Say the name Frank Lloyd Wright, and suddenly I'm 18 again, new to New York City and stressing out about one of my very first college assignments. I have no idea how I'm going to write five pages about the famed architect's glorious Guggenheim Museum — a smooth white spiral rising from a long, low stretch of façade along New York's Fifth Avenue — so I shiver on a park bench across the street from it, taking notes and making sketches for an... More >>>