Sarah Turnbull “Almost French”

Navigating  the highs and lows of Parisian life. Sarah Turnbull Despite having failed French in her first year at university, Sarah Turnbull moved to this country from Sydney in the mid-’90s after falling in love with a “very French Frenchman.” Her new book, “Almost French,” recounts the charming, true story of a young Australian’s odyssey, “navigating” the highs and lows of Parisian life.

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Sandra Kwock-Silve discusses “Crossings”

 Art, May 1989
While most of France is preparing for the big summer events that will fete  the Bicentennial of the French Revolution, some  85 Hawaiians have traveled halfway around the world to celebrate  the opening of Crossings France-Hawaii.  Art works by 45 contemporary island artists are the focus of the Crossings ’89 exhibit that begins May 22nd at the Mona Bismarck Foundation. Continue reading “Sandra Kwock-Silve discusses “Crossings””