Minor Surgery for our National Monuments
Continental US / D.C.

Minor Surgery for our National Monuments

In the world this week, a couple of Washington, DC’s famous monuments received a little surgery. First on July 26, the Lincoln Memorial was splattered with green paint. Since then it has been closed to the public as teams of preservationists, national parks employees and cleaners work on carefully removing the stain. Now, the King … Continue reading

Continental US / D.C.

Man of Teal

More than 2 million passengers board 30,000 flights every day in the United States. They are the people we stand behind in ┬áline, the people we roll our eyes at for fumbling with their belt before walking through the scanner, the people we squirm to avoid bumping arms with during flight. And once in a … Continue reading