A Virginian married to a New Orleanian, working at a museum in Brooklyn. I brake for transit history and old churches.

I love the eerie quality of the new @publicartfund “We the People” exhibit. Finding all these replica Statue of Liberty sections makes me feel like I’m in Planet of the Apes.  (at City Hall Park Manhattan NYC)
Went in a church field@trip@today, found this window of Pope Paul VI blessing #NYC landmarks. It’s such awesome #catholic #kitsch I can’t handle it.  (at St Philomena’s Church)
My lunchtime field trip yesterday. I love how I can always bond with museum gift shop staff over software systems.  (at Brooklyn Historical Society)
Currently my favorite 1907 ironwork.  (at Brooklyn Borough Hall)
Third waterfall of the summer.  (at South Mountain Reservation)


This is a real panda
China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos

Ahh I can’t even. Must be a short flight.

(via lostbutcontent)

"Populism, populism, yeah, yeah." Definitely had more than $5 of fun at this free production of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.  (at Old Stone House of Brooklyn)
"I’m gonna get some eucalyptus candles because they make my apartment smell moss-ay."  (at South Mountain Reservation)
Who’s up for a chorus of Tom Lehrer’s “Poisoning Pigeons in the  Park”? #jk (at Union Square Park North Pavilion)
Can’t resist ogling a #farmersmarket, or laughing at the irony of my bringing farm produce back to NJ where it originated.  (at Union Square Farmer’s Market)