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I tend to focus on historic buildings, architecture, local history, and public art in Washington, D.C., Virginia, and North Carolina, but also sometimes random topics I find interesting. If you find grammatical errors in my articles, then I'm not all. I try my best. When I'm bored, I review recent changes and new articles, report vandals, and get rid of spam. I often write articles or upload photos in waves. When I'm busy in real life or just grow tired of writing things and seeing too much bickering on talk pages, I take a break. Spend time with your loved ones and close friends. Get away from the site for a while. Absence makes the heart grow fonder yada yada. So if I don't respond to a message, look at my edits to see if I'm active. I leave you with something positive.

- APK (the artist formerly known as AgnosticPreachersKid)


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Joel Lane House - Mordecai House - Pope House Museum - Cherry Hospital - Yates Mill - Page-Walker Hotel - Sir Walter Raleigh Hotel - Pullen Park Carousel - Raleigh Water Tower - Raleigh Convention Center - Masonic Temple Building, Fayetteville Street (Raleigh, North Carolina) - Montfort Hall - Clarence Lightner - Soleil Center - Ritcher House - Federal Building (Raleigh, North Carolina) - St. Paul A.M.E. Church (Raleigh, North Carolina) - State Bank of North Carolina - Estey Hall - Leonard Hall (Shaw University) - Henry L. Kamphoefner House - Pullen Memorial Baptist Church (w/LadyofShalott) - Peace College Main Building - Long View Center - Old Stone House (Washington, D.C.) - Depot Historic District (Raleigh, North Carolina) - James Mangum House - Bennett Bunn Plantation - Rogers-Whitaker-Haywood House - Apex Union Depot - Apex Historic District - St. John's Metropolitan Community Church - Halo (bar) - Buffalo City, North Carolina - Orton Plantation - Temple of Israel (Wilmington, North Carolina) - St. Philip's Church Ruins - Brunswick Town, North Carolina - John Paul Jones Memorial - Hotel Monaco Washington - Thomas T. Gaff House - Topaz Hotel - Embassy of Uzbekistan in Washington, D.C. - Kennedy-Warren Apartment Building - Whynot, North Carolina - Daniel Webster Memorial - David Stuart (diplomat) - Ben Shearer - Dennis Richardson (diplomat) - Phase 1 (bar) - L. Ron Hubbard House - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum shooting - Latrobe Gate - Oak Hill Cemetery Chapel (Washington, D.C.) - Building 170 - Betsey Wright - Taxpayer March on Washington - Northumberland Apartments - Public Policy Polling - Barack Obama "Joker" poster - People of Walmart - David Huebner - Cake Wrecks - Wenlock and Mandeville - Diego's Hair Salon - Lime Green Icicle Tower - St. Thomas Chapel - Zalmon Richards - Statue of Abraham Lincoln (District of Columbia City Hall) - Lot Flannery - The Founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution - United States Institute of Peace Headquarters - Mary Greenhow Lee - Family Drive-In Theatre - Willa Cather Birthplace - Equestrian statue of Philip Sheridan - China Grove (Oriental, North Carolina) - Baxter Clock - Herring House - Dempsey Wood House - Harmony Hall (Kinston, North Carolina) - Major General George Henry Thomas - Andrews-Duncan House - St. Mary's Chapel (Raleigh, North Carolina) - Taras Shevchenko Memorial - Arthur B. Heaton - Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington - Jay Fisette - Abram's Delight - Gladstone and Hawarden Apartment Buildings - George S. Cooper - Handley Library - Mount Vernon Triangle - Julius Germuiller - Appleton P. Clark, Jr. - Laughlin Phillips - Dupont Circle Fountain - Major General George B. McClellan - Brevet Lt. General Winfield Scott - General John A. Rawlins - Samuel Hahnemann Monument - Admiral David G. Farragut (Ream statue) - George Gordon Meade Memorial - Major General John A. Logan - O Street Market (w/Tim1965) - Stephenson Grand Army of the Republic Memorial - Albert Pike Memorial - The Son of a Migrant from Syria - Hopewell High School Complex - The Veiled Nun - Stewart's Castle - Pillar of Fire (sculpture) - Kramerbooks & Afterwords - Sixteenth Street Historic District - Frederick H. Brooke - Sulgrave Club - Frank Russell White - Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, D.C. - Robert O. Scholz - Demonet Building - Old Korean Legation Museum - Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District - Strivers' Section Historic District - Treaty Oak (Washington, D.C.) - Oak Lawn (Washington, D.C.) - Crystal Heights - Codman Carriage House and Stable - Grant Road Historic District - James G. Blaine Mansion - Leiter House - Portland Flats - Trinity Episcopal Church (Washington, D.C.) - Capital Garage - Hollensbury Spite House - 515 North Washington Street - Freedman's Bank Building - Transformers (sculptures) - Alexander Memorial Baptist Church - Christ the King Chapel (Christendom College) - Middletown Historic District (Middletown, Virginia) - Wayside Theatre - Generation Joshua - Bonnie Blue Southern Market & Bakery - Embassy of Australia, Washington, D.C. - Spelunker's Frozen Custard & Cavern Burgers

Stubs (I don't do these anymore).

Battle of Morrisville - Lenoir Memorial Hospital - East Raleigh-South Park Historic District - Rev. M.L. Latta House - Agriculture Building - Azariah Southworth - Fayetteville Street Historic District - West Raleigh Historic District - Maiden Lane Historic District - Hayes Barton Historic District - Glenwood-Brooklyn Historic District - Bloomsbury Historic District - Lumsden-Boone Building - Willis M. Graves House - La Grange Historic District (North Carolina) - La Grange Presbyterian Church - Oaky Grove - Frank and Mary Smith House - Turner and Amelia Smith House - Perry Farm - Davis-Adcock Store - George and Neva Barbee House - Wakelon School - Charlotte Forten Grimke House - Wayland E. Poole House - Cannady-Brogden Farm - Hood-Anderson Farm - Forestville Baptist Church - New Hill Historic District - Samuel Bartley Holleman House - Dr. Thomas H. Avera House - Harmony Plantation - Riley Hill School - Sunnyside (Wendell, North Carolina) - Wendell Commercial Historic District - Dr. Lawrence Branch Young House - Green-Hartsfield House - Heartsfield-Perry Farm - Brunswick Town Historic District - Smithville Township, Brunswick County, North Carolina - Moore Square Historic District - North Carolina Religious Coalition for Marriage Equality (w/LadyofShalott) - Hotel Palomar Washington - Hotel Rouge - Princeville School - Embassy of Portugal in Washington, D.C. - Embassy of Colombia in Washington, D.C. - Embassy of Senegal in Washington, D.C. - Embassy of Albania in Washington, D.C.- Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia in Washington, D.C. - White House Conference Center - Madison Place - Amadou Lamine Ba - African Diplomatic Corps - Embassy of Mali in Washington, D.C. - Abdoulaye Diop (100th article/stub created) - Embassy of Cameroon in Washington, D.C. - Embassy of Serbia in Washington, D.C. - Connecticut Avenue Bridge over Klingle Valley - Building at 3901 Connecticut Ave., NW - Erect, North Carolina - Wardman Row - Walsh Stable - Apartment Building at 2225 N Street‎ - Embassy of Jamaica in Washington, D.C. - Belizean Grove - Route 36 (bar) - Michael Graczyk

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