A minor fire in at the Waldo Hotel in Clarksburg, West Virginia yesterday evening did no damage to the historic building.
Exploring a disused military ammunition depot brings back thoughts of the Walking Dead. Perhaps it is because I have been binge watching the post-apocalyptic horror series on television, or rather that I have a fascination with post-human interactions. And because of that, I went through my archives and found some great images that I have never shared that evokes that resemblance.
The Ro-Na Theater in downtown Ironton was once billed as southern Ohio’s “finest theater.” After years of neglect, it’s being restored.
Partial demolition is well underway at Ironton, Ohio’s Memorial Hall.
In the 16th installment of Tom Explores Los Angeles, Tom ventures inside the abandoned Hawthorne Plaza mall in Hawthorne, California.
Neverland Ranch was the home of Michael Jackson – and a private amusement park.
Revisiting an old friend several weeks ago at a whiskey bar, I was reminded of a famous Mark Twain quote.
Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.
Just like the old friend, I repaid another visit to Old Crow Distillery in central Kentucky with several architects.
Want to explore, photograph or learn more Old Crow Distillery in Kentucky? Mark your calendar down for July 5 or July 26!