Monthly Archives: March 2014

Washington, DC.

Going into the subway in Chicago is like walking down a flight of stairs into a hole in the ground. And then there is Washington, DC! I spent some time there (and in New York and Richmond, Va.) last week … Continue reading

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More interesting (to me) stuff

Saw a piece on the news last week about a college student in Italy who climbed up on a century’s old statue so that he could take a “selfie” picture. When he climbed up, he broke off the statue’s leg. … Continue reading

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Random Stuff

The March Issue of Vanity Fair is the annual Hollywood issue. Many Annie Leibovitz pictures, nicely done. Also included is a series of portraits by Chuck Close. Here are the instructions that he sent each of the subjects: Arrive alone … Continue reading

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Newspapers are dead!!!

Nothing like 12 hours in a car to discuss the world of newspapers! On Friday, my friend Dave Hoekstra, the best newspaper writer in Chicago lost his job at the Chicago Sun Times after 32 years at the paper. Shortly … Continue reading

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Kacey Musgraves

I photographed a great new country singer this week. Her name is Kacey Musgraves, and she was the opening act on a three act bill headlined by Lady Antebellum. Because of her Grammy win for Country Music song of the … Continue reading

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