Day Tripping to Grenoble

One of the many perks about traveling in Europe is the accessibility of trains. After a few blissful days in Paris, my boyfriend and I decided to take a short and sweet detour to Grenoble. The southeastern French city is as picturesque as a postcard. Reminding me of South American landscape, seeing the mountains peeking

Read More

Landscape Artist Toni Silber-Delerive

Our Artist of the Week is Toni Silber-Delerive who has been doing art virtually all of her life. Born in Philadelphia, she received her B.F.A. in Painting from the Philadelphia College of Art and studied at the School of Visual Arts. A Manhattan-based artist and graphic designer, Toni’s work is featured in private and corporate

Read More

Notre Dame Cathedral in Reims Celebrates 800 Years

This post is by David Wan, one of our contributors. In celebration of the 800th anniversary of the Notre Dame Cathedral, Reims has organized a six month festival filled with concerts, street performances, exhibitions and parties; all which culminates in a magical sound and light show that illuminates the Cathedral when the clock strikes at

Read More

Is Kirsten ‘Drunkst’ really the Queen of Cannes?

The 64th Cannes Film Festival is sadly over, but the awards are just in.  It’s been awhile since I’ve heard of Kirsten Dunst doing anything notable so I was certainly surprised to hear that she won the Best actress Award for her role in “Melancholia.”  I’ve been a fan of Dunst since her “Little Women”

Read More

Instagram

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. More information

Use of cookies

This website is using cookies for improving your experience as a user. If you keep on navigating you are giving your consent to the use of these cookies and our cookies policy. Click on the COOKIES POLICY, the link for more information. You can also check our PRIVACY POLICY.

Close