If you’re going to Promontory Point this weekend you might hear the elegant sounds of a Japanese flute reverberating inside the tunnel entrance that will remind you of something long forgotten. Jia Senghe, plays a Japanese flute called the shakuhachi … Continue reading
At the Peace School, teachers tell their students that each one of them has the power to help build a more peaceful world. The first step, they say, is to learn how to breathe. At a peace conference held last … Continue reading
Valois cafeteria has the best windows in Hyde Park for looking out on the world. And they don’t mind if you linger a bit after you’ve eaten, so when you want to go somewhere and daydream while sipping coffee, or … Continue reading
Where are these guys when I’m catching the train? Ronald Christian and Greg.
I was in Barnes and Nobles on State Street a few days ago drinking coffee and scrolling through the images in my camera when the guy sitting in the chair across from me asked if it was the new Olympus … Continue reading