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Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Intimate Memoir Writing Workshop in Abruzzo, Italy with Kathryn Abajian

Do you dream of spending quality time in Italy? The food – the wine, the people, the romance? Imagine yourself on a reflective respite in the wild, mountainous region of Abruzzo, a nearly untouched region of southern Italy. Join Kathryn Abajian and Helen Free in a pristine  setting for the restorative, six day Heart of

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Fiesta Texas, San Antonio: Family Fun this Fall

Amusement parks are great places for multi-generational outings: perfect for children, and where all ages are allowed to act like children. Six Flags Fiesta Texas — located in one of the most popular travel destinations, San Antonio...

Sunday, August 28th, 2016

Inn at Mystic: Seaside New England Charm & History

The town of Mystic, Connecticut isn’t very big — but there’s a lot of punch packed into a small space here. Its picturesque setting on the coast of the state, pretty downtown lined with boutiques next to the...

Friday, August 19th, 2016

A Walk Through History in Providence, RI

There are some places in the United States that allow you to feel as if you’ve truly stepped back in time. Offering glimpses into bygone eras, these places give us an entirely different experience from our modern...

Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Inn at Diamond Cove: Island Serenity off the Coast of Portland, Maine

  There are few places more restful, more peaceful, than islands. The small, car-free Great Diamond Island – part of the chain of Casco Islands off the coast of Maine – is the perfect retreat from the...

Monday, July 11th, 2016

MICROBE and GASOLINE: film review

French films are master classes in ambiguity. They fearlessly take on deep issues and situations where nothing explodes or hilarity ensues with a laugh track. Like life, French films refuse to wrap up with a tidy bow....

Sunday, June 19th, 2016

KPFA CRAFTS FAIR ARTISTS San Francisco and Beyond

Other radio stations should have it so good. Twice a year, profits from the KPFA CRAFTS FAIR supplement operational costs for this popular Berkeley community radio station. So, we’re talking about 200 artists, working in all media,...

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