Storehouses or exhibitions? That is a question I occasionally ponder when working my way through museums.


While some things are easy to procrastinate or even forget, certain moments bring us face-to-face with people or causes we value and in those moments, we wince at the consequences of our delay.


“We sell memories.” That was the proud advertisement on display outside an antique store. . .


Some creative soul dared to combine Granny Smith apples, caramelized onions, and brie cheese atop a thick beef burger.


A few years ago, an opportunity allowed me to spend a couple of weeks in the country of Bolivia. ..


Creatures of habit, some would call us. We have our various routines that start our day . . .


A father and his young daughter entered the shopping area, both anticipating good times about to be had. . . .


It happened once last week while I was scouring local greenhouses, looking for a particular heirloom tomato plant. I am a huge fan of a variety known as . . .

Further Reading

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