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  • Dead Sea Comes to NYC

    Israeli Artist Yosef “Jojo” Ohayon has opened his first gallery in the United States, at 456 W. Broadway in the Soho neighborhood of Manhattan. This gallery is Jojo’s second location, in addition to the Jojo Gallery, which has been welcoming art enthusiasts for ten years in Tel Aviv.

  • Sturgis - Wounded Warrior - Harley-Davidson - What They Have in Common?

    Harley-Davidson believes that every American should be able to experience the profound freedom of motorcycle riding, especially those who risk their lives to protect our freedom. To show its appreciation and support for military personnel, Harley-Davidson has partnered with Adam Sandoval, founder of ScootinAmerica, and the Wounded Warrior Project for a cross-country ride where they will give away new motorcycles to eight lucky veterans. Adam recently spoke with us to about this project—MISSION: “THANK YOU”—and his upcoming stop in Sturgis, South Dakota.

  • Lights, Camera, Action - You Are the Star!

    People have always snapped photos on vacation, but the proliferation of smartphones has ushered in dramatic changes in the way we capture those photos and the myriad of ways the images can be utilized. Given forecasts that fully 2.53 billion people will own a smartphone by 2018, more and more vacationers will be capturing those precious vacation shots on these helpful handhelds. As easy and convenient as this is, essentially any and every moment of a vacation can be captured, sometimes resulting in hundreds of pictures and videos from a given trip. That’s the upside. The downside is figuring out what exactly to do with all of those image assets.

  • Da Vinci Comes to New Mexico

    (Albuquerque, NM) —The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) hosts a special exhibition, Da Vinci—The Genius February 10 through July 29, 2018. Da Vinci—The Genius was created by Grande Exhibitions with the assistance of Museo Leonardo da Vinci – Rome, and many experts in Italy and France to provide a truly authentic experience.

  • Famous Miami Chef Adrienne Calvo Shares a Special Summer Recipe

    The dog days of summer are here and so is grilling season.  Cool down with Chef Adrianne's Grilled Jumbo Shrimp + Kiwi, Green Apple and Green Chili , Mint Relish!!! Here's the quick and easy recipe that's sure to have your guests raving for days.  Maximum Flavor, true to the core, with these boldly refreshing flavors!

  • See Italy with Trafalgar Tours

    Weaving in and out of the crowds at a Tuscan market, the infectious passion of chef Libero adds to the color and excitement of picking out the freshest Italian ingredients, like juicy vine tomatoes and plump local olives. At each stall Libero is greeted like an old friend, as he introduces you to the vendors who insist you try their produce; perhaps herb-infused olive oil drizzled over a chunk of bread, or wafery slices of prosciutto which melt on your tongue. All before he takes you to historic Villa Machiavelli in the Tuscan hills, to turn your finds into a traditional Italian feast together.

  • Kentucky Bourbon Trail: Part Two

    Continuing along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, one thing is clear: It’s all about bourbon, barrels . . .  and more bourbon.

  • Irene Williams Exhibit: Jewish Museum of Florida

    MIAMI BEACH (June 16, 2017) ―  She is remembered fondly – and vividly – for her fashionable strolls up and down her Lincoln Road runway during the 1980s and 1990s. Irene Williams’ handmade outfits were so eye-catching she would often turn heads, and this year she would have turned 100. The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU presents a summer pop-up show that borrows its name from the award-winning documentary by Eric Smith, Irene Williams: Queen of Lincoln Road.  The installation features 33 of Irene’s original handcrafted hats, historic photos and her letters that together illustrate the spirited story of one of South Beach’s most beloved characters. All of the objects on view were willed to filmmaker/designer Eric Smith and have been donated to the museum’s permanent collection. The opening on July 13 will feature a showing of the documentary film by Smith, that won numerous awards on the film festival circuit. Also on view are a series of similarly splashy hats on loan from the personal collections of community leader Isabel Bernfeld Anderson, and preservationist/tourism guru George Neary.

  • A Father/Son Adventure in West Virginia

    As an older dad of a typical teen age boy I wanted an experience that would take the electronics out of our life and put nature back in. A getaway that my son Chance and I could experience challenges excitement that would make lasting memories.  Adventures on the Gorge with its opportunities of Zip lining and White Water rafting seemed to fit the bill exactly.

  • Tales from the South of France with Paul Shore

    The year I spent living and working in the South of France, back in 1999, brought with it many valuable personal realizations and left me filled with many fond memories.  What follows is one of many short stories that will forever make me laugh and reminisce about my time in France.

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