Grand Simplicity: St. Paul Shrine

Having recently attended a wedding at Saint Paul Shrine (officially known as the Church of the Conversion of St. Paul), we were suitably impressed by its intimate, humble beauty. Although St. Paul Shrine is rather petite in size (as churches go), its interior details are stunning.   A little bit of its history: the Church,…

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“Love” at Tiffany’s

What a great way to disguise the not-so-attractive construction phase of a build-out. This Danny Roberts mural…

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Wari Beauty

A must see is the Cleveland Museum of Art’s recently opened Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes, a most impressive exhibition of Peru’s ancient Wari society.

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Michelangelo’s 500th Anniversary of the Sistine Ceiling

Five hundred years ago on October 31st, the completed Sistine Chapel ceiling was presented to Pope Julius II by Michelangelo after over 4 years of neck-breaking work by an artist who had never previously painted in the buon fresco technique. It is still one of the most amazing sights in the world. When Michelangelo was…

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