Category Archives: Architecture

A National Treasure

On Sunday, David and I drove to New Haven to see  Joey Fala’s  senior organ performance for his Master’s Degree. We had a delicious lunch at Tarry Inn on Park Street with extraordinary Italian cuisine and happy banter with  Joey, Kathy, … Continue reading

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The Best New Year’s Eve Ever !

Our children decided when they had their children, that each family should be at their own home for Christmas. This, I am sure, is in response to all those years we went to grandparents’ homes in Virginia and Maryland. Another … Continue reading

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The Price of Freedom

My brother is buried in the American Cemetery in Cambridge, UK.  As you watch the video notice the number of  brave heroes buried in each of these  cemeteries which are American property used as burial sites  now for our soldiers. … Continue reading

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“In Bruges” . . . . . . . . Film Review

Here I am on another Saturday morning reviewing one of my favorite old films from 2008.  There are several layers of story, setting  and actors which which come together to entertain in “In Bruges.” Collin Farrell and Brendon Geason star … Continue reading

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Denial. . . . . . A Film

This is a gas chamber in Auschwitz where gas tablets were dropped through the ceiling exterminating  up to 6,000 Jewish souls each day.  This was the largest work camp of the Third Reich  and located in Poland. The Germans built … Continue reading

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Ancient Stone Tablets

This is an image of the world’s oldest complete stone inscription of the Ten Commandments.  It is a national treasure in Israel.  The stone is  a foot square marble slab which weights 115 pounds and was an   Ancient Biblical Archaeology … Continue reading

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Group of U-Va. students, faculty ‘deeply offended’ by Thomas Jefferson being quoted at school he founded

  Growing up in Virginia and having a long family legacy of students attending Mr. Jefferson’s university, this  is more than startling.  Even during the late 60s and early 70s during that dark period of Vietnam and the invasion of … Continue reading

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