day : 28/05/2015 13 results

D’accord, Dakar!

Marche madness, medina strolls and cocktails along the corniche — Sharon Stallworth Nossiter on the perfect way to spend 36 Hours in Dakar. Words Sharon Stallworth Nossiter Photography New York Times Syndicate / News Service

In The Frame

When autumn hits New York, the city’s museums and galleries brim with new exhibitions, international talent and the art aficionados that flock here to enjoy it all. Get a head start on the action. Words Rocky Casale

Wild Adventure

Situated between Monrovia and Freetown, Sierra Leone’s wildlife packed Tiwai Island is a little known coastal paradise that’s well off the beaten track and a richly rewarding experience for those who brave the roads to get there. Words and Photography Larissa Clark
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Cultural Preservers

Belinda Otas meets the pioneering individuals who are devoting their work to preserving Nigeria’s heritage and historical landmarks. Words Belinda Otas

Back To The Future

New book, African Modernism — Architecture of Independence explores the futuristic buildings borne out of African independence, while ‘Africa’ an exhibition to be held at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark explores ways that contemporary African architects are drawing on their country’s heritage. Words Emma Forrest Photography Iwan Baan

Home Grown

Gidi Culture Festival 2015 attracted musical talent from across Africa to Lagos for the ultimate beach party. But there’s more to this burgeoning event than having a good time. Words Helen Jennings

Sunu Street

Photographer Siaka S. Traoré takes to the streets of Senegal on a mission to elevate appreciation for dance, capturing dancers in their own environments. Words Raquel Wilson Photography Siaka S. Traoré

Moveable Feast

BBQ, bourbon, and dining on the water — Summer in New York is a sweltering delight as the food festival season kicks into high gear outdoors. Words Rocky Casale

Imagining Africa

Launches at the forefront of contemporary African design, plus new albums and resources for urban explorers – cultural happenings from June to August and beyond. Words Nana Ocran

Summer of Serenity

From ancient Hungarian massage overlooking London’s Hyde Park to lymph drainage inspired by an elephant’s footsteps — Summer 2015’s brand new spas and treatments offer optimal on-the-road renewal. Words Emma Forrest
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