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Sri Lanka’s Buddhist Trail

November 27, 2014

Follow in the Buddhist Footsteps in Sri Lanka

For those that want to head off the main busy tourist paths of Sri Lanka - why not slow down and follow in the footsteps of our newest A Magazine contributor, Rakhee Ghelani, as she takes us on a journey along Sri Lanka’s Buddhist trail, that includes ancient ruins, temples of peace and tranquility and climbing a rock fortress.

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Christopher Hodges on Chuck Close

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November 27, 2014

Interview with Christopher Hodges with the Director of Utopia Art Sydney

Following on the highly successful opening of the MCA's Chuck Close exhibition, Julia Champtaloup talks with Christopher Hodges, Director of Utopia Art Sydney who shares insights into the man himself.

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24 Hours in Miami

November 28, 2014

Heading to Art Basel? Where to Stay, Eat and Shop in Miami

Art Basel, the annual art festival which takes place in Miami in the first week of December will soon be upon us, with many New Yorkers flocking south, away from the arctic temperatures already hitting the Big Apple.

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A Day in Palm Springs

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November 28, 2014

Our top 10 picks - Palm Springs, USA

Evoking images of Slim Aarons’ famous 1970s series, Palm Springs is all about ultimate relaxation. Situated in the middle of the Coachella Valley, this small, but spread out, city boasts good weather the year ‘round. No wonder celebrities like Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack flocked here during the middle of last century.

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The Beevangelista strikes again

November 19, 2014

Interview with Doug Purdie, Sydney's Bee Keeper

In a high rise urban setting you don’t often expect to find bee hives. Check in with Doug Purdie, Sydney’s self proclaimed Beevangelista and you might just find out where he has stashed a few. Balconies, restaurant and hotel rooftops and kitchen gardens can offer bee sanctuaries in our urban sprawl.

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