- 911 Project
- All things Museums!
- Butler High School Class of 1990 Golden Tornadoes
- Children and Family specific events
- Cool Corners of Mexico City and Around the World
- D is for Delaware!
- Educational Tools!
- Hidden Gems found in Urls
- How Do I….
- Just Inside the D.F.
- Kindred Running Spirits
- Lingo and important bits ‘o info in Mexico!
- Markets and Must See’s in Mexico!
- MUN 2015
- Nanticoke River Watershed Conservancy
- Opening the pages of…
- Outside Mexico City Travel
- PAVE – a mobile idea…
- Professional Library Portfolio
- Restaurants as a second home…
- Services in Mexico City
- Terrific Traipsing Places in Takoma Park, Maryland and Surrounding Areas!
- The Riff emerging from Repentino..
- Tuning into the Music of your Life…
- Unique things that make life unique!
- WHAT and WHERE should I read?
- Who is Harry Brake and why a blog?!
- WHS Memorial Trees
- Why is this Named…in Mexico?
Monthly Archives: July 2015
Add one huge dose of Humanity First – Combine with Social Community Media Interests = One Amazing Pizza.
What occurs when two businesses converge in one night to promote one another, knowing they are improving their immediate community? This rarely occurs, unless you are Yelp and at Pixza on 162 Liverpool in Zona Rosa. Out of say … Continue reading
Yes. It is here, the Leonardo DaVinci and Michelangelo exhibition at Belles Artres. This exhibition, if given a chance, when you soak in the amazing art around you, you realize there is a message at every turn to every visitor, … Continue reading
Yes, these are dated films but films just the same worth mentioning that still manage to pull your… …Focus – Will Smith. There is something you need to say about the smoothness and coolness Will Smith brings to any situation … Continue reading
Exposure to Success, Creativity, and An Educator as a Profession is the Key to Success; A New Outlook.
Education – it’s funny – every time teachers get together and say they do not want to talk shop – well, the ones that truly care are invested do just that – talk shop. It’s inevitable, if your heart and … Continue reading
What? Seriously? Teaching and learning at the same time? I have found so many times that being an educator involves challenging yourself everyday to avid burnout – this involves always trying and engaging in what is new out there. After … Continue reading
There is so much magic in moments. Many moments that contain that magic happen behind the scenes and maybe that is part of the magic. As a coach, I opened a whole new door of learning to myself and how … Continue reading
“A man walks into a bar…” You’ve heard it a thousand times as a opener for jokes. Walking along Alvaro Obregon a few weeks ago, with the dogs and a friend leaving for the states, we came across a set … Continue reading
The Rediscovery of Clarice Smith, the American Art Museum, Cub Camp, Brain Pop, Discoveries on Both Sides
Several years ago, as an AP English educator, as well as a Introductory level English teacher in Delaware, after receiving a scholarship and attending a dynamic Institute by the name of The Clarice Smith Institute, I learned that art as … Continue reading
In visiting the Tamayo Museum today, on an amazing Mexican Sunday full of sunshine, families, and endless possibilities, the same could be said of Francis Aly’s exhibit. Often many people see Art as an end, the ultimate source of creative … Continue reading
I realize now, many things I should have done, seen, or somewhere I should have been already – yet, often there seems to be a reason why the wait was so long. For example, I have been in Mexico and … Continue reading