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Abandoned Hotels of the Catskills Borscht Belt

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

I had first read about the Catskills in an Art Spiegelman graphic novel. It was – perhaps satirically – depicted as a place of rest for the father in the story of Maus. The significance of the Catskills is not to be overlooked. Its history, its culture, and what it represents to our changing attitudes […]

Bucket of Blood Legacy Outlasts Route 66

Monday, August 18th, 2008

Although by the 1920s Route 66 was on its way, and the Bucket of Blood Saloon had the appearance of a respectable establishment, sidled up to a general store and across the way from an early gasoline station, the saloon still captivated travelers, who stopped in to see the bullet holes in the walls and […]

Guadalest – An Artist’s Vision

Saturday, July 26th, 2008

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Video describing Guadalest Spain

Spain calls out to many for its supreme beaches, fine cities and cuisine. Although the terrain in Spain is developing rapidly, many hidden jewels still remain unspoiled and hidden. Guadalest is one of them. Situated in the Marina Baja region in […]

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