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Re: October 12, 2016: Randy's Donuts

DrFumblefinger ·
Yummmmm. Randy's donuts are great!
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Re: Intriguing Laumeier Sculpture Park, Saint Louis, Missouri

DrFumblefinger ·
I bet the dogs had more fun than you did!
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Re: Intriguing Laumeier Sculpture Park, Saint Louis, Missouri

Samantha ·
Ha-ha, they did have a good time Thanks for the comment.
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Re: Westminster Abbey's "attic" to open to public

DrFumblefinger ·
Sounds like one of the greatest attractions in England is just going to get better! Quite exciting news, really!
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Apr. 29, 2015: L'Écoute at Les Halles

DrFumblefinger ·
I can easily see you sitting on top of that "rock", PHeymont.
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Apr. 29, 2015: L'Écoute at Les Halles

PortMoresby ·
Is that one of those repurposed shipping container housing projects in the background of the bottom picture? Or what, I wonder.
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Re: Fort William Henry: A journey to the 18th century

GarryRF ·
Oh what a tangled web we British weave. Interesting read of a little known piece of History. Thanks Jonathan !
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Re: Fort William Henry: A journey to the 18th century

George G. ·
Crazy looking hats with the fuzz ball on top.
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Mar. 29, 2015: J. S. Bach's Tomb

Paul Heymont ·
This week marks Johann Sebastian Bach's 330th birthday on March 21 or 31, 1685. The difference is due to the change, during his lifetime, from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar. Above, his vault in the floor of the Thomaskirche, Leipzig Germany....
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Apr. 29, 2015: L'Écoute at Les Halles

Paul Heymont ·
  Listening ( L'Écoute ) by Henry Miller (the French sculptor, not the American author) was commissioned in 1986 for a plaza in the area once occupied by the central markets—Les Halles. It's directly in front of the Saint-Eustache...
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Exploring New Roads

Jonathan L ·
Travel leads us in new directions. In this instance, the art he's looked at in his travels has led Jonathan L to new directions in writing.
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Ashland, Virginia: "Center of the Universe"

Stephanie Kalina-Metzger ·
Stephanie shares a visit to the charming community of Ashland, known by some as the "Center of the Universe".
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Finding Reiner #5: Behind the Veil of Time

HistoryDigger ·
Reiner’s grave in Poland used to be unmarked, but I’ve made three trips to this beautiful country to fix that one error of war. My upcoming posts will highlight the progression of my research here to learn Reiner’s fate.   In...
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October 12, 2016: Randy's Donuts

Samantha ·
Samantha takes us to a landmark near Los Angeles International; it's a memorable giant donut atop an ordinary donut shop.
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Centre Georges Pompidou Museum - Paris, France

Samantha ·
Featuring art of the 20th and 21st centuries, the Centre Pompidou is one of the biggest in Paris. Samantha shows us what's inside the unusual building.
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Hackers lock out hotel guests, extort hotel

Paul Heymont ·
An Austrian luxury hotel pays a Bitcoin ransom when hackers take over its electronic key and registration systems.
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Fort William Henry: A journey to the 18th century

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes us back to the French and Indian War on a visit to Lake George
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Berlin's Wonderful Smaller Museums

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of Berlin's vibrant art scene.
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Re: Centre Georges Pompidou Museum - Paris, France

Marilyn Jones ·
It's not easy to photograph art or galleries...your photos are fantastic!!
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Re: Mercer Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

HistoryDigger ·
Wow. Fascinating. Must put that on my to-visit list. You could spend days in there. Thanks for posting
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Re: Mercer Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

TravelingCanuck ·
Its like going into Bizzaro world. What a cool place. Thanks for showing it.
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Mercer Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Paul Heymont ·
One of the most unusual museums anywhere, created by one of the most unusual men, the Mercer traces the tools and skills that support human life.
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Haitian Monument, Savannah, Georgia

Travel Rob ·
Travel Rob shares some of the history behind the Haitian Monument in Savannah, Georgia
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John Henry Graham Memorial Park, White Springs, Florida

Travel Rob ·
Travel Rob finds a small park with an unusual story in White Springs, Florida
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Henry Gourdine Park, Ossining, New York

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L visits the waterfront of Ossining, New York and finds a pleasant bit of parkland
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Vienna: My Top 7 Free Things

Samantha ·
Looking for some free things to do in Vienna, Austria? If so, Samantha shares her top 7 free things to see and do while in this beautiful city.
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Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, Paris, France

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L visits the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson for an exhibit of historical photographs
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Dinkelsbühl, Bavaria, Germany

George G. ·
George G shares a visit to Dinkelsbühl, a walled city located on Germany's Romantic Road. It was undamaged in the World Wars and is interesting to explore on foot.
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Intriguing Laumeier Sculpture Park, Saint Louis, Missouri

Samantha ·
Join Samantha on a visit to an outdoor art venue filled with unusual works.
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Malaysia Airlines starts over, drops jobs and maybe name

Paul Heymont ·
Malaysia Airlines, which last year mysteriously lost an airliner and had another shot down over Ukraine, has hired a new CEO to re-make the airline into a profitable regional carrier instead of a money-losing international airline. In the process, it...
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Westminster Abbey's "attic" to open to public

Paul Heymont ·
Westminster Abbey is gaining a new tower—its first in 300 years—and with it an elevator and stairs that will allow the Abbey, for the first time ever, to open the Triforium, an attic-like space overlooking the main aisle,
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