CoronaDiversion #10—The Wright Stuff

CoronaDiversion #10—The Wright Stuff

Many years ago, my family and I visited Chicago during a beastly hot summer. We’d had our hearts set on taking a walking tour of Oak Park, to visit a variety of homes and other buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. But we quickly realized we’d be...
CoronaDiversion #9—Americans

CoronaDiversion #9—Americans

I wanted to start this post with a snappy headline, something funny or punny about being an American. But the more I tortured words, the more I realized that anything I had to say would be inappropriate, to describe the Americans exhibit at the National Museum of the...
CoronaDiversion #8—When In Rome…

CoronaDiversion #8—When In Rome…

Have you been freaked out by all those photographs of major world sites, with no people in the picture? You know, Times Square, empty. The Eiffel Tower, abandoned. The Roman Colosseum, isolated. It was pictures of the Colosseum that reminded me of today’s Corona...
CoronaDiversion #6—Visiting El Greco!

CoronaDiversion #6—Visiting El Greco!

Here is Klaskyville, we spent Sunday morning reading the newspaper, cover to cover. This past Sunday’s Washington Post had a lovely article about El Greco, which sparked a conversation about exactly when did El Greco live, and why his art looked so modern and...