunday, April 22 is Earth Day

In the time it takes to order a cup of coffee, you can help scientists document life on Earth! The Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH) is calling all citizen scientists to pitch in by completing one “Note from Nature” on Earth Day. 134 more words


Christmas in Italy - The Galileo museum

In keeping with the tradition of adventure, Sarah and I went on a big trip for Christmas and New Years!

This year, we met up with Sarah’s family in Italy, traveling to Rome and Florence; not quite a perfect midpoint for everyone, but it was close enough. 663 more words


Exploring the Historic Village of Corbridge

About 18 miles west of Newcastle upon Tyne, lies the historic village of Corbridge – a true Northumberland gem. Having lived in Newcastle all my life, and having driven through Corbridge several times, I couldn’t believe I’d never taken the time to actually stop and explore this quaint village and its rich history. 692 more words

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