Sunday, February 13, 2011

Sunday Salon

Good morning/Good afternoon my fellow Bloggers! This week I visited the Newseum. I've been before, but I took some friends that were of differing age groups and interests, and the Newseum seems to appeals to everyone with its 4-D theatre; historical front pages; continuous news clips of historical events (i.e. Kennedy's assignation, Neil Armstrong walking on the moon etc.) as well as special, temporary, exhibits (the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and Elvis are two that are currently featured). If you are in the D.C. area, I highly recommend checking out the Newseum (Note: It is a fee musuem, but check the website as they sometimes have special coupons).

Reading Update: This week I finished The Radleys (review posted) and started on Something to Prove. Ongoing reads: War and Peace for my book challenge and Life (audio version) by Keith Richards.

Have a great reading week!

1 comment:

  1. I haven't been to the Newseum since it left Rosslyn a good number of years ago. I was thinking about going until I heard about the $20ish admission fee. I did see the building go up while I was working in DC near the Courthouse. Might have to make a trip there to see it though.

    I read War and Peace a couple of years ago and it turned out to be one of my favorite books of all time! I hope you're enjoying it!