Take a look at my guide for ideas on where to eat, shop, people watch and a number of cultural must-sees around the Latin Quarter of Paris!Read More
Tis officially the season! And the city of lights takes on a whole new meaning during the holidays.
Joyeux Noël à tous et à toutes!
Even more stunning than the awe-inspiring Frank Gehry building is what’s currently being shown inside the Fondation: two monumental expositions of the exceptional artists Egon Schiele and Jean-Michel Basquiat.Read More
But one central question lies at the heart of Michael Katakis’ research: who was Ernest Hemingway, really?Read More
Get a sense of Montmartre’s rich and varied history through my walking tour of this vibrant quartier.Read More
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.Read More
As I walked through the gallery with Ave Maria playing over a loudspeaker, I kept thinking: is this not a little kitschy?Read More
In the fifth year of its international tour, “David Bowie Is” ends its journey at The Brooklyn Museum.Read More
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!Read More