Culture & Art

Festival Images 2016 –  A Festival of Visual Arts

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The charming town of Vevey, located between Lausanne and Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva hosts the Festival Images, Switzerland’s first biennale of photographic visual arts. The festival started in its actual form in 2008 and evolved into a major event. In four editions, it has almost doubled the attendance at each event, from ...

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We Visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum – London

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It was a beautiful sunny day when my uncle and I decided to visit Madame Tussaud’s Museum in London.  The museum is named after Lady Marie Tussaud’s, who was born in France in 1761. She created her first wax sculpture in 1777 and by 1835, Marie had settled down on Baker Street in London where she opened her first museum. Over the years, ...

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The Magical Experience at an Intertribal Indian Pow Wow

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On gloomy Saturday July 18 unusual weather for this time of the year our family went to Moorpark College in the town of Moorpark, California to experience an Indian Pow Wow. There were representatives from a at least a hundred tribes in the US and some beyond our borders.

When we arrived the exciting drumming and chanting made us run to find our viewing ...

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Workshops, talks and lot more at Jumpstart 2014: Lets Play!

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Jumpstart 2014, an event focused on the creation of content for children, was held in Bangalore, India on August 28 at the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan. The event is a platform for professionals and aspirants involved in children’s content across media, including authors, illustrators, animators, designers, publishers and teachers, among several others.

Revolving around the theme, ‘Let’s Play’, the day-long-event hosted speakers of international repute ...

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200th flower show at Lalbagh, Bangalore

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One of the most awaited events in the Garden City of India is the Lalbagh flower show. Every year on Independence Day of India, a flower show is organized at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden in Bangalore. The event is jointly organised by Department of Horticulture and Mysore Horticulture Society of Karnataka.

2014 witnessed a spectacular flower show of herbal garden with 200 medicinal ...

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Chez Bruno – The Art of Truffles

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 “For me there are no great chefs.  The real greatness of a chef can only lie on his simplicity, his humility. He must never forget that the produce is the basis, he must never forget that if he doesn’t use quality produce, the result of his cooking cannot be quality. Take a frozen lobster and give it to Alain Ducasse or to any ...

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Bhoga Nandeeshwara – a 1000 year old temple in India

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Although I have stayed in the city of Bangalore in India for quite some time now, only recently I got a chance to visit one of the oldest temples in the state of Karnataka – the Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple. The temple is about 37 miles from Bangalore and is located in Nandi village near Nandi Hills.

The temple was originally constructed during the 9th ...

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Paris in December through the Lens of the Monaco Reporter

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Visiting the City of Lights

We had a busy agenda in Paris in December, what with a film shooting at the Grand Palais, renewing my passport at the Argentine Embassy, paying a visit to the newly appointed Mexican Ambassador to France and Monaco, all while enjoying walking around the legendary City of Lights.We woke up to a glorious sunrise viewed from our room at ...

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Ringo Starr Rocked MonaoOceanographic Museum

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RINGO STARR INAUGURATES ARTERNATIVELIGHT (3)

On Tuesday, September 24 the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco had a private viewing of the third edition of ARTERNATIVELIGHT exhibition entitled Passion/ Ocean, and the special guest was no other than iconic British pop artist Ringo Starr, ex drummer of the legendary group The Beatles. Ringo, who was looking his best in his typical slim black suit ...

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Tamron Spotlights IPA’s Len Rapoport

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Tips for Shooting a Day in the Big Apple

Len Rapoport uses the 18-270mm VC PZD lens for his city

adventures — plus trade shows and video!

Article By Jennifer Gidman • Images by Len Rapoport – Article has been reprinted from the

Tamron Newsletter – August 2012

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