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Reims: Train strike, bus tour, beer and more

As my wife Nenita was getting ready for the day I took a short walk back to the SNCF office in the Reims train station to get the real facts on what we could expect in view of the strike. […]

Reims: Train strike, bus tour, beer and more

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As my wife Nenita was getting ready for the day I took a short walk back to the SNCF office in the Reims train station to get the real facts on what we could expect in view of the strike. […]

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Paris Part 2

It was just another day in Paris only this day I had fully recovered from any lingering jet lag and slept extremely well. So I was bright eyed, bushy

Paris, première partie

It took just a wee more than four hours to travel by train from Cologne, Germany to Paris, France. It was smooth and easy and included not just one

Brussels to Cologne to Paris

Far too early the next morning I awoke at about 4:00 a.m. in Brussels and there was no way I was getting back to sleep. Damn jet lag. Plus,

Reggae star Etana emphasizes equality

Lauded by the BBC as the “greatest music teacher who ever lived,” Nadia Boulanger once described the ecstasy that listeners of reggae star Etana’s new album, Reggae Forever, feel:

Wishbone Ash coming to Southern California

One of the guitar bands of the Classic Rock era, Wishbone Ash, will be coming to southern California venues this April. The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills April 20, The

Echo Theatre debuts “An Undivided Heart”

Ponder this: You are a well-educated person engaged in a profession you deeply love.  You have held the organization you work for in extremely high regard. Then one day

Unemployed Elephants take over Burbank

Okay so maybe that isn’t totally accurate because elephants unemployed or otherwise have not swarmed Burbank, but the love story written by acclaimed playwright Wendy Graf and entitled Unemployed

Take a wild ride with the “Year of the Rooster”

The Year of the Rooster is without doubt the weirdest or certainly among the weirdest play I have ever seen and I have seen thousands. Now I am saying

Cultures collide and happiness wins in Northern Minnesota

Located in what Angelino’s and New Yorker’s would simply dismiss as “fly over country” are many small towns in the North Woods of Minnesota and in one of those

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