Tag Archives: Architecture

     I admire architecture. Of all kinds. Old, new, classic traditions, as well as, buildings that ‘push the envelope’, however, in every generation there are the one (or two) ‘greats’ that might have pushed a bit too hard. They create buildings that seem designed for the superego and not the id. For publicity and […]

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     Yesterday I was acting tour guide for two of my nephews-in-law (is there such a thing?) who are visiting New Orleans, and us, for Jazz Fest.      Yes, they must do Bourbon, and The Bulldog, and the Quarter, and the Lafitte’s, but one should also see a ‘Big House’.     Think ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ […]

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     On our recent trip to Washington D.C. I was very fortunate to be able to visit, for the first time, George Washington’s Mount Vernon.      I love historic homes- especially ones that were so important to the lives, and hearts, of their occupants (I know the feeling).     It is beautiful– calm, organized, […]

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