A Sacred Light in the Darkness: Winter Solstice Illuminations at Spanish Missions

By Ruben G. Mendoza, California State University, Monterey Bay


Earl Young’s Storybook Houses in Charlevoix, Michigan

I always build the roof first, and then shove the house under it. Earl Young, October, 1971, as quoted in The Ludington Daily News Earl Young (1889-1975) was a mostly self-trained and self-guided architect who built whimsical stone structures in Charlevoix, Michigan between 1918 and his death in the 1970s. Most of his buildings were…