Can You Find Hemingway in Paris?

But one central question lies at the heart of Michael Katakis’ research: who was Ernest Hemingway, really?

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One Evening, Two Works of Art: Paris Opera Ballet at Palais Garnier

Paris Opera Ballet performed a tribute to Jerome Robbins at the stunning Palais Garnier theater.

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The Masterful Maison de Monet

You can’t help being hit with a wave of inspiration as you enter the gardens at La Fondation Claude Monet. There seem to be as many colors as there are flowers; thousands of petals growing upwards and outwards into one another and across an expanse of green.

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Heavenly Bodies: Art or Kitsch?

As I walked through the gallery with Ave Maria playing over a loudspeaker, I kept thinking: is this not a little kitschy?

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David Bowie Is: Up Close & Personal

In the fifth year of its international tour, “David Bowie Is” ends its journey at The Brooklyn Museum.

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A Gentleman in Moscow: A Must-Read!

My Grandfather, a voracious reader who averages about 5 books/week, declared this novel the best book he’s read in a year. To me, that was the ultimate rave review!

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A Survey of Modern Dance at Paul Taylor’s Lincoln Center Season

An evening with Paul Taylor, American Modern Dance was a wonderful survey of modern dance, from the turn of the 20th century through today.

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On Island Time in Islamorada

Islamorada may be known as the Sport Fishing Capital of the World, but it also has a blooming arts scene that complements the beauty of the locale and its laid-back, colorful vibe.

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