New Photoset: New York City Just uploaded the final pictures from New York. Check them out!
I was recently part of a team tasked with marketing a huge professional development / networking event. The event wasn’t attended well and was probably our worst rated event, based on survey responses. We (thought) we did everything right. Great speakers. A great venue. We tied in a networking session followed by the actual presentation. […]
Over the past few months I’ve been wallowing in my sorrows. Not sure where it comes from or how it started. I’ve been feeling this huge sense of latency and beguilement, hoping to find some answers from within or maybe even look for a sign. It’s interesting to me how intspiration can come from the […]
This amazing coffee shop/restaurant, nestled in Nashville’s West End, offers a fresh and tasty menu often overlooked in the south, and breaks away from the traditional southern fare. I opted for something hearty, given the weather was a bit on the chilly side. fido’s Local Burger, made from Tennessee beef and local sausage, with Swiss […]
I was lucky enough to visit Scottsdale’s #1 tourist attraction, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. Wright began building his Scottsdale-based winter home in 1937. He, his wife and architecture students lived there on and off for many years. Taliesin is located in northeast Scottsdale, on the beautiful Sonoran desert in the foothills of the McDowellMountains, […]
Today’s political landscape tends to ignite so much emotion and confrontation that I avoid speaking about it at all cost. This does not insinuate that I don’t care about the nation, or that I’m not educated on the issues. I just try to be the better person and agree to disagree. In my mind, talking […]
I took a very quick trip to Philadelphia the last week in August and the weather was amazing. I only had half a day but wanted to get some photos. Enjoy.
4.0 out of 5 http://www.kanelacafe.com/ Two posts this week. With organic and local ingredients, combined with tasty Julius Meinl coffee, this place rates as one of the best for breakfast. Atmosphere is upscale casual, with simple lines and a comfortable space. The noise level does tend to get a bit loud but you […]
The Art Institute of Chicago has one of the largest impressionist galleries in the world. It also currently plays host to the largest exhibit of Roy Lichtenstein pieces of all time. Unfortunately, since some of the most famous pieces are borrowed from private collections, photos were not permitted. I took what I could. The museum […]
Overall 3.5 out of 5. http://www.frankieschicago.com/ I frequent Frankie’s Fifth Floor mainly because my office is in the same building. This Lettuce Entertain You Italian locale offers a nice variety of quick, affordable lunches to a wide audience of locals, tourists and business consumers. They also offer a decent selection of full entrees, including pasta, […]