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by Stephen Kaye in Features
Sun Sep 25th, 2016

Photos from Italy by Stephen Kaye

We ran into Marie Antoinette's brother Joseph (Joseph II) whose hat caused a stir at the Court in Genova. He certainly evokes an imperial...

by Our Web Mechanic in Features
Sat Sep 24th, 2016

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by Stephen Kaye in Features
Sat Sep 24th, 2016

Photos by Stephen Kaye

The Duke of Savoy's summer houses had columns, but some went missing when Napoleon's army stopped by

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by Stephen Kaye in Features
Thu Sep 22nd, 2016

We were bidden to a garden. We left Turin at eight and headed towards the Alps and the pointed peaks gleaming white. The garden was in a country estate of...

by Marcia Alexander in Features
Tue Sep 20th, 2016

Longtime Millbrook resident Clark Worswick, whose amazing career has carried him through one adventure after another around the globe, is a village treasure.  Born in Berkeley, California, he was well...

International Peace Day at United Nations
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Features
Tue Sep 20th, 2016

The World Peace Prayer Society (WPPS) has been working with the UN Department of Public Information for 19 years on the International Day of Peace outreach, theme, and annual video...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Mon Sep 19th, 2016

Photos by Stephen Kaye

A family portrait: Rameses II with his children. One of the more intimate portraits captured in stone at the Turin Egyptology Museum....

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Mon Sep 19th, 2016

Torino (Turin) is opening up to travelers. Besides the Slow Food Festival whose white tents line the main square and several streets, there is the Mito September Music Festival with...

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