Acadia Natural Wonders (September-October 2016)
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I remember coming to Acadia National Park in Maine as a child with my family, full of wonder, and getting a nature guide book from their gift shop. Inside the book, I inserted a maple leaf I found on one … Read More

A Grand Old Time In Stockholm, Sweden (July 2016)
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This was my second time in Stockholm, Sweden, in over a decade, and I saw a different side of the city in the summertime. Previously, I experienced a Stockholm that was covered in a blanket of snow, but was equally … Read More

Prague’s Architectural Wonderland (July 2016)
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Prague, in the Czech Republic, is like a portfolio of architectural styles and structures. Together, the city is greater than the sum of its parts. Each building design brought a different flavor to the city, giving tourists a unique experience. … Read More

Do Justice On Art – Reflections While On Jury Duty (February 2016)
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Free Will. Do Justice On Art I once had an art appreciator and colleague ask me something out of the ordinary along the lines of: “Are you worried or have you ever thought what someone might do to your art … Read More

Initiation Into The Jury System (February 2016)
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Initiation Into The Jury System – My Civic Obligation A juror’s process of initiation begins with surrendering to the legal system and exercising its standard of reasonable certainty. During my civic obligation of jury duty on Friday, I was equipped with … Read More

Lisbon-Sintra: Timeless Exuberance in Detail (October 2015)
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Lisbon, shaken and bandaged by the 1755 earthquake, emerges with a new face, more beautiful with age. As Portugal’s capital, we found this old-world city standing tall from the toll. The Carmo Convent is the perfect testament to this with … Read More

Maui Cliff-hangers Await the Wanderlust (June 2015)
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‘Aloha’ they say. Whether one is searching for an oasis of calm or an adrenaline rush, Hawaii’s Maui offers a plethora of both. From the drive through majestic, luscious valleys of little-known Kahekili Highway – a one-lane strip at the northwest … Read More

Toronto’s Transformation (March 2015)
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We rediscovered a new disheveled Toronto in the wintry spring, while sprinting from Downtown to Uptown and back. Modernism intersected old-world charm evident in the sites we visited. Sprinting between University Avenue, Dundas Square and Spadina Avenue gave us a … Read More

Old with New in Denver Colorado (December 2014)
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Denver reminded me a lot of Toronto, clashing the old with the new construction.

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