Tag: Paris

  • Notre Dame

    I have thought for a long time that what we think of as American culture is in a lot of ways the heritage of the indigenous people of this continent. It’s not just that we use their names to call our rivers, our mountains, and our towns. Their spirituality has permeated all religions and philosophies […]

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  • Century Old Visions: Baudelaire

    Baudelaire by Etienne Carjat I’ll admit right out of the gate that I’m pushing the whole Century Old Visions conceit to include Charles Baudelaire, seeing as he died a century and a half ago but he had to be at least a half century ahead of his time.  Les Fleur du Mal, written in 1857, […]

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  • La Ville Lumiere

    360 degree panoramic view from The Eiffel Tower Paris was founded in the 3rd century BC by a Celtic people called the Parisii, who gave the city its name. By the 12th century, Paris was the largest city in the western world. Paris is the home of the most visited art museum in the world, […]

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  • Paris Sketchbook

    This dude is St. Germain, a bishop of Paris, who was known for his love of the poor. His monks were so afraid that he’d give everything away that they rebelled against him. He died in 576. For the next 900 years his relics were carried in procession through the streets of Paris. This is […]

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  • Eiffel Tower

    I wrote this song a couple decades ago and recorded it a few years ago with Late Model Humans. A recent trip to Paris has brought it back to the forefront of my memory. It’s been so long since I held you in my armsIt’s been so long since you held me in your heartAnd […]

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