Bright. unspoilt images of artistic expression in a murky, less-than-pristine world
Why This Is Awesome: Art comes in many forms. Some are iconoclastic and revolutionary, while others are traditional and sanctified. Architecture is one of those forms that can be all of the above and still be beloved by all.
Behold! This is just one of the few […]
Why This Is Awesome: About five years ago, I shared a few photos of a makeshift garden of artistic horrors that lived behind a local tattoo parlor in my hometown of Indianapolis. One of the things I loved most about that space was how it […]
Why This Is Awesome: While on vacation during the final week of August, I took a moment to travel across the river for the history buff’s idea of fun: a walking tour. My tour of choice focused on the infamous Greenwich Village hosted by Free […]
Why This Is Awesome: Five years ago this August, I visited Canada for the first, but I hope not the last, time. I’ve since shared with others my advice and opinions on our neighbor to the north — as far Toronto, that is, and I […]
Why This Is Awesome: As you might recall, I mentioned in a previous post how this year marks the 100th anniversary of the formation of The Algonquin Round Table in New York. Well, I never thought I could afford to eat at the famed hotel […]
Why This Is Awesome: Last month was so hectic that I may be spending the month of June trying to course-correct from the May madness. But I assure you, despite my full calendar, I made sure to work in a quick visit or three to gallery […]
Why This Is Awesome: Last year, I made what I’m sure will not be my only visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. Since then, I’ve been meaning to share photos and commentary on that day inside a building […]
Why This Is Awesome: Today, millions around the world are mourning in unison. Sharing photos, stories, and tears. Commingling together the way humans do when they experience a loss. We get personal. We get poignant. We grieve.
I, too, have walked the halls of the Cathédrale […]