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Love old photography and looks at how places used to be. Glad I didn't live back then with the dirt roads, no running water, outhouses, etc. And the dust. Can you imagine the dust?

The food looks delicious and the Cafe Trio interesting.

Check your email for links I sent you & MAM...good stuff.


Love the fluid sculpture of El Anatsui you threw in the mix!

Judy H.

We enjoyed the Alexander Gardner exhibit a few weeks ago. Fascinating photos. (I also love the sculpture.) Haven't been to Cafe Trio, but will have to seek it out. :)


Ahhhhh Sharron, you are the clever one :) I should have known you would know the artist!

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