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Explorations On May 22, 2015

Onward to Cleveland

Exploring a temple, observatory and factory en route to Cleveland, Ohio is a good way to cap off a trip to the Rust Belt.

Explorations On April 21, 2015

Searching West Virginia

From the window of my hotel room in Beckley, I could see the leaves billowing down the street among a fine rain punctuated by dark, gloomy skies. It was perfect road trip weather,

Explorations On February 13, 2015

Sue Bennett College

Back when it wasn’t in the coldest days of the winter, I walked around the former Sue Bennett College in London, Kentucky.

Explorations On September 15, 2014

Hazel Green Academy

Susan Orlean, of the New Yorker, once said that living in a rural region exposes the body and mind to marvelous things: the natural world, the “particular texture” of small-town life and the “exhilarating experience” of open space. It’s not difficult to argue that. Hazel Green Academy was located in a remote small town in the hills of eastern Kentucky. The private school,…

Explorations On August 26, 2014

A Place to Stay

A photographic essay of the former Frenchburg Presbyterian College in Frenchburg, Kentucky.

Explorations On May 23, 2014

St. John’s

St. John Berchmans Catholic Church and Servite Catholic High School is located on the east side of Detroit, Michigan and operated as a combination church and school. It’s first iteration, as St. John Berchmans Catholic Church and elementary school and Servite Catholic high school, lasted until 1986. It reopened in 1996 as the Colin Powell Academy, a charter school, that lasted until 2010.

In Focus On April 14, 2014

Gymnasium

Constructed in 1888 with an addition of a gymnasium in 1918, the Windsor School was located in the Walnut Hills neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.