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Restoration of the People’s House

School children in the newly restored rotunda at the Minnesota State House. I was at the Minnesota State Capitol, “The People’s House”, a few days ago. On any day when the government is in session, it rings with the sounds … Continue reading

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Modern: What’s In A Word

Modern Times Cafe, Minneapolis, MN   12/12/2013 Built in 1909, the Modern has had an interesting past. Most recently as a restaurant in an ethnic neighborhood. But before there was the Modern Times Cafe there had been: Meat Market Dry … Continue reading

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Atocha Train Station

Atocha Train Station, Madrid, Spain 08/2005 On March 11, 2004, bombs tore a commuter train to pieces at the Atocha train station. The multiple blasts occurred as the train pulled up next to platforms crowded with commuters, killing 191 people … Continue reading

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Green Lantern, Santiago de Compostela

Green Lantern and Arches, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2005 For hundreds of years, pilgrims have made their way along the Camino towards the Cathedral de Santiago: each soul on his/her unique journey. The physical and emotional effort that the traveler … Continue reading

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