VISITING THE USA CAPITAL | Sharon Henry
Donald Trump’s bigly promise to ‘make America great again’ will be orchestrated from here, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, when the new American president moves into the White House in Washington, DC in January 2017.
We were in the
10 GHOSTS OF MARKETING’S PAST | Sharon Henry
Ghost signs – are not, as the name might suggest, indicators to warn you’re being haunted. Rather they are advertising signage left behind by businesses, who in some cases have ‘given up the ghost’ – phantoms if you
Life In One Of The World’s Tiniest Capitals | Sharon Henry
If Joshua Slocum or even the Duke of Wellington were to step ashore in Jamestown, St Helena today, having returned in a time machine, the only thing that might set their alarm bells ringing
A Gallery Walk Through Kensington Market | Sharon Henry
Opinion about graffiti, or street art, is split down the middle; one person’s art is another’s vandalism. Toronto, in Canada, has embraced the culture of graffiti, a move that has boosted the city’s tourism industry.
Top Of The Beanstalk | Sharon Henry
Just like a magic, giant beanstalk would, the Toronto CN Tower demands your attention. Its gangly, rocketing height is hard to ignore, plus the tower pretty much photo bombs every picture you’ll take in the city.
Chewing The Fat In The Windy City | Sharon Henry
They say ‘look up’, as opposed to being fixated to a tiny phone screen. Meaning don’t miss the world around you through trivial distractions, look up. However, in Chicago, all you can do is
DOING THE LOOP | Darrin Henry
Did you know that Chicago is not the windiest city in the United States? In fact, compared to some other cities it’s not even close.
The world’s first skyscraper was constructed in 1885, 130 years ago – in Chicago.
Chicago and jazz and blues music
GATEWAY TO THE WEST ON BUDGET | Sharon Henry
For a city nicknamed ‘Gateway to the West’ we found St Louis, Missouri surprisingly quiet, it wasn’t quite the thoroughfare the name suggests. At first glance it looked a vibrant metropolis, with full car parks
ANISH KAPOOR’S MAGIC BEAN | Darrin Henry “What do you know for sure?” I remember Oprah Winfrey asking Michael Jackson that question; it has stuck in my head ever since. …
COUNTRY MUSIC ON BROADWAY | Darrin Henry
Nashville honky tonks are famous and walking into the two storey Rippy’s Bar with its choice of three live bands in different areas at the same time is in complete contrast to St Helena, where