Articles by Lawrence Davis
The thing that strikes me the most about Switzerland when I arrive at the airport in Zurich is how calm and orderly everything is, or at least it seems so.
Think of Switzerland and you think mountains, banking, chocolate, cheese, the Swiss Guard and The League of Nations.
Cate Blanchett is a versatile Australian actress showing that talent really does get noticed in Hollywood.
Angelina Jolie is the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. I can't think of a better person for the job.
If you are looking for a hip little island in the Caribbean where celebrities such as Mick Jagger hang out and unwind, then look no further than the pear-shaped coral island of Barbados
Of course you want to marry a handsome man, but what about all those other qualities that are equally important. You know, like smart, dangerous, emotional, intelligent ...
We were told that the Castilla y Leon Region is not normally the ideal place to visit on a first trip to Spain, especially if you're looking for a tourist destination. However...
Inexperienced travelers and even unsuspecting seasoned globetrotters never know what kind of trouble they can get into anymore as they travel the world.
This book explains 21 step-by-step meditations that lead to increasingly peaceful and beneficial states of mind.
"The Creative Habit: Learn it and Use if For Life" by Twyla Tharp is a practical guide for both creative types and businesspeople
My trip to Anguilla began uneventful enough as I trudged through the St. Martin airport, caught the Win Air connecting flight to St. Barts and then on to my final destination.
Mediterraneo makes you want to dance; the tango, the flamenco, or simply pick up a guitar and play along - it's Antoine at his best and in his element.
Sahara Lounge has an impressive sound all the way through full of laid-back fusions from the Middle East that promise a cutting-edge sound - everything from electronica to hip-hop to remixes.
If your idea of cozy night at home is to cruise the old reruns for a dose of warm and fuzzy nostalgia television, then tune in to the TVLand Awards on March 17, 2004
Join one of LA's greatest charites for their 11th Annual Wine Tasting and Auction as they bring together the most incredible restaurants in Los Angeles and the finest wineries from all over the world.
Most people take the following route to raw foods: they go vegetarian, then vegan then raw. Some take the new shortcut; cooked directly to not cooked.
It's simply the story of two kids who fall in love in a city in the middle of a water shortage
Winner Of The 2002 Tony Awards Triple Crown, Best Music Best Book Best Direction
In traditional Carnivale style, masks and black tie are optional, fun and festivities are not! Bring a date or gather a group of friends and buy a table; this is an evening not to be missed!
Celebrate "Little Black Dress Day". Wear a "Little Black Dress" to a social occasion and give excess formal wear or business clothes to charity
Nooo, he wasn't Danny DeVito or one of the Munchkins. And, if it weren't so funny, it would have been sad.
Tired of seeing movies with no plot-lines and predictable endings? Have I got the action thriller for you. "Spartan" is definitely not a "Wait-for-video" film.
Approximately 500 local guests will gather to celebrate, dance and gamble and
Reality TV Celebrities from: Survivor, For Love or Money, The Bachelor, House of Dreams, The Apprentice, Adventures in Love will be running their gaming tables!
- That most romantic of all fairytales, CINDERELLA, is being held over at Santa Monica Playhouse, Saturdays and Sundays at 12:30 and 3:00pm, through March 28, 2004
The Jewish Heritage Program at Santa Monica Playhouse is proud to announce a newly reworked production of "AUTHOR! AUTHOR! - an evening with SHOLOM ALEICHEM", the longest running Jewish musical in L.A. theatre history
The Humane Society of the United States Celebrating its 50th Anniversary Presents The 18th Annual Genesis Awards Saturday, March 20th, 2004 At the Beverly Hilton Hotel
Anyone who is privileged enough to own dirt in southern California is all too familiar with its very poor quality.
Critically-acclaimed comedy about homophobia in the African American community tackles provocative subject with wit and humor.
The Fountain Theatre presents the West Coast premiere of Daisy in the Dreamtime by Lynne Kaufman, the true story of the first white woman to live among the Aborigines and enter the "Dreamtime."
Ever wake up wondering, "Whose life is this, and how did I get here?" an absurdist domestic comedy, by playwright Jennie Webb
The New York International Music Festival is delighted to return to Los Angeles from March 4 through the 7th. Singers and bands in all musical genres will be showcasing their talents in front of influential members from the entertainment industry.