People of Principality.
Entrepreneurs, running non-profits, moms, retired … women on the Riviera have a unique story.
Okay, maybe this section isn’t all rosy but you probably won’t read it elsewhere.
Valbonne was my first home when I moved here more than 20 years ago and the English book shop continues to be a meeting place for the local community. Except it has a new name and new owner. Well, kind of.
Mental health is not a topic historically associated with Monaco. Gavin Sharpe of Riviera Wellbeing seems determined to change that with The Good Life.
Father Peter Jackson of Holy Trinity Church Nice died on August 30. In the words of many, he genuinely was “one of the kindest people I had ever met.” I had the privilege to sit down with him twice, where we discussed how he was in Washington as 9/11 unfolded, driving across the bridge as the Pentagon was hit, and the fundamental human question about how could God allow suffering.
Hard to believe it has been a year since Kate Powers spread her wings. Close friend Rhonda Hudson shares the story behind the new foundation that bears her name.
There are less than 400 people on the planet with a coveted “Master of Wine” certification. Elizabeth Gabay is one of two people in the Alpes-Maritimes with the accreditation. Her second book, Rosés of Southern France, was published earlier this month.