The vanished dongle and other more dire losses, or, Why Doña Quixote Abandoned All Hope for a Makeover

Featured image: Wire-mesh reconstruction of the Basilica Siponta—a 6th century christian structure—by Italian sculptor Edoardo Tresoldi.  During my and Peter’s trip to Las Vegas during the first week in June, I decided one day  to venture into territory different from my usual every-day-Fashion-Mall expeditions. I would instead cross the road to explore the Venetian hotel’s […]

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