Come See Me over at Huffington Post

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 Come see me over at Huffington Post, where I share Dallas’ gloriously creative Joule Hotel… and be sure to share it with any friends or associates who love a great travel experience, or great art, or new technology, or great interior design. You get the picture, right?

The Beatles On the Road 1964-1966

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Today I want to share and recommend a gorgeous oversized book which shares an energetic wave of nostalgia that is all too easy to get lost in…  The Beatles On the Road 1964-1966. Harry Benson captured endless images of The Beatles on the road, landmark moments of music history. These photographs are PHENOMENAL… often candid, sharing the contagious fun and upbeat spirit that surrounded The Beatles. The book alone is a treasure to own, and for you die hards who want even MORE of this good thing, the limited edition images for some of these photos are also available through [Read more...]

ZOMM Wireless Leash

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Today we will review a cool little gadget, the ZOMM, which is a wireless leash (for you people who lose your keys, gadgets, etc…) and safety device.  [Read more...]

Compound Butter

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 I am about to let you in on a kitchen secret that is the ultimate game changer for many reasons. It is called Compound Butter, also known as Hotel Butter or Maitre d’Hotel Butter, and there are many of reasons to love it: [Read more...]

Now You See It – Photography and Concealment Exhibit at the Met

Now You See It - Photog exhibit at the Met, seen on

Now You See It - Photography and Concealment

March 31–September 1, 2014 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Photography is a medium prized for its capacity to expose, lay bare, make visible. For many artists, the camera is, above all, a tool for revealing what would otherwise remain unnoticed. As Diane Arbus once said: “I really believe there are things which nobody would see unless I photographed them.” At the root of this artistic impulse is a keen fascination with that which is hidden, obscure, or hitherto unseen. This exhibition presents a selection of [Read more...]