Month: September 2017

Five Houstonians, Five Days in a Flood Zone — Longreads

A team of journalists from Houston, walking us through the events of August 25th through the 31st, need no editorial flourishes to drive home the fear, confusion, and destruction. via Five Houstonians, Five Days in a Flood Zone — Longreads

The Singing Bells Of Brussels — The Urge To Wander

  The carillon of Mont des Arts is a musical clock on the facade of a connecting walkway of the Palace of the Dynasty, a reception hall that was part of Brussels’ ambitious urban renewal project leading up to the 1958 World Expo. Juxtaposed, in striking contrast almost representative of the architectural melting pot that is Brussels, […] via The Singing Bells Of Brussels — … Read More The Singing Bells Of Brussels — The Urge To Wander

Paris: A Photo-Essay —

Thirty photographs from our flânerie through Paris. via Paris: A Photo-Essay —

Dogs Displaced By Harvey Brought To Local Shelters — CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A local effort was underway Monday evening to help some of the animals displaced by Harvey. 41 animals from Houston were relocated to the Tri-State Area. 20 shelter dogs arrived at the ASPCA adoption center on the Upper East Side, while the other 21 were brought to the Connecticut Humane Society… via Dogs Displaced By Harvey Brought To Local Shelters — … Read More Dogs Displaced By Harvey Brought To Local Shelters — CBS New York

Illustrating Streets of the World: The Art of Jeremy Graboyes — Discover

Meet J.S. Graboyes, an illustrator of streets and urban scenes. via Illustrating Streets of the World: The Art of Jeremy Graboyes — Discover

The Public Domain Review — Discover

Celebrate art in the public domain with a journal dedicated to guiding you through its depths – “like a small exhibition gallery at the entrance to an immense network of archives . . . an ever-growing cabinet of curiosities for the digital age.” via The Public Domain Review — Discover