Blog Profile / Globespotters


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Archived Since:March 23, 2008

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New Trips for Cycling in the City

Bicycle Adventures has new four-day trips in Seattle; Portland and Bend, Ore.; and New York City.

In Newark Airport Lounge, Israeli Art

"Art & Lounge" at Newark Liberty International Airport is a gallery displaying the work of Israeli artists, and a place where kosher food is served.

A New Theater for Cirque du Soleil in Mexico

Cirque du Soleil will have a new stand-alone theater on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Berlin's Best Bets for the Handbag Set

Kimberly Bradley Handmade fabric purses by Claire Chaplain at Les Jolies Choses boutique in Berlin. BERLIN | Every city has its own brand of handbag obsession. If New York is about big-name luxury, Berlin might just be about carrying a bag no one else has - a unique, not necessarily expensive piece, preferably Handmade in Berlin. [...]

Festivities, Military and Otherwise, on France's Big Day

Bastille Day, the French holiday commemorating the storming of the Bastille in 1789 and celebrated all over the world tomorrow, will of course be most intensely feted in the French capital.

Relaxation Now for Those With Labor in Their Future

Sandya Mierswa is taking good advantage of the seeming fecundity of Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood with her spot, Praxis Mamunette.

Fashion and Art Collide in Hong Kong

Sponsored by the Fondation Louis Vuitton pour la Creation, "A Passion For Creation" features works from Louis Vuitton's private collection of contemporary art and design.

Secret Gigs in London for a Cause

Gigs will take place through June at undisclosed clubs and locations in Central London to raise money for a homelessness charity. The exact location remains "hidden" until 24 hours before the show, when a text or email is then sent to ticket holders.

In Beijing, an International Film Festival

This year the program features a set of films about expatriates who have, either by choice or by chance, ended up spending the greater parts of their lives in China.

In Search of Mexican Food in Ol' Blighty

Though there are no taco trucks rolling down the streets of London, there are some cheap and cheerful alternatives.

In Barcelona, Conceptual Art by Cildo Meireles

Not to be missed in Barcelona at the moment is the truly engaging exhibition of Cildo Meireles, a Brazilian conceptual artist, on view at the Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona.

London’s Terminal 5 Blues: An Update and Some Hopeful News

Back in March, I heralded the forthcoming opening of London Heathrow Airport’s new Terminal 5, a majestic building, designed with plenty of space and light by Richard Rogers. The terminal, for the sole use of British Airways customers, promised so much, including speedy check-ins and state of the art baggage handling, which would solve BA’s [...]

Rome: Correggio Steals the Show in Villa Borghese

by Alison Smale The Galleria Borghese in the Villa Borghese is currently host — until Sept 14 — to what it claims is the first monographic show ever devoted to the early 16th century Italian artist known as Correggio (his real name was Antonio Allegri). The exhibit is the 3rd in a series of 10 planned [...]

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