Editorial: #Love&Marriage

Mike Huckabee responded to the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage with this gem; he said, “The Supreme Court can no more repeal the laws of nature and nature’s God on marriage than it can the law of gravity.” Whether you believe in a creator or not, it is fantastical to equate the laws of physics with an institutionContinue reading “Editorial: #Love&Marriage”

365 Dawns

Tonight at Dawn just reached its 1st year anniversary and 200th article on Sunday (2.22: “Tonight at Noon“). To celebrate, we are presenting our largest (& favorite) milestones from the last 365 days. Thanks for taking the ride and stay with us as we evolve! Tonight at Dawn: Favorite Posts by the Month 2014 February: TaD’sContinue reading “365 Dawns”

2nd Class to Paradise

Text & Photos by K. Cecchini  @tonightatdawn From the foreign perspective, Switzerland is synonymous with the Alps. If in Zürich and can’t make the trek all way out to touch its great peaks, you need to seek out bucket list-worthy local views. Nearby Uteilberg Mountain and the city of Lucerne seem to be the nextContinue reading “2nd Class to Paradise”

Art & DADA in Zürich & YADA Yada Yada

Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini  @tonightatdawn “HOW DOES ONE ACHIEVE ETERNAL BLISS? BY SAYING DADA. HOW DOES ONE BECOME FAMOUS? BY SAYING DADA. WITH NOBLE GESTURE AND DELICATE DECENCY. TILL ONE GOES CRAZY. TILL ONE LOSES CONSCIOUSNESS.” -Hugo Ball, founder of the Cabaret Voltaire in the original Dada manifesto DADA DA-DA dada Right now,Continue reading “Art & DADA in Zürich & YADA Yada Yada”

Focused on the Backyard: Rowing Through NYC’s Central Park

Text & Photos by Kimberly Cecchini Central Park is an outdoor getaway for New Yorkers. I hesitate, though, to call it an oasis; it’s difficult to actually escape the crowds, and sorry, folks, the tourists. But its’ spacious enough that we don’t have to elbow our way through it like Times Square. Maybe just dodge a bicyclist or two.Continue reading “Focused on the Backyard: Rowing Through NYC’s Central Park”

Rapperswil: 23 km

Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini We are writing at a table in front of our hotel and an inebriated Spaniard -who works at a Romanian power plant-has taken up residence next to us with a beer cursing about Obama and Putin and his daughter for not yet having a good job. He keeps apologizing,Continue reading “Rapperswil: 23 km”