The Gary Lachman Interview

(Reposting Interview with Gary Lachman because he has a new book called “Dreaming Ahead of Time: Experiences with Precognitive Dreams, Synchronicity and Coincidence”) “Lachman writes about philosophical and mystical ideas with exceptional grace, forcefulness and clarity.” – The Washington Post. ” The NYT – “Gary Lachman makes ideas thrilling”. Once upon a time Gary playedContinue reading “The Gary Lachman Interview”

‘A Couple of Europhiles’ welcome Victor Janusz to play a few tunes and tell a lot of touching and funny stories.

We like to focus on Europe and politics but every now and then we stray and today – it’s all about the music. (Links available below) For your listening pleasure we welcome Seattle’s Premier Piano Man – Victor Janusz – including a few of his most romantic, jazzy and playful tunes. Through funny and touchingContinue reading “‘A Couple of Europhiles’ welcome Victor Janusz to play a few tunes and tell a lot of touching and funny stories.”

A little film about an extraordinary woman and her tiny food factory; a place where dreams come true.

Some stories are told through food. Soon, I’ll share the story of this extraordinary woman and her famous restaurant located in Cessole, Piemonte. It’s called Ristorante Madonna delle Neve. It’s known far and wide….and soon you’ll know about it too : ) For now, a little film about an amazing woman and the business sheContinue reading “A little film about an extraordinary woman and her tiny food factory; a place where dreams come true.”

Italy and campanilismo; it’s provincial and parochial and it can also be charming and understandable.

What is campanilismo? It’s excessive civic pride, it’s an exaggerated attachment to the customs and traditions of one’s own town. It’s localism, parochialism, similar to provincialism. And here in Piemonte it’s intense, perhaps more evident, than other parts of Italy. It can inspire rivalry and discourage people from working together. It’s also charming and quiteContinue reading “Italy and campanilismo; it’s provincial and parochial and it can also be charming and understandable.”

This time I got interviewed – by Randell Green on Anygivenrunway

It was a trip to think back on all those places, all those cultural cliffs; we jumped off so many. Perhaps too many. Thankfully I kept a blog and a journal along our nomadic life. How could I have remembered the details? If often felt like sensory overload, that low level stress of being anContinue reading “This time I got interviewed – by Randell Green on Anygivenrunway”

Should I stay or should I go – ‘A Couple of Europhiles’ welcome back our man in Scotland: Patrick Evans

Are the Scots truly tired of having their country run by the country next door? At the moment it’s on a knife’s edge. Hopefully the question is put to the Scottish people. Hopefully the facts are put in front and the people can overcome the misinformation that was so prevalent in 2014. We’re happy toContinue reading “Should I stay or should I go – ‘A Couple of Europhiles’ welcome back our man in Scotland: Patrick Evans”

In the land where pasta is al dente and the coffee tastes like a milkshake

Italy’s often considered a country of artisans. What they do well they do better than most – just watching Massimiliano Poggio make a Caffè Shakerato offers an example. Tomorrow Italy begins to open up. I wonder how tourism will unfold. Here in Piemonte they don’t rely on services and tourism, instead they spend most theirContinue reading “In the land where pasta is al dente and the coffee tastes like a milkshake”

A little film about Lake Garda and how comics inspired Gary Lachman to go cosmic.

‘A Couple of Europhiles’ welcome Gary Lachman this week and it’s a trip. We discuss how to keep your mind open to synchronicity and Gary dives deep into mysticism, esotericism as well as imagination and consciousness. As we cycle around the lake you can listen to Gary’s youth and how he graduated from comics toContinue reading “A little film about Lake Garda and how comics inspired Gary Lachman to go cosmic.”

“We keep beating the French, what can I say”

So said Fabrizio Garbarino during our interview this morning. Sig. Garbarino is President of the Roccaverano DOP Coop.; one of 12 interviews for my next book called, “Piemonte; the stories that need to be told”. I mean, it’s one thing to overtake the French in both quality and quantity of wine, which Italy did aContinue reading ““We keep beating the French, what can I say””

What would I say at 57 to me at 44?

Doubt I’d say much to discourage the courage it took to carry on when I was 44 living in Malta. During the low point of our long, nomadic adventure. But that was then and now I was nervous. I was getting ready for my close-up, trying to focus on the questions I’d just received. AnContinue reading “What would I say at 57 to me at 44?”

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