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As it gets closer to "DIGI CRUX," Lord Byron gives us "99.999%"

Oh my god. If you’ve been following Lord Byron, you’d know he’s been constantly giving up dates on the percentage to the completion of “DIGI CRUX.” And now we’ve reached 99.999% hence the title and by the artwork it seems like this is his last release til the work of art is release as it thanks everyone whose helped on this project. 108 more words

Music

Trajan, Trevi Fountain and Lord Byron

Now that half of the day was gone and since the Colosseum was brimming with tourists, we opted to make our visit to that stone giant the day after and make our way to the Borghese Gallery and Museum, all the way up north to the city, by foot. 879 more words

Italy

In Memoriam--The Steaming Lady

176 years ago today, Marina Querini Benzon died. She is the subject of the famous song “La Biondina in Gondoleta” about a languorous blond with her lover, floating down the canals. 186 more words

Venice

O Frabjous Day! Callooh! Callay!

In the third installment of the series Sundae with Nuts we’ll take a look at George Byron, Lewis Carroll, and Stephen Crane. 626 more words

Literature

“If I do not write to empty my mind, I go mad.”

— Lord Byron

She Walks in Beauty



Arpepe Rosso di Valtellina rolls off the tongue, and so does a sip of this special nebbiolo. I would compare it to pinot noir, but there’s just nothing like it. 25 more words

Photo

Why is Lord Elgin an abomination to the Greeks?

To the Greeks, the name Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin, is an abomination, the likes perhaps, of only Lucifer himself. Lord Elgin, as he is more famously known, is notorious in my country for his enormous blundering appetite that was coupled by an equally enormous lack of regard for the Parthenon treasures. 1,083 more words

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