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Category Archives: Locations

Making Friends with the Neighbors

One should always have a Frank Lloyd Wright next door, don’t you think? The opportunity to shoot the Marden House last month came courtesy of the National Building Museum. The evening’s host, AOL co-founder Jim Kimsey, opened up both of his houses for the museum’s release of Taliesin Diary: A Year With Frank Lloyd Wright. […]

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Old St. Raymond’s

On St. Patrick’s Day, as thousands gathered to watch the parade and multitudes of others bellied up at for breakfast at bars across the city, we headed to another meeting place for Irish New Yorkers: St. Raymond’s Cemetery in the Bronx. There are two St. Raymond’s – Old and New; they’re located about a mile […]

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California Funshop

Professional development opportunities, in my experience, don’t usually involve beach house sleepovers, and usually the drink of choice is coffee. (Coffee. Nectar of the gods. Fog-lifter. Happy-maker.) And I don’t normally find out about workshops through my guilty pleasure (I, too, devour Mormon lifestyle blogs. Usually while drinking my godly nectar). But I’d seen Blue […]

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