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It’s a regular Tool De Force

  It looks like odd tools in my collection, and it is. Tool De Force is a 12 1/2-foot sculpture at the National Building Museum representing some of the tools used in the industry. It was donated to NBM by … Continue reading

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There are no boundaries to art

Sponge Bob is better known than a plumbob, but at the National Building Museum you’ll see the latter. Bordering the museum on 4th, 5th, F and G Sts. NW, the Boundary Markers are 10-feet tall with a brick base and … Continue reading

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8th graders just wanna have fun

In just five weeks, Washington will be invaded by 13-year-olds. Thousands and thousands of eighth graders arriving in endless bus loads. The horror. Oh well, take economic stimulus where you can find it because the kids are a major money … Continue reading

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