Monthly Archives: March 2015

Urban Gardening Blossoming in Copenhagen

14 years ago, I sat on a roof terrace bathed in sunshine, witnessing a stunning view of Christianhavn’s sea of red roof-top tiles that was worthy of Tuscany in another century. This roof-top experience, was the result of Hanne and Peter Lind Bonderup´s vision and hard work, transforming a small apartment into a wonderful, engaging residential space […]
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Nothing standard about The Standard

There was something utterly exotic entering the dark and luscious world of The Standard Jazz Club on a late Thursday afternoon with the sun still shimmering on Copenhagen’s waterfront. Accompanied by my two jazz aficiondos, Jette and Pia, our expectations of a melodic experience of the highest caliber were naturally high, especially with the Doky brothers and […]
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Copenhagen: On The Trail Again

Half way through March and Copenhagen’s parks and pathways around the harbor are calling their Spring lament, enticing that growing global tribe, the urban runner. My own trainers have miraculously found their own way to a visible corner of my apartment and it is only a matter of time before we are re-united. If not walking […]
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