This week we’ll remember drummer Neil Peart and songwriter David Olney, check out the line-up lists for upcoming music festivals, and set some 2020 resolutions.
We’d won a stay at the Verandah Resort at a charity auction, and thought we might as well give it a go before the gift certificate expired.
“Just Exist” is the biggest hit for Eliza & the Delusionals, an Australian band enjoying their time in the sun.
*** Author Tracey Hecht was kind enough to spend some time on the phone with me recently, answering questions and filling me in more on her book series for children, The Nocturnals. It was a really interesting conversation and I’d love to speak with her more, or meet up with her in person one day–it’s … Continue reading The Nocturnals – Our Q&A with Author Tracey Hecht
*** David Halloran (much like NYC) keeps things interesting. I was intrigued by the concept of a NYC running tour (having never heard of such a thing although I’ve taken walking tours in places as far-flung as Rome and Bangalore). He was kind enough to answer some questions for us about City Running Tours, and … Continue reading Running Around in NYC – Our Q&A with David Halloran – City Running Tours
I stumbled on this cool space called The Stallery on Stone Nullah Lane in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
The world came to New York for World Pride 50 to salute fifty years hence the Stonewall Movement, when gay rights began.
This week Gloria departs from Paris and visits her hometown of New York City.
What to do in NYC with out of town guests? How about if you’re stuck entertaining teenagers? Readers, fear not. We have some ideas for you.
When the Korean-style chicken wings arrive I suddenly became self-conscience in front of my friend Greta. One never eats with their hands in France.