I’m always trying to recreate at home the foods and drinks I’ve enjoyed in Germany. I’ve tackled spezi, Jägerschnitzel, Linzer cookies and Zimtsterne to name a few. But there are some things I can’t recreate. Some of the ingredients I can’t always get. Some of the condiments will just never be the same — and […]
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art, or perhaps you know it better as the building whose steps Rocky ran up?, is getting some work done! Recently the museum announced that it would be renovating and expanding the City of Brotherly Love’s premiere art museum. Famed architect Frank Gehry has been named in charge of the project
The local news started predicting a “dusting” of snow for Saturday towards the end of the past week. Leave it to my husband and I to have an anniversary in January. Mother Nature didn’t disappoint and the promised one to three inches of snow materialized. Luckily for us the weather wasn’t all too bad given
Let me start off by saying, I did not think the world was going to end at the end of 2012. But, I am fascinated by indigenous cultures and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia’s University City area is one of my favorites in the city. So, despite it being
I love museums. My husband loves old cars. So this weekend we ended up at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in South Philadelphia. The museum features a collection of over 60 rare and significant race cars. What’s more, once a month they actually run a few of the cars in the parking lot. So not
The main road that cuts through Valley Forge Park is one I travel very frequently. And I knew there was a monument just off to the one side but I’d never taken a close look. When I pulled into the parking lot during my recent trip to the park, I noticed the statue overlooking the