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The Paris Girl Look

Editor in Chief by Editor in Chief May 16, 2022

Ines de la Fressange – The Original Paris Fashion Influencer Her name was synonymous with Karl Lagerfeld when he was the KING OF CHANEL. She was the face of CHANEL on the runways and his muse. As the original Fashion… Read More

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Livin’ Large

Alex Verbeek by Alex Verbeek May 6, 2022

New discoveries about other planets expands our view of our own.

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Earth Day 2022

Alex Verbeek by Alex Verbeek April 20, 2022

Kaleidoskope Celebrates Earth Day This year, it will be 60 years since Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was published. The book about the consequences of pesticides is widely regarded as the start of the American environmental movement. Eight years later, Earth Day (officially… Read More

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Letter from the Editor

Editor in Chief by Editor in Chief April 12, 2022

Help UKRAINE by Donating to UNICEF Our hearts and support go out to the people of UKRAINE and their immediate neighbors who are lending a hand to those in need. UNICEF is currently imbedded in key areas of the borders… Read More

A New Year’s Walk

Alex Verbeek by Alex Verbeek January 14, 2022

The Island I Call Home Editor’s Note: Alex Verbeek shares his take on what it’s like to walk his homefront beaches on the coast of a small island in the Netherlands, in the Province of ZEELAND and the island of… Read More

We’ll Always Have Paris, Won’t We?

Alex Verbeek by Alex Verbeek December 27, 2021

Coming Home for One Paris Traveler When I was young, I wanted to travel the world and believed that I would never get tired of exploring new destinations. Now, in my fifties, I haven’t lost that spirit. Like most people,… Read More

Welcome Tablet Hotels + Michelin Guide

Editor in Chief by Editor in Chief June 19, 2021

Tablet Hotels/Michelin Hotel Group joins Kaleidoskope Curated Travel and media group. Relaunching unique travel destinations this summer.

Paris Adventuress: The PODCAST

Editor in Chief by Editor in Chief March 12, 2021

Hosted by Pikke Allen –  Travel Curator Why a Podcast?   Well, I felt like it was time to connect with everyone, and this was a great place to start.  HERE IS THE LINK:   PARIS ADVENTURESS PODCAST PROMO One thing I… Read More

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The Paris Girl Look

Ines de la Fressange – The Original Paris Fashion Influencer Her name was synonymous with Karl Lagerfeld when he was the KING OF CHANEL. She was the face of CHANEL on the runways and his muse. As the original Fashion… Read More

crop field under rainbow and cloudy skies at dayime 1

Earth Day 2022

Kaleidoskope Celebrates Earth Day This year, it will be 60 years since Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was published. The book about the consequences of pesticides is widely regarded as the start of the American environmental movement. Eight years later, Earth Day (officially… Read More

a kid protesting against the war in ukraine

Letter from the Editor

Help UKRAINE by Donating to UNICEF Our hearts and support go out to the people of UKRAINE and their immediate neighbors who are lending a hand to those in need. UNICEF is currently imbedded in key areas of the borders… Read More

A New Year’s Walk

The Island I Call Home Editor’s Note: Alex Verbeek shares his take on what it’s like to walk his homefront beaches on the coast of a small island in the Netherlands, in the Province of ZEELAND and the island of… Read More

We’ll Always Have Paris, Won’t We?

Coming Home for One Paris Traveler When I was young, I wanted to travel the world and believed that I would never get tired of exploring new destinations. Now, in my fifties, I haven’t lost that spirit. Like most people,… Read More

Paris Adventuress: The PODCAST

Hosted by Pikke Allen –  Travel Curator Why a Podcast?   Well, I felt like it was time to connect with everyone, and this was a great place to start.  HERE IS THE LINK:   PARIS ADVENTURESS PODCAST PROMO One thing I… Read More

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Waiting for a Colorful Spring

By Alexander Verbeek On one of the few sunny days of this week, I walked in the streets and parks of Ottawa. As a Dutchman in Canada, I can get used to the extreme cold in the winter, but I… Read More