TIO NZ: Martinborough to Wellington

Posted on: November 17th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

In the very first story we posted for this trip, we mentioned how Maori lore describes New Zealand’s North Island as a great fish that got plucked from the sea. Today, […]

TIO NZ: Hawke’s Bay, Napier & Hastings

Posted on: November 16th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

We now know for sure where Little Bo Peep’s charges got off to. Only several days into New Zealand and there is absolutely no doubt. Sheep salted the landscape, 50 […]

New Chapter, Same Culture for BootDoctors

Posted on: November 14th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

Earlier this month the beloved, family-owned Telluride (and Taos) gear shop, BootDoctors, put out the word it sold to Christy Sports LLC, one of the largest winter sport retailers in […]

TIO New Zealand: North Island, So Far

Posted on: November 13th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

In Aotearoa, in the Maori’s “land of the long white cloud,” the adventure began for us on New Zealand’s North Island, according to legend, “the fish pulled from the sea […]

7 Reasons to Remain Single

Posted on: November 6th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

Choosing to remain single does not mean choosing to be unromantic. It could be a very evolved choice. We are curating this story from the Huff Post, who curated it […]

Best Workout For Your Personality?

Posted on: November 5th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

When it comes to choosing the best exercise for your personality, it turns out one size (or exer-size) does not fit all. Turns out some people just aren’t treadmill people; […]

Telluride Film Fest: “Lady Bird” Flying High

Posted on: November 5th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

Though it is not the point of the exercise – because the Telluride Film Festival is about the art, not the business of film-making – it does seem to come […]

TIO, LA: Skirball Center, Celebrating Diversity

Posted on: November 4th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

The visit to the Noah’s Ark at the Skirball Cultural Center was an afterthought. After all, the award-winning space was designed as a play area largely for families and kiddos. The truth […]

TIO LA: Chagall at LA County Museum

Posted on: November 4th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

The German art critic Karl With, who published a life of Marc Chagall in 1923, began his book with two definitions: “Chagall is Russian” and “Chagall is an eastern Jew […]

Sheridan Arts Foundation: Winter 2017-2018 Lineup

Posted on: November 4th, 2017 by Susan Viebrock No Comments

The Sheridan Arts Foundation (SAF), the non-profit that owns and operates the historic Sheridan Opera House, is proud to present its winter 2017-2018 schedule, chock-full of live music and theater. Featured […]