Author Archives: Midge Wordsley

Sacred Spires

What sort of dignified establishment does this pseudo-classical building house, you ask? A bank? A municipal office? A funeral home? The clue is in the fake cupola that has been snapped onto the commodious vinyl roof like a LEGO. It … Continue reading

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The New Tombstone, Arizona

This hideous purple monstrosity quenches the arid landscape’s thirst for grotesque eyesores. Continue reading

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Master Masonry: Southwestern Skill

Behold this remarkable triumph in subdivision building. Begun in 1446, this ravishing neighborhood in Prescott, AZ took seven generations, fourteen thousand gallons of sweat, six hundred and twenty million square feet of blood, and three hundred and thirty thousand pints … Continue reading

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Honoring Today’s Revolution in Architecture

Welcome to the site that celebrates the land of the free, the home of the brave new builders of mesmerizing buildings. The architecture revered on this blog is of the finest quality, crafted by artisans who nurture our need for … Continue reading

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