#tbt My Preservation Date // Abraham Lincoln was the Dreamiest U.S. President, Don’t You Think?

Years ago, while I was in graduate school, I wrote a blog about historic sites as potential places to go on dates. I always enjoy re-visiting the blog and re-reading my snark. So much so, that I thought I would share selections from it across this platform. From Spring 2011: Sure he was initially a [...]

#tbt My Preservation Date // WWJRD: What Would John Ruskin Do; A Critique on Cronocaos│Koolhaas

Years ago, while I was in graduate school, I wrote a blog about historic sites as potential places to go on dates. I always enjoy re-visiting the blog and re-reading my snark. So much so, that I thought I would share selections from it across this platform. From Summer 2012: Note from author: As a [...]

#tbt My Preservation Date // Old Stone House – Yay for a Georgetown Day!

Years ago, while I was in graduate school, I wrote a blog about historic sites as potential places to go on dates. I always enjoy re-visiting the blog and re-reading my snark. So much so, that I thought I would share selections from it across this platform. From Spring 2011: Unfortunately I have been out [...]

#tbt My Preservation Date // National Building Museum: Oh no, Palladio!

Years ago, while I was in graduate school, I wrote a blog about historic sites as potential places to go on dates. I always enjoy re-visiting the blog and re-reading my snark. So much so, that I thought I would share selections from it across this platform. From Spring 2011: To kick this blog off [...]

Paying it Forward

  While this blog focus is living the tall life in style, every once and a while I may address other facets of life. Lately I have put off the second weekly blog post in favor of planning a fundraiser for my favorite nonprofit, Preservation Maryland. As of recently, the federal funding for this and [...]