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Small Stories: At Home in a Dollhouse at National Building Museum, through January 22, 2017

“The National Building Museum is the only U.S. venue for Small Stories: At Home in a Dollhouse, which features a stunning selection of 12 historical dollhouses spanning the past 300 years from the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood in London. 512 more words


Wear the Hat!

55 was a good year for me personally.  Two of my poems were published. I shared many, many good times with friends and family, often involving music, art and literature. 170 more words

24 Hours in Downtown Washington DC: What Not to Miss

In my humble opinion, there’s no other American city as impressive as Washington DC.  As the Nation’s capital, DC has no shortage of cultural events, historical highlights, and incredible museums to explore. 974 more words


As Museum Leaders, Do You Replace or Do You Rethink?

Few museums have enough money. Even big ones. Just look at this week’s headlines. The Metropolitan Tabled Its New Wing while it shaves $31 million from its deficit. 696 more words


This Time Last Year.....

This time last year I was in Spain! I went through all of my pictures and videos yesterday and the wanderlust set in. I haven’t been on any kind of trip since then, not even a little road trip or anything! 971 more words


Pyramids and whatnot

Part 5 of the Egypt report. Part 4 here.

Usually I write about the sights first and everything else after, if at all. Egypt really threw me for a loop! 978 more words


Bang Bang Pew

Like an energetic Golden Retriever, I need to be walked daily, almost without regard to weather, and I have a fondness for water that I fear makes me a questionable house guest-cum-nurse. 691 more words