Woman Of The Month - Monica Buscaglia

The Riviera Woman continues with the new feature 'Woman Of The Month'. This month we introduce you to Monica Buscaglia.

Every month we will feature a different woman from all walks of life, nationality, profession... If you would like to nominate someone, let us know. Read more

Wednesday, 1 October 2014 0:11    Section: People and Places

Watercolour Courses with Artist Tess Baker

Learn to use water colours in your own way. Enjoy freedom of creation and powers of observation. Artist Tess Baker is running a six week course this November. More details

Sunday, 28 September 2014 8:00    Section: Events
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You are what you eat - part 2

The second and final part of our two-part article on food and the role it has taken in our development as a species. We conclude with vegetarianism and food allergies.

Read on...

Monday, 1 April 2013 0:02    Section: Food and Recipes    Author: Tramontana

You are what you eat - part 1

The news at the moment is full of the horse-meat scandal and many are questioning our attitude to food. There are three primary choices available; carnivore, vegetarian or Vegan, but what do these words actually mean? And what about food allergies? Read on...

Tuesday, 26 February 2013    Section: Food and Recipes    Author: Tramontana

3-D Visionarium

Dolceacqua is best known for the Roman footbridge painted by Claude Monet, but there's an another reason to come to this attractive town; a unique 3-D presentation, the likes of which you'll never experience anywhere else in the world.

Saturday, 22 September 2012    Section: People and Places    Author: Tramontana

European economics for beginners

From a reader's reply to an article in The Guardian online, this explanation can be understood by anyone. Especially if sung to the tune of "There's a hole in my bucket..."

Thursday, 24 November 2011 18:00    Section: General Articles    Author: Tramontana

Remembrance and Nini Rosso    

The Last Post - widely associated with Remembrance - is very similar to a European hit tune of the 1960s. It took me over 40 years but with the help of the BBC and the Internet I eventually found the track I'd last heard when a teenager.

Sunday, 13 November 2011 9:00    Section: General Articles    Author: Tramontana

Tribute to Steve Jobs    

As The Riviera Woman's tribute to Steve Jobs we reproduce the address he gave at Stanford University in 2005. Nothing we say can match the eloquence of this inspirational speech.

Thursday, 6 October 2011 7:00    Section: People and Places    Author: Tramontana

Soup In A Roll

Soup in a roll - A great idea for a springtime outdoor work break.

Wednesday, 23 February 2011 12:49    Section: Food and Recipes    Author: Tramontana

Multitasking Madness

It's true - women are better at it than men. But that doesn't make it a Good Thing...

Friday, 21 January 2011 14:01    Section: General Articles    Author: Tramontana

Country Quiche

A vegetarian quiche that uses up anything left-over in the veg basket.

Saturday, 20 November 2010 18:25    Section: Food and Recipes    Author: Tramontana

I like Marmalade

Marmalade is simple to make and the fruit is all around, much of it unwanted. So why waste it?

Wednesday, 24 February 2010 21:27    Section: Food and Recipes    Author: Tramontana
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