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Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

San Francisco Int’l Film Fest

Make way for SFFILM, the Mother of all Film Festivals, the longest-running in the Americas. Happy 60th anniversary to you, San Francisco Film Festival. Clear your calendar, all of it, April 5 – 19. Your body and soul recharging station beckons with nearly 200 films, Spotlight on Argentina, live music, dancing, talks, master classes, field

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

The Mayton Inn: Southern Hospitality Redefined

The landscape of Cary, North Carolina has changed over the last two decades with marked growth in the population and business. Cary has earned a reputation as a relocation magnet. This quaint community ranks as one of...

Sunday, January 8th, 2017

Saint Augustine Film Festival: January 20-22, 2017

The Saint Augustine Film Festival returns to the ancient city for its 7th year with another fabulous international line-up of independent films, documentaries and shorts. Saint Augustine offers an idyllic setting to celebrate the arts. Readers of...

Monday, December 19th, 2016

RIVERDANCE: The 20th Anniversary World Tour

Riverdance returns to Jacksonville, Northeast Florida’s River City, in 2017 with an amazing new show that promises to dazzle and inspire. Riverdance has been wowing audiences for decades with an innovative blend of music, dance and song....

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...

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...

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