Art & Culture

Dear Diary, Tonight is date number two. And, I’m not that nervous. Well, now that I’m thinking about it, I kind of am. Decisions. Decisions. Decisions. Shall I go with lace? It’s only the second date... Find out what happens in Dear Diary in our Lace & Lingerie, #Md3 for Summer 2017 issue...
Whiskey is a drink that can quench a thirst, soothe nerves and best of all, add to a conversation. While visiting Ireland, we were fortunate enough to tour Jameson Whiskey distillery. As this was quite a few years ago, we thought it would be the perfect time for us...
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London is a must-visit in our London Travel Guide. Among their current exhibits is a special one dedicated to Pink Floyd. "Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains" is an audio-visual journey through 50 years of Pink Floyd, featuring many previously unseen objects. The exhibition includes...
Come 26 May 2017, Bermuda will be welcoming the 35th America’s Cup, presented by Louis Vuitton, for the very first time. America’s Cup dates back to 1851. Six international teams are set to compete and include Artemis Racing (Sweden), Emirates Team New Zealand, Groupama Team France, Land Rover BAR (England),...
On June 6, 2012, Herbert Nitsch dove to 253.2 m (830.8 ft), on a No Limit sled-dive, which would also become a world record dive. But, something happened, something unexpected. Herbert was given the prognosis of being a "wheelchair-bound care-dependent patient". For some, this dive would have ended their career,...
Mona-Jane Hannemann is a self-professed fitness addict, nature obsessed and adrenaline junkie. She is also a mother, a wife and the founder of Rocamoon - a blog dedicated to living a healthy lifestyle. Although from New Zealand, Mona-Jane had been living in Hawaii up until recently when her and her...
The famed Col du Tourmalet sits in the Hautes-Pyrénées in southwest France, near the Spanish border, and it is categorized as an HC climb - a Hors catégorie or simply “beyond categorization. It is a climb that has been featured in the Tour de France (TDF) around 85 times....
“Maui felt home when I landed the first time, which was during a vacation trip. It’s the kind of feeling you sometimes have when you discover a new place. I knew it would be home someday,” shared photographer Franck Berthuot. “Two years later, I quit my job and left...
John d Green was an advertising photographer when he decided to narrow his focus and capture the 60s in a very unique way, in a way that pushed boundaries and allowed the women, which included actresses, models, aristocrats, fashion designers, boutique owners and pop singers, to be themselves, individual...
We were first introduced to Karen M. Edward's work after this year's Tour de France. As you too will soon see, it's her different point-of-view that really struck a cord with us. For Karen, photographing cycling is not just about the riders or the bikes, but about the entire...