Philly’s Most Iconic Buildings | Mapped

“From the Philadelphia Museum of Art to Independence Hall, these buildings are the heart and soul of this city.” “That’s why we’d argue that Philly has some of the most iconic buildings in the U.S., from Independence Hall (It was the birthplace of America, after all) to the always dazzling Philadelphia Museum of Art.” via philly.curbed.com: Philly’s …

The New New York Skyline

“Manhattan is in the midst of an unprecedented boom in tall buildings. Before 2004, Manhattan was home to 28 skyscrapers 700 feet and taller. Since then, an additional 13 have been built, 15 are under construction, and 19 are proposed—47 more in all. These additions are rapidly—and radically—changing the skyline.” National Geographic 2015 Check out …

Jeremy Scott Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show – Vogue

The complete Jeremy Scott Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear fashion show vogue.com: Jeremy Scott Spring 2020 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show – Vogue “This Scott outing was a delicious escapist treat. Scott admitted as much himself, speaking before the show: With this collection, he said, he was out to “have fun,” and with that agenda in mind, he concocted …

Seduced and Abandoned: Tourism and Climate Change in the Alps | Environment | The Guardian

“Rising temperatures have contributed to the decline of hundreds of ski resorts on Italian slopes”.   theguardian.com: Seduced and abandoned: tourism and climate change in the Alps | Environment | The Guardian “The Alps’ spectacular panoramas have changed, with white tongues of artificial snow now stretching through yellow meadows. Skiers queue to descend slopes that are …

The Traitors Among Us

“Donald Trump likes to call his opponents traitors — but if he’s looking for treasonous behavior, he should look within his own party.” rollingstone.com: The Traitors Among Us “because America is in the midst of a treason boom right now, and more than a few people in Trump’s immediate orbit — and Trump himself — …

“A Gay Vietnam Veteran”

Leonard Matlovich Tombstone “The headstone belonging to a gay Vietnam veteran still today remains a poignant reminder of the homophobia faced by the LGBTQ+ community on a daily basis. He arranged for his own burial at Congressional Cemetery, and designed his tombstone which reads: “A Gay Vietnam Veteran. When I was in the military, they …