California, the home of Beach Culture
With its origins in Hawaï, surfing developed in California nearly a century ago due to the efforts of a man named Duke. Ever since this sport has been an integral part of West Coast American culture associated with sun, girls in bikinis and nice cars. In 2011 this legendary beach culture is still truly alive and kicking.
MICHELIN Guide Washington 2017 : 12 restaurants earn stars
The selection of the first MICHELIN Guide Washington 2017 reveals the revival and great potential of the local culinary scene. With its own culinary identity centred on "Mid-Atlantic cuisine", over the last few years the culinary scene in Washington has undergone some profound changes that have made its local cuisine among the most dynamic in the world.
Portland Art Museum mounts the largest Warhol print retrospective ever
This major exhibition of approximately 250 Andy Warhol prints and ephemera from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his family foundation will be the most comprehensive display of the Pop Art master’s prints ever mounted, spanning two floors of the Museum and including instantly recognizable images such as Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup Can and Marilyn Monroe.