May 2024


Natur-Park Schöneberger Südgelände

I’ve heard of Natur-Park Schöneberger Südgelände — an old rail yard converted into a park, of sorts, nearby to where I live, but I’ve never visited.

Until today.

It’s a nice park — a 1€ entry fee (exact change required – and pay because there are random inspections) is required. Once inside there’s a […]

Kreuzberg Greeting

Gotta love Berlin.

Awesome Graffiti in Berlin

Excellent Graffiti, seen today

Kreuzberg Welcomes You. Or Not.

Weimar Graffiti

That Unfortunate Irony, Enlarged

I haven’t heard any additional reports about the car accident outside my window—although it blocked the intersection and slowed traffic for about an hour, it didn’t make the one newspaper that was checked.

At the end of my accident report I made reference to an unfortunate irony in the background of the picture. I would […]

Not All Liszt

Despite appearances, I did not just take photos of Liszt on my walk through Weimar yesterday. Here are a few of the other highlights.

In front of the Bauhaus University Library

In the Park an der Ilm.

German's favorite food.

Apparently I'm not the only person who thinks this!

Lest […]


Until I moved to Weimar, I can honestly say I never really gave graffiti a second thought beyond “Why do people have to deface public property?”

However, I’m somewhat of a pragmatist and I can remember clear as a day when I once sat next to a staunch conservative Republican in America—she had little tolerance […]

Almost time to party!

Tuesday at 6pm, German Time, the long Bush nightmare will be over.

I’ll be at a party with my colleagues, celebrating. In the meantime, back in December when I was in Bristol, I saw a thought provoking question.

I say we can keep blaming Bush for a few more years.