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The Maine Lobsterman along the waterfront

There are no lobsters in Washington aside the ones in restaurants. Plenty of crabs from nearby Maryland, but the seven-foot statue on Sixth and Water Sts. SW along the waterfront shows a Maine waterman “pegging” lobsters by tying their claws. … Continue reading

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On vacation: Walking the Brooklyn Bridge

One thing I love about traveling is seeing places I’ve long heard about and never expected to see. But in my annual bucket list of travels, I recently found myself walking across the Brooklyn Bridge on a warm fall afternoon. … Continue reading

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Eating big at Bobby Van’s steakhouse

The Tower of Seafood was on the table in minutes like the starting gun to a fine meal. And, we were off. My Redskins podcast partner Matt and I along with our wives eat at Bobby Van’s each season. A … Continue reading

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A new White House?

Dear Mr. President, I have a simple solution to the White House allegedly being “a dump.” You’re a real estate developer so glam it up. Make it great again. Go live at your hotel down the street for the next … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: MLK, Jr. Memorial before revision

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Wordless Wednesday: Georgetown hideaway

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Wordless Wednesday: Georgetown’s old charm

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Happy Fourth of July

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JFK bust just one example of Berks’ excellence

My favorite sculptor around town is Robert Berks, which saddens to think we never met before he died in 2011. But, as they say, his work lives on. My favorite Berks’ work among 17 in the Washington area is his … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Mount Vernon

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Take a long look at America and War and Peace

Some artwork only requires a moment’s attention to grasp its focus. America and War and Peace will take awhile. Located by the John F. Kennedy Center entrance, the bronze series of panels 16 feet long was a gift from Germany … Continue reading

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Happy Memorial Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Walking the canal

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Wordless Wednesday: D.C. Court of Appeals

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Blossoms in bloom

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Springtime and the living is easy

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Time for a stroll among the blossoms

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Blossoms time at the Tidal Basin

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It’s big bloom around the Tidal Basin

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Wordless Wednesday: Army of the Grand Republic

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