The Jazz Circuit Darling of Buenos Aires

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Interviews , On Stage , Reviews , Travel
Grisel D'Angelo seems to be everyone's favorite these days. She has performed in all the hottest jazz clubs in town. She has also traveled the world singing in front of Presidents and other famous dignitaries. So when I got an invite by the Buenos Aires jazz club Jazz Voyeur, where I had been before to do a review, I accepted. After all, it's only two blocks from my flat :) Nonetheless, I'm glad I attended. The show was a lot of fun, as she mixed Gershwin with James Bond title [...] Read more

Dojo Izakaya Converts to Sushi Dojo NYC Noodle House

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Business , Interviews , Travel

I’ve eaten at the highly acclaimed Sushi Dojo NYC (on 1st Ave in the East Village) before, as well as their sister restaurant Dojo Izakaya, Recently they converted that to the Sushi Dojo NYC Noodle House. So I stopped in to find out why.

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Molly Brown House: A Hidden Treasure In Denver

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Reviews , Travel

You may not know the name Margaret Brown, but how about the Unsinkable Molly Brown?  Yes, I thought so. Nonetheless, there is so much you can learn at the Molly Brown House Museum in Denver, Colorado that it might just surprise you.

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Wild Animal Sanctuary: A Mile Into The Wild and Wildlife Rescue

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Interviews , Reviews , Travel

Wild Animal Sanctuary rescues Lions and Tigers and Bears Oh My! To be more accurate, 43 African Lions, 14 Mountain Lions, 70 Tigers, 87 Bears, 28 Wolves, as well as many other species; all of them carnivorous — with the exception of a single porcupine and a camel: a total of 290 animals, are all part of an animal rescue.

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Vagabond in Bangalore India: Culture Shocks

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: India Travel Log , Travel

The last thing I wanted to encounter in a foreign country was Americanized chains.  However, during my couple of days withstanding Gandhi’s revenge, I’m quite glad they were here.

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