Contra Costa Times
Alameda: Altarena's 'Boeing Boeing' is one funny comedy
The sound of laughter shook the Altarena Playhouse this past weekend with the opening of a translated French play, "Boeing Boeing."
Alain Roby: Record-Setting Chocolatier Continues To Innovate
A certified master chef of pastry and sugar artistry, Alain Roby is internationally known for his sugar and chocolate masterpieces.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Crain's New York Business
Court Street landlords reap big Benefit
A subsidiary of Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy is coming to Court Street in Brooklyn, adding an international player to the dramatically refashioned mix on the main shopping strip in Cobble Hill, which until recently housed home-grown butchers, bakers, booksellers and others.
Concussion classes now required for high school coaches
As football season gets underway, high school sports coaches in Illinois soon will have to take classes on how to best reduce concussions among young athletes under a new law signed by Gov. Pat Quinn today.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Nikkei Net Interactive
China's cultural influence isn't limited to the silver screen
Hollywood is not the only place where China's presence is being felt. Everywhere from Paris runways to American campuses and African newsstands, the influence of the Middle Kingdom is plain to see.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Mail & Guardian
The art of telling our history
Two local artists eschew the elitist view of a Africa's past and tell the story of the continent through the eyes of ordinary people.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
South China Morning Post
Wine Opinion: Britain deserves credit for quality of France's finer products
If you buy wine regularly in Hong Kong, you are probably aware of the British origins of merchants such as Berry Bros, Armit, Fine & Rare and Farr Vintners.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
The Flowing Bowl and Other Vintage Cocktail Books: Four exceptional...
Currently, there is a classic cocktail revival occurring; bartenders are once again revered as artists and flavors become the palette for one's palate.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Century-old theater to get new life in Washington
Many slow down or even stop on Main Street to see the work that is being done. Some have stopped to ask the contractors of SMart Construction to see what is up.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
The Paris view no one knows about
The Eiffel Tower observation deck sees a horde of almost seven million tourists every year.
The Washington Post
Wolf Trapa s a Carmena could use a little more of the original
With its brawling, cigarette-smoking women and the on-stage murder of its hot-tempered heroine, Bizet's "Carmen" pushed the envelope for Parisian audiences when it premiered in 1875.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
You Are Here: What to See, Do, Eat and Buy in Liberty Village
The condos are still going up in this west-end neighbourhood, but a number of restaurants, boutiques and other businesses have done more than enough to establish themselves.