Okay, maybe this section isn’t all rosy but you probably won’t read it elsewhere.

Father Peter Jackson

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.

Rosés of Southern France

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.

Burton Gintell

Burton Gintell died last week. He will be remembered fondly for his work with the American Club of the Riviera and the community.

International Women’s Day Monaco

March 8 is International Women’s Day. To mark the occasion this Tuesday, I am organising at StarsnBars a collection to support Ukraine and am asking Monaco to stand together from 9-10 am.

Journée Internationale de la Femme Monaco

Le 8 mars est la journée internationale de la femme. A l’occasion de l’événement ce mardi, j’organise au Stars Bars une collecte pour soutenir l’Ukraine et demande à Monaco d’être solidaire de 9h à 10h.

Monaco’s G-Spot

The British news about Sarah Everard’s murder has women talking about safety and harassment The story highlights our hyper-sexualised culture.

Andrée and Michelle

To celebrate National Day on November 19, Monegasques Andrée and Michelle share their stories about growing up in Monaco Ville and how Covid has impacted the community up on the Rock.