Washington's sword looks like a magic wand. Seriously, doesn't he look like he's about to shout "alohomora!" and unlock the hell out of some doors?
How disturbingly fitting that the highest drama in the history of American crime should take place at a theater.
I provide the image, you provide the two word caption.
It's the only statue depicting the Great Emancipator as a young military man, looking out at the river and trying his damnedest to remember the commands he'll need to lead his men.
A simple, elegant black stone monument that marks the final stop on the biggest funeral procession the country had - and probably has - ever seen.
You just never know who you'll run into on Chicago's L trains, do you?
Toddler Owen is a talented and versatile fellow, so much so that he's started taking on some household tasks.
Lots of towns promote events or historic sites connected to the Great Emancipator, but the town of Lockport has outdone them all. Their Lincoln statue has three heads.
Finally, something that explains why they have so many songs about robbing liquor stores!
Sol Yurick wrote the novel that was eventually adapted into one of my favorite movies, The Warriors- which manages to be totally ridiculous and totally awesome at the same time.