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Cats in Venice

Cats are photogenic. Cats + Venice = uberphotogenic.

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Impressions of an Evening Drink

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Your Challenge: Provide a Caption

Spotted this graffiti on a calle a few years ago. Let’s hear your caption for it! My fun and witty friends Karen and David will be the judges. The person with the winning caption will win a copy of My … Continue reading

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Jonesing for Some Venice

For those readers not familiar with American expressions, to be “jonesing” for something means that you are yearning for it. Craving it. My dictionary says that typically this refers to a drug addiction, but in my case the drug of … Continue reading

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Quattro Minuti con Casanova: Calle del Carbon

In the last few weeks we’ve seen so many images of Venice’s streets submerged under far too much water. As a small antidote, here is a video from a couple summers ago when I visited one of the streets where … Continue reading

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Venetian Emoji #2

What does this emoji signify? And no, the photo is not upside down.  

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Late Afternoon, Again

Another scene from my afternoon stroll.

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Late Afternoon

On a recent walk I became enamored with long corridors, sotoporteghi, and small campi. Here’s one example.

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Venetian Emoji #1

Is this an ancient Venetian emoji?

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Venice, My Muse: An Interview with Andrea Perego

This month you’ll meet another person fascinated with both Venice and Casanova. Andrea Perego is a Berlin-based Italo-Australian journalist and writer.┬áHe lived in Sydney where he worked as a broadcaster journalist for SBS Radio, and in Venice, where he earned … Continue reading

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