Monthly Archives: August 2014

Does Someone Lie in this Macedonian Tomb?

The Guardian’s article on an imminent entry into a giant Macedonian tomb coincides both geographically and chronologically to the rule of Alexander the Great.   The Greek government announced yesterday that the frescoes and sphinx excavated in front of the … Continue reading

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A DC Streetcar Plying the SF Embarcadero

Had I been living in my house 60 years ago, I might have seen this streetcar rumbling a few meters from the house.   Now it operates in San Francisco among a fleet of vintage streetcars from various US cities.   … Continue reading

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