The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, according to its website, "predates the invention of the light bulb, the automobile, and the zipper; the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Washington Monument; and manned air flights and the establishment of the World Series...The dog show has survived pow ... More >>
Baltimore kitchen, Saturday morning
This video recently released by the National Park Service shows what it was like inside the Washington Monument during the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Virginia, sending vibrations up the Northeast coast, last month. It is unexpectedly scary!
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Web designer/artist mashes up art, activism, and the occasional well-placed turd
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A pair of vets
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On the eve of Saturday's demonstration, Sheehan again challenges Bush for a meeting
Andy Warhol, presented with Spielbergian intensity
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Hey, big spender, the Heritage Foundation is no longer happy with you
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