Monthly Archives: January 2019

Persian Tent

  The Cleveland Museum of Art was fortunate enough to purchase large sections of a Persian Tent! I took these pictures a couple of years ago, when it was on display.  They hung the the portions up like a tent, … Continue reading

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Andy Murray’s Retirement

I haven’t posted about tennis in a long time, mainly because I realized I had nothing of interest to say.  But today, I was saddened to hear that Andy Murray is retiring this year (possibly at the end of the … Continue reading

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Trip to the Endocrinologist

I went back to the endocrinologist today.  My thyroglobulin level is still undetectable, and she doesn’t feel anything in my neck.  (Neither does my primary care doctor.)  And yet, she still wants to do an ultrasound.  She wants to do … Continue reading

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Zadock the Priest by Handel

I heard this song for the first time in The Crown.  It is a coronation anthem, which will most likely be performed when Charles ascends to the throne. And yet, according to the Youtube comments, people associate this song with … Continue reading

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Poe’s Journey in The Last Jedi Part 1: How Many Dreadnoughts?

It took [George Washington] more than a year to gain control over his own aggressive instincts, which nearly proved a fatal liability in the New York campaign.  Eventually he realized that a defensive strategy, called a war of posts, was … Continue reading

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Heritage by Wadsworth Jarrell

This is a recent acquisition of the Cleveland Museum of Art.  The artist is a local artist, and I believe he is still alive as of January 5 2019.  I don’t think it is currently on display as of this … Continue reading

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