Monthly Archives: August 2010

PlayhouseSquare: Theater in Cleveland

Theater (along with the other arts) has always been a respected part of my family. We’ve always attended plays and musicals, from performances at church to high school musicals to summer stock theater to traveling Broadway performances and shows actually … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Musee Rodin

My time in Paris was spent lovingly admiring art. One of my afternoons there was spent entirely in bliss at the Musée Rodin, which houses thousands of sculptures by Auguste Rodin and his mistress Camille Claudin. His most famous works, … Continue reading

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The Top 5: Free (or reduced) New York City

I spent the summer of 2008 in New York City, interning in Midtown and living in Brooklyn Heights. Since I was barely getting paid and trying to save as much money for my year abroad as possible, free or reduced-priced … Continue reading

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Nürnberg photos

In the spring of 2009, my parents and I traveled from Munich up to Nuremberg (Nürnberg in German). You probably recognize this city from the Nazi war crimes trials that happened here after WWII. If not that, you’ve probably heard … Continue reading

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Wednesday Photo: Chichen Itza

This is the Kukulcán Pyramid, also known as El Castillo, at the largest of the archaeological cities of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Just days after graduating high school, my family headed to Cancún for … Continue reading

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Blog updates

Hello readers! Today you’ll notice a change on my blog. I’ve updated my theme so I could have a couple more features, like the drop-down menus you’ll notice when you wave your cursor over the “Planning your trip” and “Photos” … Continue reading

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