Monthly Archives: December 2010

Beauty in Odd Places

This weekend I found beauty in an exploding apple and a walking artichoke petal. Allow me to explain:  This weekend, I went to the MIT Museum for the first time and was pleasantly surprised to find the marriage of science … Continue reading

Posted in Art | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Jack Black in Colonial Garb

Does this 1768 portrait of Paul Revere (painted by John Singleton Copley) not look just like Jack Black?               I mean, really–the resemblance is kind of eerie.

Posted in Art, History | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Stranglings, Salvation, and Syrup Tsunamis… All in a Day’s Walk.

Last weekend I went on a tour of Boston led by Kevin Ford, chaplain for the MIT Graduate Christian Fellowship.  I learned a lot of interesting trivia about the city and even saw some new sights.  Here are a few … Continue reading

Posted in History | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment