This fabulous photo essay was authored by Amira El-Masaiti and Mosa'ab Elshamy and published on the AP News today. I share it here in its original, unaltered format. AP PHOTOS: Laborious saffron harvest unites Moroccan village
After seeing one of the original Pullman cars yesterday at the History Museum, I was looking forward to seeing the Zephyr...
My education about Frank Lloyd Wright continues today with the Rookery & Burnham Library tour.
After a leisurely morning of breakfast in bed and news on the telly, I set out for the 1926 Building, also known as the Fine Arts Building. It was built in 1895 as a showroom and repair shop for Studebaker carriages.
Today I tour Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio, where he would develop his signature Prairies style of architecture.
I'm off to Chicago to see the Gothic buildings that scrape the sky...
Travel inspires my work. This hat was inspired by a door in a kasbah in Morocco.