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CLASSICAL TRIVIA! – Traveler or Traveller?

CLASSICAL TRIVIA! –  Traveler or Traveller?

Today, when I was proofing Lisa Pasold’s GUEST BLOG on her walks four our Belle Epoque trip to Paris, I came across this phrase, “…writer Emile Zola—whose famed letter J’Accuse courageously spear-headed the defense of Jewish army officer Alfred Dreyfus.” I paused at the word defense. Should it be defence? I […]

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CLASSICAL TRIVIA! Rick Phillips and Ann Kirkland plan to challenge the rules for visitors to the opera in Vienna

Rick Phillips and Ann Kirkland hope you will join them this fall for Sachertorte and Paprikash: Musical Meanderings Along the Blue Danube, September 27 – October 7, 2011. Every Classical Pursuits trip offers the opportunity not only to enjoy the music, art and other cultural aspects of  our destination, but also […]

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CLASSICAL TRIVIA! Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante

CLASSICAL TRIVIA! Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante

    An oil painting of 100 historical personages is one of the Internet’s newest sensations. Figures ranging from Fidel Castro to Shirley Temple are depicted in the large-scale 20′ x 8.5′ (6m x 2.6m) oil painting entitled “Discussing the Divine Comedy With Dante.” The painting also includes world landmarks like the […]

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