Inside a kitchen
Perfect light, scenography, humble appreciation and respect for the kitchen; poetically working in wonderful symmetry, grace, civility, devotion and love.
All things French!
Inside a kitchen
I fully enjoyed my Bamyan visit. As I approached Bamyan Boutique, 72, and Showroom at number 51 rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Île, on a tranquil late-morning Tuesday, I floated on the feeling.Read More
I have traveled through many nations, including this trip into France, that had colonized the world. And not once had I felt–Black. Or at least the sensation of how traveling while Black in America has conditioned me to feel. Black people, are constantly navigating that.Read More
Silence in the city as Paris remains in lockdown. In Coping with COVID, Aurore Rominger managed to get out and see how the city has changed.Read More
Change and the Evolving Industry of Fashion: On the ‘eve’ of Mother’s Day and International Earth Day, an opportunity exists to reflect on the…Read More
To focus a novel on the act of walking would seem an incredibly risky endeavour. Walking is, after all, tremendously dull. Or at least…Read More
Autres temps, autres mœurs. ~ French proverb “Other times, other customs.” “De 2020, La grande change de l’aire” – The huge change in the…Read More
‘Tis the Season. Handel’s Surprise Visit to Lead Paris Choral Society Messiah Sing-Along The PCS (Paris Choral Society) graciously allowed me to roam about…Read More
Le Bon Marché – Green and gold, the Christmas windows we all want to see. The theme is Mon Bon Sapin (My good fir ‘Christmas’ tree….Read More
Paris, Paris, how do I love thee? My heart truly starts to pitter-patter as I touch down in Charles de Gaulle Airport for a…Read More
“Pantheon” is a Greek word meaning “a temple of all gods”. This has led to thousands of buildings with the name “pantheon” in several…Read More
As Strasbourg celebrates its 27th year as the Capitale de Christmas, it upholds its centuries old status as a market town and is simultaneously…Read More