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Draw a circle. Which way did you go? Fascinating photos from 1942: Making the New York Times This month marks the 45th anniversary of Title IX. Although most people, if they are aware of it at all, think Title IX … Continue reading
June 8 will be Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday. To mark the occasion, the Marin County Civic Center – designed by Wright and a national and state designated historic landmark – will be having 3 docent led tours. Tours are … Continue reading
< previous There was an afternoon departure to our Aunt and Uncle’s house on the itinerary, but that left the morning for a bit more exploring in London. I’d read about the Type Archive – known as the Type Museum … Continue reading
< previous Up and out for a run. The graffiti said, “no smiling” and “no sarcasm”, well now that doesn’t leave me with much, does it? There were a few sprinkles, but as I’ve heard, it’s only water. I went … Continue reading
I’m not the only one who sees faces in inanimate objects. There’s a museum of face rocks in Japan. Printmaker Tom Killion is opening his studio in Inverness, CA for the Thanksgiving weekend, Friday, November 25 to Sunday, November 27 … Continue reading
how people can run hurdles!
People saying, “you should do triathlons!” I ride my bike. There’s two other things – that I don’t do – in a triathlon.