Was it a Riot, a Massacre, an Affair, or a Tragedy? I questioned. Considering today is International Labor Day, I have an important reflection when on a Chicago scavenger hunt to find a statue.Read More
How some things change and other things never change strikes me every time I return to the streets of my hometown.Read More
Walls do not separate space; they exist in space, and therefore separate nothingRead More
Properly called the America Windows, they are what everyone in Chicago has called the Chagall Windows for as long as I can remember, and I was born some years before they were installed in the Art Institute of Chicago in 1977. A tribute to a city and a nation from the great Russian-French-Jewish artist and […]Read More
Buildings are like books, the exterior is the Preface, the Prologue; it is where the excitement and the intrigue of a story begins, giving you a hint as to what lies ahead.
The interior is the body of the book, a place where you get introduced to some characters, the scenery, the plot, and maybe you solve a mystery behind its private doors. You might even find things you really don’t want to see.