Just about everyone who visits New York dreams of seeing Times Square, all its neon lights and the energy of the crowds.  Not me.  I find it to be everything plastic and processed in America packaged up and served on a blinking platter.  But since I was staying on the cusp of Times Square and […]

The Inside Out Project invites New Yorkers and visitors to take “selfies” in a photo booth in Times Square, on the site of the world’s first ever photo booth nearly 100 years ago.  The portraits are then pasted on a special backdrop designed by French artist JR and assembled in Times Square.  The goal of […]

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It’s been fun watching the cardinals pair up for spring.  It looks like the male brings the female bits of food some of the time. I  just hope to be able to find nests of eggs to (carefully) photograph soon! On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways:  The Winery SF One Thing, […]

I’m  not sure what these are, but they the look like a kale plant ran into a cauliflower.  There were a ton of them off to the side at the Kauffman Memorial Garden waiting to be planted when I visited last. On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways:  Wine Barrels One Thing, […]