Even before the pandemic's Safer at Home guidelines, it would be an enormous challenge to visit many of Frank Lloyd Wright's designs.
Sure, a quick run down to the Madison area could knock a few off the list. Others require planes and even passports, while some aren't open to the public at all.
Thankfully, there's a solution. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, together with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Unity Temple Restoration Foundation, have compiled #WrightVirtualVisits, giving you an inside look at some of the architect's most famous designs until July 9.
Click here or copy/paste this in your browser: https://savewright.org/news/public-wright-sites-swap-virtual-visits
When you need good news about the coronavirus fight, you don't have to look far. The Pablo Foundation announced it has donated $1 million to local efforts. Disbursements have been diverse, ranging from local medical facilities to local nonprofit organizations.
Click here to read the press release and VolumeOne article, or copy/paste this in your browser: https://volumeone.org/articles/2020/04/24/35869_pablo_foundation_steps_up_with_1m_for_covid_19
So no one told you life was gonna be this way (clap x 5). Never more true than now, right? Never a better time for the "Friends" reunion, right?
The cast has joined the All In Challenge, so you and five of your own friends could win an all-inclusive trip to Los Angeles. Most notably, that includes attending the taping of the reunion special for HBO Max and having coffee with the cast at Central Perk!
To see all the details and to enter, follow this link to Fanatics.com.
You probably have a stronger appreciation for teachers now that you've done your best to homeschool your kid during the pandemic.
What happens when a mom is also a teacher trying to give an online lesson, whose spouse is MIA while their own child fusses? Watch the video below and we promise you will be able to relate to her facial expressions and resiliency!