Culture & Art

Pinault Collection Leaves Venice Spends Summer In Monaco

Posted July 13, 2014 by Celina Lafuente de Lavotha

Art Lovers opened on July 12 and will remain at the Space Ravel of the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco until September 7, exhibiting forty superb works of art from the incredible Pinault Collection, including fifteen never exposed outside their permanent home in Palazzo Grassi-Punta della Dogna in Venice.

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Artist

Paléo Festival 2013 – Nyon, Switzerland

Posted July 28, 2013 by IMPress Archives

Le 38ème Paléo Festival de Nyon a ouvert ses portes Mardi 23 Juillet pour une semaine de musique, de découverte et de fête. Quelque 230 000 spectateurs sont attendus en six jours et six nuits sur la plaine de l’Asse.

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Audio Recording

Our Most Extensive Coverage-2015 PhotoPlus Expo New York-11 Video Interviews

Posted November 1, 2015 by Len Rapoport

Our 5 Minute Show Recap Video This turned out to be our largest PhotoPlus Show coverage in the many years we have covered PhotoPlus New York.  With such a popular show for all of us that are photographers both beginners and pros, this is the one show that we have an opportunity to actually see […]

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Animals & Pets

2012 Australian Equitana at Melbourne

Posted November 28, 2012 by IMPress Archives

  This years  Australian Equitana was held at the Melbourne Show Grounds attracting under 60,0000 people from around Australia and from all over the world. More than 300 exhibitors attended the four day event making it the biggest equine event in the Southern Hemisphere. Australian Equitana attracted some of the world’s best equine presenters.  Experts […]

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Dining

La Colombe D’Or in St. Paul de Vence – The Legend Goes On

Posted August 21, 2014 by Celina Lafuente de Lavotha

A visit to La Colombe D’Or restaurant in the fortified village of Saint Paul de Vence in the South of France feels more like visiting an art exhibition. Paul Roux and his family have been at the helm of this legendary restaurant and hotel for almost a century. They have been amassing an incredible collection of 20th century art when they started to accept works of art as payment for their meals from artists like Picasso, Matisse, Miro, Calder, Leger, Chagall and many more. In spite of its rich history, its simple menu, good service and relaxed atmosphere is exactly what you expect from an establishment run by a family.

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Editorials

“60 Seconds in Kuala Lumpur”

Posted June 1, 2012 by IMPress Archives

Traveling to Asia is traveling with a sense of spirituality, very different from the Wests materialism and servitude to the one hundredth of a second. But East and West have many things in common many moments of harmony. Although the countries in South East Asia have easily adopted and adapted some of the every day […]

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Carribean

The Ultimate Guide To RCL’s Anthem of the Seas – Pre-Inaugural Cruise

Posted November 13, 2015 by Len Rapoport

Our History With Royal Caribbean Many of my readers know from my past articles, videos and photos that I love to cruise.  RCL happens to be my favorite cruise line because I am not 18 years old and not over the hill either. Booze cruises and belly flop contests are not what I would call […]

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Auto Racing

Historic Motor Racing / Spa 6 Hours 2013

Posted January 6, 2014 by Marcel Hundscheid

Historic Motor Racing in Europe is very popular nowadays. In earlier articles published on IPA we featured the Spa Classic in Belgium as well as the Oldtimer Grand Prix on the Nürburgring. In Belgium, France, Germany and the UK, big classic motor racing events are held yearly. In this article we feature the Spa 6 […]

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Editorials

The Supreme Court Gets It Wrong On Health Care

Posted June 28, 2012 by IMPress Archives

  The United States has a long history of trying to help it’s citizens obtain medical care and find a form of economic stability during their retirement years. First proposed by President Lyndon Johnson, Medicare became the law of the land on July 30, 1965. Like other Great Society ideas, its cost was never fully […]

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