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    • Sumptiously quirky Linden Row Inn delights in Virginia

      RICHMOND, VA (Herald de Paris) — ¬†Ghosts, ¬†vineyards, and craft breweries, to an acclaimed Fine Arts Museum, a trip to the historic American South is not complete without a trip to the state Capitol of Virginia. Richmond is tucked 2 hours South of Washington, DC and 7 hours south of NYC. It is historically an […]

    • Perfect and picturesque: Weekend road trip to Carmel-by-the-Sea IMG_20141116_144041009_HDR

      CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA (Herald de Paris) — ¬† I had heard for many years that Highway 1, the Pacific Coast Highway in Northern California, was one of the most beautiful and exhilarating drives in the world. ¬†When the opportunity to drive it finally came my way, we eagerly jumped in the car and headed North – Destination […]

    • Top golf resort Terrace Downs proves to be an accessible winter getaway td2

      By Anna Wilding CHRISTCHURCH (Herald de Paris) — ¬†The Southern Alps stretch along the entire backbone of the South Island of New Zealand. ¬†These Alps are to the Southern Hemisphere, what the Rockies are to Canada and North America. ¬†They are a great winter playground, provided you play and stay safe. ¬†The Southern Alps are […]

    • A MONTH IN NEW PROVIDENCE, BAHAMAS IMG_1276

      By Anna Wilding NASSAU, NEW PROVIDENCE (Herald de Paris) — Octagonal. The National Public Library of Nassau, a small pink tower built in 1778-1800, is octagonal. Its history resonates through each preserved panel of wood, through each nook and cranny. In fact, if I were location scout on the Harry Potter films, I would say […]

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    • GUS, DAWN of the GOLDEN MATADOR a film whose time has come

      HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) — ¬†GUS, DAWN of the GOLDEN MATADOR tells the true story of the amazing life of Legendary Civil Rights Attorney Gustavo “Gus” Garcia. His life and loves, his journey and triumphs, both good and bad. He battled segregation, racism and injustice everywhere he found it. Gustavo was the first Mexican American […]

    • The Legend: Trini Lopez From the barrio to Beverly Hills

      BEVERLY HILLS (Herald de Paris) — ¬†From the barrio to Beverly Hills, this folk singing sensation took the world by storm beginning in the early 1960’s and continues the tempest even today. Trini elicits standing ovations everywhere he performs and his smooth style knows no age barrier. Exhibit Records has just released a Special 50th […]

    • The Non Stop LA/Mexico/Jamaica Ozomatli conversation

      HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) — ¬†Since its inception in 1995, innovation and creativity have defined Ozomatli. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group found a way to represent the city‚Äôs eclectic culture through music that appeals to the local community and the world beyond. Ozomatli‚Äôs success is exemplified in an impressive variety of genres, from classic […]