Archives for Art and culture
Black Friday 2014 does not have to be about buying cheap stuff at big box stores. Consider focusing on durability over discounts instead.
Levi’s and the 49ers recently ran a campaign asking fans to donate used jeans to Bay Area Goodwill stores or at the November 2 game in an effort to reduce textile waste.
Beorum Apparel delivers sustainable merino wool sweaters that are sourced from farms and factories where people, and animals, are treated ethically.
Now Starbucks is whipping a lot of foam, and frenzy, over the “drag queen commercial” it has recently released.
The graffiti can be overwhelming, but Montevideo is home to some brilliant street art.
Completed to mark 100 years of Uruguay’s constitution and the 1930 World Cup, Estadio Centenario is still a spectacular place for an afternoon of football.
The catchy lyrics of Happy are a great backdrop while showing how some expats are having their share of happy days in Montevideo.
Estadio Gran Parque Central is the home of football's soul in Montevideo.
Recently I went to Punta del Este with a friend with to see Gal Costa perform another one of her sterling concerts.
Just a few steps from Montevideo’s stunning Plaza Independencia, Teatro Solis has been the center of culture in Uruguay since 1856.
The renowned Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang has created important new work for a show that has just opened at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai.
It goes without saying that in what was an excellent World Cup, the Luis Suárez bite, and following ban, are among the most memorable incidents of 2014.