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Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Knoxville: A Tennessee College Town Coming into its Own

When I think of Tennessee, music meccas like Nashville and Memphis easily come to mind. My recent weekend road trip in search of fall foliage and cooler temps led me to Eastern Tennessee for what was to be an enlightening vacation experience. In just a few short days, I quickly learned that Tennessee’s natural beauty,

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

French Traditional Goes Theatrical in Burgundy, France

A few French winemakers are taking note of an incredibly surreal and otherworldly tasting room that has just opened at la Maison  in the Burgundy village of Vougeot. The tasting room  is a first for the region, a short hop from...

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

Festival Napa Valley Opera Gala

  Conductor Carlo Ponti and the Festival Orchestra NAPA are joined by two of opera’s most exciting young stars – tenor Michael Fabiano and mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard – for an unforgettable night of arias and duets.  Fabiano, whom the San Francisco Chronicle called “the hardest working opera...

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

Free Concerts in Napa!

Each year, Festival Napa Valley (formerly Festival del Sole) features the Bouchaine Young Artist Series with free concerts at Jarvis Conservatory Theater in downtown Napa. This year, all three of the artists are from, or have roots...

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

SF Indie Documentary Festival

It’s one of those freaky warm San Francisco nights. Perfect mood for the SF Indie Doc Festival. IndieFest calls this annual event a film festival that provides a manageable amount of the truth. Devoted to all things...

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Hotel Solamar: Hip SoCal Hospitality in the Heart of San Diego

In early May, I decided it was time to go “bi-coastal” and leave my home in the sunshine state for a much needed Spring Break. I set off for San Diego in search of cooler temps, bay...

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Cozy Comfort & Convenience: Locanda Ca’ Zose; Venice, Italy

It seems like only yesterday when as a college student I set off on a summer European adventure. With a backpack and my train pass in hand, I covered seven countries in three months. Venice, Northern Italy’s...

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