Great Gambas! A Day in Palamos, Spain

There’s a reason why La Menta — literally, “The Mint” — has a Michelin-endorsed reputation for great seafood. In all of our travels, we have never enjoyed succulent prawns (gambas) Read More …

Unique Sandhill Crane Photo Workshop

UPDATED 1/12/19: CLOSED – Check back for our 2020 workshop dates. Dates:  March 14 to 19, 2019  Omaha and Platte River, Nebraska Imagine waiting in the darkness.  There is rustling Read More …

Notes on a Visit to Savannah, Georgia

  Hakim Rahsul and I stood in a poorly-lit cobblestone alley off River Street in Savannah, Georgia. The tenor saxophonist had just finished a set at the Bayou Café & Read More …

The Haunted Pubs of Savannah

    Savannah, Georgia, has no shortage of ghost stories. With its reputation as “the most haunted city in America,” Savannah lures those intrigued by the paranormal. It only made Read More …

A Meeting of Minds at the SCAD Film Fest

When creative people at the peaks of their professional careers have something to say, I listen. My recent attendance at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival was a great learning experience. Read More …

Visiting Cezanne in Aix-en-Provence

Artist Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) will forever be associated with Aix-en-Provence, a charming university town of 145,000 people, 20 miles north of Marseille. The renowned post-impressionist painter was born and raised Read More …