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  • My 9/11 Recollections

    They aren’t anything impactful or otherwise of importance, but here they are. In ninth grade at Boyd Buchanan in Chattanooga. At far side of school’s

  • Florida Shorebirds See Breeding Bump After Hurricane Michael

    In October 2018, Hurricane Michael and its Category 5 winds inflicted tremendous destruction to Florida, causing an estimated $18.4 billion in damage and an eventual

  • The Animal Collective

    Scientists race to sample undiscovered species before they vanish — even as many sit on museum shelves.

Germany Day 5: Visit with ‘Wall Street’ Reporter

Day 5 was mostly uneventful, but we did have a chance to chat with Mary Lane, a Wall Street Journal arts reporter based in the newspaper’s Berlin offices. Photos from the day are below. Also, here are some more tips I’ve picked up since getting here: Exchange rate: If you find a [...]

May 23, 2014 admin Travel & Culture 0

Germany Day 4: Rockin’ for Socialism, the Reichstag

Our fourth day in Berlin was probably the most eventful yet, with visits to the Reichstag, Germany’s “equivalent” to the U.S. Capitol building; the Brandenburg Gate; and a socialist political rally in Alexanderplatz square that featured the German band Lastrel. We also visited with John MacDougall, an Agence France-Presse (AFP) photographer based in the city. [...]

May 22, 2014 admin Travel & Culture 1

Germany Day 3: Berliner Dom, Largest Mercedes Showroom

Weather canceled our walking tour through Berlin, but we still managed to get to the Berliner Dom, the world’s largest Mercedes-Benz showroom and cylindrical fish tank, a bike race that closed many of the city’s streets, and some other sites. You can check them out in the photos below (I [...]

May 21, 2014 admin Travel & Culture 1

Megabus Adds New Orleans, Other Routes from Gainesville


May 20, 2014 admin Business, Travel & Culture 0

Germany Day 1: Berlin Wall, Oldest Beer Garden

Welcome to Berlin, Germany! I arrived about 5:30 a.m. on Friday (1:30 a.m. U.S. east coast time) and will be spending some time here this summer for a graduate photography class with Dr. John Freeman from the University of Florida, plus some sightseeing. I’ll be posting photos and experiences, like [...]

May 16, 2014 admin Travel & Culture 0