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- Weaponized Soup Soon to Defeat Savoyard Raiders (Again) at Geneva City Walls 1 day ago 'Twas a cold December night in 1602 when a woman carrying a cauldron of dangerously steaming soup spied Savoyard soldiers attempting to storm the city walls. The rest is scalding history and legend, and is the reason for Geneva's proudest, most colorful annual festival, coming up Dec. 9th.
- New Fave Burger Joint 1 week ago Today in Pâquis, Geneva's intriguing neighborhood full of immigrants and Swiss who run cafés, restaurants, and other, ahem, businesses, I had the luck of the flâneur. Flâneurs are people who simply wander to see what they may discover. Today this flâneur found The Hamburger Foundation, his...
- Charlie Chaplin is Alive and Still Funny in Vevey, Switzerland 3 weeks ago Charlie Chaplin, one of the immortals of cinema tragi-comedy, now has his own museum in Vevey, Switzerland, just outside of Montreux. You can get a little glimpse here at my latest story for Le News, Chaplin's World. And a few more photos:
- Frankenstein's Monster's First Murder in Geneva 2 months ago We've always felt sorry for Dr. Frankenstein's creature, haven't we? Like all of us, he didn't ask to be born -- nor to become an early empathetic anti-hero. Why did he kill? Will he ever find his bride? His soul? What will he do if he ever finds Dr. Frankenstein again? His questions still walk...
- Only One Day in Geneva? Seriously? 2 months ago No worries. You can see a lot even if you only have one day in Geneva. Here's my story in Le News. Plus three more pix from last autumn at beautiful Parc des Bastions. Parc des Bastions Giant chess at Parc des Bastions The Protestant Reformation's Founding Fathers still thinking about...
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