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  • ICARUS:  film review

    October 16th, 2017
    ICARUS: film review

    Icarus Documentary drama – director Brian Fogel accidently discovers global politics, doping scandal, Russian conspiracy, olympic committee corruption, whistleblower …

  • This past weekend Focus Features released the biographical drama Victoria and Abdul in a few major cities – and I for one adored it, for semi-selfish reasons. Judi Dench is fascinating, quite royal, and even somewhat repulsive as Queen Victoria. Having just seen her vibrant and interesting interview on Charlie Rose a few nights before […]

  • Art Collecting 101

    September 23rd, 2017
    Art Collecting 101

    No armchair travelers are we, as it’s a given that travel broadens our mind. Well so does art. Original art. Tango Diva has compiled the top five reasons to start your collection. CURIOUSITY: Ever wondered what’s behind the green, yellow, purple, and orange studio door? Attend gallery openings or studio tours, meet a live artist […]

  • Reykjavík Stopover

    September 5th, 2017
    Reykjavík Stopover

    Iceland continues to break tourism records. Given the recent stopover promotions offered by carriers like WOW Airlines and the increase in cruises, Reykjavík, the hub for most of the activity, has seen the greatest impact. During summer months, expect hotels at full capacity, tours sold out and crowds. So, careful planning for your Reykjavík stopover, […]

  • When I began planning my adventure in Scotland, I naturally asked all my friends for advice on where to go. A friend of a friend said I HAD to visit the Isle of Iona, as it was a completely magical place. OK…so I got out the map and located it. Hmm…it was part of the […]

  • Are Family Reunions Dead?

    August 22nd, 2017
    Are Family Reunions Dead?

    Not according to vacation home rental company HomeAway. And not according to my family, who just gathered early this month for a family vacation on the Texas coast! Family reunions seem a bit of an old-fashioned thing. They conjure nostalgic memories of extended cousins, aunts and uncles, grandparents, etc. gathering together for a few days. […]

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