Monthly Archives: May 2012

A ride through Philly, a love for big cities

Following the main line from Radnor into Philly, I rode along on the way to take a friend back to her house.  We usually take I-95 into the city, but Lancaster Avenue was the most direct route coming from Radnor.  … Continue reading

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Celebrating Shakespeare

One of my classes this spring was a practicum for the campus literary magazine, Woodcrest.  A few other students and I were assigned to plan a party to celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday.  In the weeks leading up to our party … Continue reading

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A photo shoot at Eastern State Penitentiary

A group of students, some from a photography class and others who weren’t, gathered for a photo shoot at Eastern State Penitentiary.  This was for an upcoming exhibit of photos and information about the history of the prison.  I had … Continue reading

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Getting back to NYC and the Theatre District

My mom was my guest for the trip this time since she had never been to New York City before.  After going there two other times in the past year, I was able to be somewhat of a tour guide … Continue reading

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