Come along to the most amazing art museum you may ever see. If you think museums are dull and routine, you have a big surprise in store at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in the Berkshire town of North Adams, MA. It’s housed in a huge complex of buildings, the former headquarters of … Continue reading A Taste of MOCA
This week we take you to a former correctional facility has now corrected itself. Meet Michael Kroetch and other artists who have helped transform the site. <a href=""> Read More...
Episode 6 - August 11, 2018 Episode 6 found us going and glowing in Massachusetts. After doing a show at a summer camp in Bedford, we headed to Abington to help our friends at Barrett's Haunted Mansion put together some scenery for the upcoming haunt season. Then we made ourselves pretty spooky one night in … Continue reading Glowing Gozas – Episode 6
Taking you from Virginia to Pennsylvania. We began at the surprisingly weird and wonderful Virginia Musical Museum, then did two fabulous escape rooms in Richmond, where we also paid our respects to Edgar Allan Poe, ghost tour in Gettysburg, licked the chocolate in Hershey, and Lost River Caverns. <a href=""> Read More...
Feb. 9, 2016: Paris This morning, as I'm in the kitchen brewing my tea fairly early and Kimberly is still snatching some winks, Kim enters, readying for his day trip to Germany. As the rain is pouring rather steadily, I ask him if he's sticking to his announced plan to bike to the train station. … Continue reading Dennis and Kimberly’s Excellent and Epic European Adventure, Day 29
Feb. 7, 2016: Amsterdam to Paris So it's a very early start this morning as Joost drives us to the Amsterdam Central Station. Seeing the city in the pre-dawn light of Sunday morning, it feels positively apocalyptic in comparison to its beehive status we've seen before. We say goodbye, and then we're back to spending … Continue reading Dennis and Kimberly’s Excellent and Epic European Adventure, Day 27
Feb. 6, 2016: Amsterdam Another day of exploring Amsterdam, with its many canals... ... and bicycles... ... and windmills... ... and its idiosyncratic architecture. One type of "bicycle" we encounter is more of a customer-propelled bar on wheels. It has seats and pedals for about a dozen people and a bar in the center where … Continue reading Dennis and Kimberly’s Excellent and Epic European Adventure, Day 26
Feb. 2, 2016: Krakow and Auschwitz It's one of those things that you know isn't going to be a great deal of fun, but you feel that you have to do it anyway. Especially being this close. You have to go pay a visit to the former site of the infamous concentration camp known as … Continue reading Dennis and Kimberly’s Excellent and Epic European Adventure, Day 22
August 19, 2006: Edo Wonderland Up early, because we had a two-hour drive ahead of us. Another hot day, rather smoggy, and we stopped at a convenience store so I could obtain some sunscreen. I went into the store and inquired whether they had any, had it pointed out to me, and made the transaction
Aug. 17, 2006: Saitama Prefecture Today’s expedition was to some nearby historical sites our hosts took us to, knowing of my fascination with history. [I can’t believe I didn’t bring back a ton of photos. We were probably still having trouble with our camera.] The two families, minus 13-year-old daughter Ayaka, who is spending all