This is my very first time going to Bo Beau and Coin Haus, so needless to say I was eagerly awaiting this Yelp event! Arrived a bit early and got to peer inside while we waited.
Watch the silver ball. Use the left and right flippers to keep it from going down the center. Must be night outside as the flashing lights of the machine are blinding in the gloom. I have to concentrate. Ball moves incredibly fast at times. Faster than I can see. I press the button for the […]
Walking along the fence line on the way to the aquarium I heard the barking of what sounded like a large sea lion. I spoke to him for a short while through the fence and he did stop his barking while I spoke. My anticipation of meeting this sea lion grew.
The precision subway stops, the constant ebb and flow of people, the loud roar of the engines, the screeching of the brakes, the impressive crowd body instinctively knowing which direction to go, where to sit or stop and never tripping, running into anybody or falling over, so impressive.
Years ago I was discovered smoked dry rub ribs in North Carolina. In the time since I have been searching for ribs to tempt me with smoky aroma and delicious dry rub leaving me wanting more.
“Black as midnight on a moonless night.” Twin Peaks I wake in the darkness and think of the Red Room in Twin Peaks. Doors are red. Red stripes are in the carpet. You will find more red in the hallways.
The Beacon Theatre was originally conceived by film producer Herbert Lubin in 1926 as part of a projected chain of deluxe New York City movie palaces. Exquisite detailing abounds throughout, including elaborate gilded plaster moldings, polished hardwood, and brass staircase rails. Corridor murals depict atmospheric Eastern scenes of trading caravans complete with elephants, camels and […]