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I, for one, would like to ditch bulkly guidebooks with all those chapters on places I’m not going to, but the time is not now. I can see buying the overseas mapping service for my GPS and downloading a chapter …Read More

Archaeology among us. A wonderful idea for a book. Southern New Mexico is the site of some of America’s most spectacular ruins. Photographer Arthur Drooker traveled America for two years taking pictures of places like the Quarai Mission, which was …Read More

Now you, too, can look like a camel. I have long eyelashes. People have commented on them since I was a child. Every now and then people will actually stop me on the street and mention them. Or at least …Read More

Singapore Airlines tries to kill it. The A380 may have the world’s first airborne double bed, but it won’t be put to the obvious use if Singapore Airlines has its way: “If couples used our double beds to engage in …Read More

This is the funnest thing I’ve seen on the Internet in quite some time. NYC has a new taxi logo that’s absolutely hideous. It’s here on the right: NYC is block letters, followed by a circular T in a different …Read More

Genius website? Or big disappointment? http://www.speedtrap.org/speedtraps/stetlist.asp.

I drove back or forth from New York to Cape Cod four times in the last eight days dropping off our girlies for Camp Grandma. Right over the Bourne Bridge are two huge roundabouts and the traffic often backs up …Read More

To Raise a Village. A bit of boastin’ here. Check out this extraordinary slide show on Time.com about the Mural Arts Program of Philly. My sister represents them and it’s a wonderful community program, proven to unite neighborhoods behind works …Read More

Now’s the time to plan that birthday party on Tybee Island, once lovingly known by residents as Seedy Savannah Beach, my home away from home since I was a child and the name of one of my twins. Forget the …Read More