Dresden Panometer, Germany

When I visited a friend in Berlin over two years ago, I really really really wanted to go to Dresden and Leipzig and Dessau…and the list goes on and on. Thank goodness I have no pennies in my pocket, and my travel itch has been temporarily solved by this blog,...

The Murals of Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Murals of Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Murals of Saint Petersburg, Russia: “Scarlet Sails” named after the novel written by Alexander Grin A tribute to “Soviet Heroes” People playing football in front of “City” “The 200th Anniversary of the Russian Army Victory Over Napoleon” A kid walks by the “Suitcase” apartment block The “Books” building

Musée-Placard d’Erik Satie

It looks like Edgar’s Closet had some competition for the “World’s Smallest Museum” title with a dead French composer named Erik. Not much bigger than Edgar Allan Poe’s closet, Erik Satie’s teeny tiny one room apartment in Paris was once a museum (it now appears to be closed…or at least...

National Cat Day

Considering it’s National Cat Day and I’m supposed to tell you about all things creepy, well, I think this is the perfect time for the cat and the rat who live for eternity behind glass in the crypt of Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral. A cat and rat (presumably one chasing...

Largest Collection of Clowns, Germany

Most people agree…nothing is scarier than a clown. Just imagine living with Ortud Kastaun, “Orty” to friends, who has a collection of over 2,000 clown-related items. It look fifteen years, but she now holds the the Guinness World Record for “Largest Collection of Clowns”. It all started when Kastaun was...

Göreme Open Air Museum in Cappadocia

After yesterday’s visit to Barcelona, we now travel to another part of the world with a guest post written by shuraiya, one of my earliest followers on tumblr. I always notice and appreciate every one of her likes, reblogs, and replies so I am more than happy that she has...

The Big Internet Museum

Even though the internet has slowly tied its noose around our collective necks, it is important to learn about the history of this soul-crushing global system invented by Al Gore. If you care to brush up on topics like the first piece of spam ever sent, that gifs haven’t changed...

Enema Museum, Virginia

My aunt used to personally give enemas to my dying grandma, which is probably too much information for anyone to know, let alone a relative like me, but I have a feeling that’s nothing compared to the “shit” one finds in the Enema Museum. Oh, what will they think of...

Small kingdom called Boomeria outside of Santa Cruz, California

Today I learned there is a small kingdom called Boomeria outside of Santa Cruz, California. Yes, you read that last sentence correctly. The King, also known as Mr. Preston Boomer, has been teaching physics and chemistry at San Lorenzo Valley High School for over fifty years when he’s not busy...

Barbra Streisand & The Stickley Museum

Barbra Streisand & The Stickley Museum

On display at The Stickley Museum we have a Gustav Stickley screen no. 1091 that was once owned by Barbra Streisand. You can see it here on her album cover “Greatest Hits…and More”. Barbra is part of the Stickley Story- it was her record-breaking purchase of a Gustav Stickley sideboard...

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