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“According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces.   Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves.” …and when one of them meets the other half, the actual half of […]

Why: Reading is a Modern Superpower…

trenchant rapture

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2nd Place winner in the Chapeau Contest at the Radnor Hunt Races!


Wish I could

Because the Night

Because the Night.

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Dec 19, 2013 Philly Style Holiday Cover Party with Beth Behrs

Being a night person you sometimes are drawn to those who shine.  Night time, night life usually that’s when the Red Carpet is out; the 7 second moment to grab the spot light. How do you grab it?  Lisa Moreno show how to do it.

To view images from this event please go to this link.

Change my ways

Gary Vaynerchuk


Still up is there anyone out there?

Time zoning out typically 4:00am in the morning is the norm for my work activities.

Cell phone images of 2013

A few images from cell phone viewed in 46 seconds.

Dec 14, 2013 FUEL the CURE 2013

Arthur Tress


What a time this was for some I was just a kid then… it was kind of scary for inner city living and traveling down South to visit relatives in Savannah, Georgia.

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In the summer of 1964, Arthur Tress, a world traveler at all of 23 years old, took a bus from Mexico to San Francisco to visit his sister Madeleine. Tress’ journey had taken him from Paris to Egypt, where the young photographer shot images of a country evolving under former President Gamal Nasser. “I began thinking of it intellectually as a visual anthropology,” Tress told TIME, “to try and hint at the different layers of culture that were existing simultaneously.”

Tress took this same approach with him to San Francisco, trying to create a collection of images that would reflect the old and new aspects of the city. “I was thinking as a kind of amalgam, all these little bits and pieces, almost as if you’re making a collage—a symphony of the city,” he says.

The summer of 1964, it turned out, was a fascinating time in San Francisco. The…

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