In 1969, TV anchor Walter Cronkite, citing an EPA report, declared that Chattanooga was “the dirtiest city in America.” What a difference half a century makes! Today, Chattanooga (population 176,000)…Continue Reading
When you think of Florida, sun-kissed beaches and water sports come to mind. With over 50 miles of beaches and a broad range of aquatic activities, Ft. Myers and neighboring Sanibel and Captiva islands—situated on Florida’s southwest…Continue Reading
The image is from Vik Muniz’s body of work called Postcards from Nowhere. Using many shredded postcards, he re-assembles the scraps to represent something entirely different, in this case, a panorama of Jerusalem. As Ben Brown Fine Arts gallery in Hong…Continue Reading
This is a big year for Charleston’s internationally renowned Spoleto Festival, a showpiece for the performing arts. If possible, try to visit in late spring and join the excitement!
The Festival marks…Continue Reading
We have long been avid fans of the photography of Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989). Since attending one of his first major shows at the Robert Miller Gallery in Manhattan during the early 1980s, we’ve been drawn to the beauty and sensuality…Continue Reading
Just returned from a working trip across fabulous Austria!
Following are a few brief comments about Vienna, our starting point. Observations and tips related to the rest of…Continue Reading