My friend, Erica, has written a more in-depth post on Huffington Post about Rome based apps. I’m writing about my top three. I receive a lot of e-mails asking me where to eat in Rome. I love to cook and have my favorite restaurants, but I’m by no means an expert. Instead, I suggest people … Continue reading Traveling To Rome? You Need These Apps.
Italy upsets Germany. Justice Roberts surprises many. Nadal is out. There was major celebrating in Rome last night. Mario Balotelli was on fire. Love this photo of him and his mom. Continue reading A Day Of Upsets.
I’m in shock. Nobody outside her immediate family knew she was even ill. Here’s a link to the ABC News breaking report about her death. While she may be better known for her films, Nora was also a very witty journalist/novelist. Her book “I Feel Bad About My Neck” is hilarious. Nora and her words … Continue reading RIP Nora Ephron
The weather is glorious today in Rome. It’s sunny, not too hot, and there’s a nice breeze. It’s very Caribbean-ish. Thus, I felt the need to buy some mangoes and to play some salsa. I listened to a lot of salsa when I was younger. My dad loved it. One of my former babysitters (when … Continue reading Buon Weekend: A Little Salsa From Jerry Rivera
There’s some great news here at AGD. Thanks to a referral, I have recently signed a new client. I won’t be posting any photos of her as she’s not on Twitter and doesn’t have a blog. My client’s main goals are to update her work wardrobe and to buy several pieces for upcoming events. The challenge … Continue reading Style Inspiration For A New Client
Victoria Hagan is one of the most respected interior designers in America. Since founding her firm 20 years ago, Ms. Hagan has built a reputation for designing classic yet modern spaces. I love her work and couldn’t wait to read her book. I highly recommend it. Ms. Hagan’s book showcases three portfolios, Waterside, City, … Continue reading I Libri: Victoria Hagan – Interior Portraits