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Traveling in the Time of Coronavirus

Not that anyone should be traveling during the coronavirus outbreak. We should all be staying home, staying safe, and flattening the curve. That’s what my wife and I have been doing for a few weeks now. We’ve done well with it, too. She (thankfully) works remotely, so is used to staying home. And I’m able […]

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Remembering D-Day +75 Years

It doesn’t seem that long ago that I was recalling my time on the beaches of Normandy. Five years, to be exact. And now, I’m looking back at D-Day +75 years.

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Photos From Notre Dame

This week, for obvious reasons, I’ve been thinking a lot about my time in Paris, most particularly the visits my father and I took to Notre Dame.

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The View From Atop One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the western hemisphere at 1,776 feet, and the sixth tallest in the world.

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Review: Harry Potter In New York City

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Harry Potter: A History of Magic; as if you needed another reason to go to New York City. That should’ve been enough for me, after all. I’m a big Harry Potter nerd. But it wasn’t. Thankfully my wife intervened. Now, before I get too far along, don’t worry, I’m […]

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The Ghosts Of Christmas 2018

I’m running a tad behind in my annual retrospective, as I’ve always tried to do it around Christmas time, but such is life, and, I suppose, it’s better late than never.

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