Monday, July 6, 2009

Allman Brothers' House Museum?

In the tradition of sites devoted to the very place where genius was born, where great works were penned....places like Mark Twain's study in Elmira, Hemingway's typewriter stand, Louisa May Alcott's tiny wooden desk, and Thoreau's cabin, we finally have the Allman Brothers' House Museum.

In December, the Macon, Georgia house will be opened to the public for the first time. Just when those crazy academics were arguing the world could not take another house museum, welcome to "The Big House."

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