The special exposition; the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris from builders to restorers; the interactivity of the architectural collections attracts curious youngsters; invites immersion into time travel and exposes ‘virtual reality’ in the expositions.Read More
Some call it the anti-Burning Man. Whereas Black Rock City packs up after it’s all over, the Bombay Beach Biennale is all about creating permanent art and transforming what was once considered an apocalyptic wasteland.Read More
What a great family festival, with pumpkin carving, statues made out of pumpkins reminding me of the floats of the annual Rose Parade in Pasadena made out of flowers – AND – special dishes like pumpkin soup, pumpkin pasta and delicious roasted and flavored pumpkin seeds to snack on!Read More
After my wife Mercedes and I got married, I suggested we honeymoon in South America. We had family friends in Lima, so we planned on Machu Picchu in Peru and the Galápagos in Ecuador.Read More
The Celtic Way of Prayer is a treasured echo from the last millennium speaking across the decades through author and scholar Esther De Waal. Now in her 90s, de Waal wrote this classic while
living in the borderlands of the Welsh countryside, and as a primer for those curious about the Celtic way.
This was in May of 2020. The world was only about less than four months into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even for a family of four with just enough space in our home and a reasonably sized backyard…Read More
Charming and beckoning, these words can all be used to describe Dublin, Ireland! Dublin is the Capitol City of the Republic of Ireland and it is full of vibrant daily living, with days worth of sight-seeing and exploring available for visitors.Read More
With its picturesque waterfalls, moss-covered lava rocks, bubbling geothermal hot springs, active volcanoes, enormous blue glaciers, beautiful snowscapes, adventurous spirit, and spectacular Northern Lights, Iceland lives up to the hype—but it’s not for the faint of heart.Read More
Art and nature fuse in Normandy and the 12th Century village of Lisieux. New life, nature, and art come together to explore new ways of moving forward together.Read More
Camping in the Santa Fe wilderness, Pride Month, adventure. Sounds like a fantastic month of June.Read More
Slab City, California is a decidedly anti-capitalist, nomadic art community in the desert near the Salton Sea where fringe members of society live.Read More
A powerful and poetic novel about trauma in the aftermath of the Arab Spring, Slipping by Mohamed Kheir is magical realism meets adventure.Read More