Review: Taliesin Preservation

Words and photography by Kat Skull View The Profile > > The weekend following the Fourth of July celebrations my friend and I traveled all the way to south-western Wisconsin to a little … [Read more...]

Review: Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

View The Profile > > I wish that American courtrooms still looked like the one on the third floor of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. Elegant design and artistic craftsmanship like that … [Read more...]

Review: Olympic Sculpture Park – Seattle, WA

Words and photography by Peter Secan View The Profile > > Outdoor art offers an interesting and often confrontational dichotomy between the fragility of fine art and the durability of … [Read more...]

Review: Perot Museum of Nature and Science

View The Profile > > You can't miss it. The large cubic building on the north side of the Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Dallas' historic West End Neighborhood appears to float atop a large … [Read more...]

Review: Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture

View The Profile > > Does Dallas, TX have enough history to fill a museum? Think about it for just a moment. An American president lost his life here; two of America's most notorious outlaws … [Read more...]

Review: The Sixth Floor Museum At Dealy Plaza

View The Profile > > I am not a conspiracy theorist, so I'll suggest to you, what to many is, a somewhat odd theory about John F. Kennedy's assassination: Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone, … [Read more...]

Review: World Figure Skating Museum & Hall of Fame

View The Profile > > Memorial Fund Walk through the entrance of the World Figure Skating Museum & Hall of Fame and you will see, behind you and next to the door, a plaque dedicated to the … [Read more...]

Review: American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum

View The Profile > > While traveling through Amarillo, TX it is nearly impossible to not notice the numerous travel-related establishments that line both sides of I-40. We know them well: the … [Read more...]

Review: National Museum Of Crime And Punishment

By Sally Stacey View The Profile > > Visitors to Washington D.C. usually flock to the obvious attractions of the White House, Capitol Hill and the Smithsonian Museum but if you are … [Read more...]

Review: Metropolitan Museum Of Art Rooftop Garden Also Considered A Piece Of Art

By Vida Denning View The Profile > > Gardens are places of peace and tranquillity and the roof garden perched on top of the finest art museum in the world is certainly earns the name of … [Read more...]