With the holidays coming up, many of you will be traveling over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house. Pet lovers may be taking their precious pups and furry felines on the road with them, perhaps for the first time. … Read More
Yesterday, we introduced you to our new series, Woof Trekking. We also shared with you all about how our grandparents inspired us to go on our very first Woof Trek. These travels have taught us so much about road tripping with our pets that we decided we … Read More
Last Saturday at this time, I was packing up to take another trip to the University of Arizona. 2016 was my fifth year attending the Tucson Festival of Books. This week, I will be blogging about the panels I attended this year and sharing photographs from the sessions. Today, I am giving you a first look.
Shakespeare’s First Folio! is touring the United States this year, celebrating 400 years of William Shakespeare. This educational odyssey is thanks to the Folger Shakespeare Library, which maintains the largest collection of First Folios (82, in case you were curious). To … Read More
On December 18, 1892, the unofficial soundtrack of Christmas premiered in St. Petersberg. I attended Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Suite every December when I was in elementary school, like many other Americans. According to philharmonia.co.uk, about forty percent of major US … Read More
Are you jaded? Everyone is jaded at one point or another. Aerosmith wrote a song about it. More on that below. Do you remember life before you were jaded? Do you remember standing at the foot of a towering tree, … Read More