I was not prepared. I don’t know why. I’d read the novel Loving Frank. I’d read a biography on Frank Lloyd Wright. I’d seen many a photo of Fallingwater, the house the famous architect had built in western Pennsylvania in the 1930s as a summer home for the Kaufmann family, owners of a Pittsburgh department store.
Elsa and Anna have set a move-in date for their new home at Disneyland’s Disney California Adventure: Frozen, the new live show adapted from the hit 2013 movie, will officially begin performances May 27.
Given long security lines at the airport, the Transportation Security Administration’s PreCheck program — which sends eligible fliers through an expedited screening process — is looking better than ever. Those who are approved do not need to remove their shoes, laptops or light jackets, for instance.
Once home to the Whitney Museum of American Art on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the imposing, bunkerlike building on Madison Avenue has been leased to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and rechristened as The Met Breuer.
The busiest unit in our national park system isn’t a park at all. In fact, plenty of visitors never notice that they’re in it — not when they’re half-lost in the redwoods of Marin County’s Muir Woods, not when they’re deep into a conversation about robots at San Francisco’s Fort Mason, not when they’re roaming the vast beach flats of Fort Funston, near the San Mateo County line.
Many visitors to the vast, magnificent red-rock serenity of southwestern Utah’s national parks and forests begin their trips in the most impossible contrast imaginable — Las Vegas. That was my own experience on our recent six-day, five-night trip to Bryce and Zion national parks.