In retirement, Loretta continues to pursue her lifelong passion for art and design. In recent years, she has ventured into photography, as it fit perfectly with another joy, traveling, which she loves to do with her daughter, Gitiim.
You may visit Loretta’s Gallery here.
You can find more of Loretta’s work on her webpage: LorettaAlexandra.com
Gitiim Chakamoi, native New Yorker, musician, and traveler, still calls the “Big Apple” home, the New York Yankees, her team, and Gray’s Papaya on Manhattan’s upper west-side, the place to grab the best hot dog ever. On July 14th, 2014, with only that one day to spare, she rode into New York’s mid-town Port Authority terminal, on a Greyhound bus.
If you want to be immersed into the Italian culture, a beautiful home near the hillside town of Arezzo in the Chianti region is the right place for you. While visiting the heart of Tuscany, you can learn how to cook a true Tuscan meal in a family kitchen and participate everyday in Italian language lessons and family life.
You are very welcome to stay in Arezzo, and your Italian and cultural lessons will be combined with guided excursions, cookery lessons, wine tours and “special packages”. Find out about Francesca’s work here.
Visit Francesca’s webpage at Tuscany Italian Homestay.
Michael Limnios has worked and written about the blues for magazines such as “Living Blues”, “Blues at the Foundation” (The Blues Foundation), “Music City” (Nashville Blues Society), Kudzoo Magazine in USA, “O Globo” in Brazil, “Blues & Co” in France, “Twoj Blues” in Poland, “Cultura Blues” in Mexico and “Music Life”, “Rock File (Pop & Rock)”, “Voice”, “Monthly Discography” in Greece. Michael has also written for The Museum of American Poetics webpage. Find out about Michael’s work here.
Visit Michael’s webpage Blues.gr.