Tag Archives: stained glass

Strolling Calvary Cemetery

On my quest to find longer daily walk routes I decided to explore Calvary Cemetery in July. Just blocks from my house, I found a pedestrian entrance in a Hinman alley. Speed walking down the paths felt disrespectful, so I slowed my pace and admired the memorials. I read some of the tombstones, but soon the […]

Stained Glass at the Halim Museum

In early January I took a staycation and stumbled on a wonderful new Evanston Museum. Founded by an avid collector of clockworks and stained glass windows, this brand-new museum is a gem! The museum houses three exhibits: Stained Glass Masters, Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Clocks of the World. Custom-built by the Halim family, […]

Stained Glass Museum Discovery

“O, wonder!  How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in it!” ~ Miranda in Shakespeare’s The Tempest Last week I saw a fabulous interpretation of Shakespeare’s Tempest at the Shakespeare Theater. My friend had alerted me to this now sold out show early […]

Radvent: Performance

Performance Radvent by Princess Lasertron

“When I consider my actions as performing certain ideas, it helps me reclaim my agency.” ~Katie F-S Yesterday I attended a free concert performance in Northwestern’s Alice Millar chapel. I’ve passed by this beautiful building many times and admired its external stained glass window. The internal windows are just as beautiful. You can read about […]

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