The Backside of Georgetown

In every family, there are two roles: the good kid and the rebel. In Georgetown, District of Columbia, Georgetown Cupcake is the good kid. The rebel is Georgetown's little-known Graffiti Cliffs. This post is titled The Backside of Georgetown because the Graffiti Cliffs truly sit on Georgetown's butt. Just under the Key Bridge, at least a mile's walk …

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When You Can’t See the President Heads: A Coping Strategy

This post was supposed to be on a field of president heads. They're in a middle-aged woman's backyard. Known as President's Park, 43 giant busts of our country's leaders sit decaying behind a mud road and a tired farmhouse just outside Williamsburg, Virginia. This miniature Mount Rushmore is the product of an open-air museum which was forced into foreclosure in …

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