You’re in Charleston at your favorite rooftop bar, sipping a mojito and basking in the warmth of an early fall sunset. Life is good, but, strangely, you feel…Continue Reading
It’s dawn in mid-summer. We’re driving slowly through Arches National Park just outside Moab, Utah. No other car is in sight. Billowy, lavender clouds drift overhead and turn incandescent as the sun rises.
To the west, enormous…Continue Reading
Antigua is the oldest colonial city in Central America. Founded by the Spanish in 1524 and twice relocated, Antigua—known as Santiago de Guatemala at the time—was Guatemala’s capital until 1773 when a series of devastating earthquakes…Continue Reading
Carousel, one of the greatest American musicals, will return to Broadway in March, 2018, with an all-star cast including opera diva, Renée Fleming. Choreography will be by Justin Peck, dancer and resident choreographer at the New York City Ballet.
Originally introduced on Broadway in 1945, the show…Continue Reading
Our recent European river cruise on the Mosel, Rhine and Main rivers began with three days in Paris. A road trip from…Continue Reading
The successful fly-by of Pluto in July 2015 by the spacecraft New Horizons captured our imaginations like nothing else in recent memory. Just think of it. NASA had a very narrow window to launch the spacecraft— a…Continue Reading
Don’t miss exhilarating Japanese jazz pianist and composer Hiromi Uehara (known professionally as Hiromi)! Her stage presence exudes spontaneous joy, and her incendiary playing excites audiences around the world.
We’ve heard many fine pianists over the years—both classical artists…Continue Reading