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Going to Venice, Italy? Don't buy anything in Venice until you read this book! If you're traveling to Venice, Italy, you want to go home with a special souvenir: a piece of Murano glass, a work of Burano lace, a carnival mask, or one of the city's famous luxury fabrics. But selecting which mask or which goblet to buy can be an intimidating experience. How do you know if you're buying something authentic, something made in Venice, something made in a traditional way? How do you determine if you've fallen prey to one of the city's many tourist traps? Buyer Beware: Venice is full of tourist traps and mass-produced souvenirs passed off as authentic. Do you know how to tell the treasures from the trash? In Venice, it's not easy to tell the treasures from the trash. This is true now more than ever before, as increasing numbers of carnival masks, glass, and other souvenirs flood into Venice, imported from overseas and passed off as authentic. There is no substitute for an educated buyer. Laura Morelli leads you to the city's most authentic arts-the centuries-old trades of mask making, glass blowing, wood turning, silk spinning, and other traditions. Wouldn't you rather support authentic Venetian master artisans than importers looking to turn a quick profit without any connection to Venice at all? Venice boasts some of the most famous artistic traditions in the world. Here's what you need to know about them. Laura Morelli leads you beyond the souvenir shops for an immersive cultural experience that you won't find in any other guidebook. This indispensable guide includes practical tips for locating the most authentic goods in one of the busiest tourist destinations in the world. Packed with useful information on pricing, quality, and value, and with a comprehensive resource guide, Laura Morelli s Authentic Arts: Venice is the perfect guide for anyone wanting to bring home the unique traditions of La Serenissima. Artisans of Venice is the companion to this book, bringi
: Because of important family business, I will be away from my office next weekend and the weekend following that. So I will not be posting on my blog January14th or 21st. Instead, I am posting the January 14th blog early, on Tuesday, January 10, and it will remain at the top of the blog until January 28, when I'll be back. On this second post for the month of January 2017, I am presenting stories submitted by friends of The Joy of Story. The prompt I assigned was “I took a trip on a train. (For those who don’t know, an earworm is a song that plays over and over in the Muzak of your mind, a snatch of a song you can’t get rid of. ) The song was “I Thought About You,” with music by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Johnny Mercer. I like the song a lot, but I was getting sick of hearing it by the time it moved on, only to be replaced by another The first line of the song is “I took a trip on a train,” which makes it qualify as a train song. The singer/narrator is on a train, having left a loved one at home. There is a suggested element of regret that the lovers parted, and the outbound traveler has a strong wish to return and patch thing up. The story has conflict, choice, and change, not to mention scene and plot and characters. The plot is more hinted at than told, and the choice and change are forecasted not shown, but that’s okay. By the way, other train songs from the Great American Songbook are “Sentimental Journey” and “Chattanooga Choo Choo. ” Remarkably, these songs both tell a similar story, but in these stories the travelers have bought their tickets and are ready to board the train home. Well, this week’s 99-ers took this reader for a number or train rides, and some describe good scenery and others have believable characters. Some of them, though, lack plot, conflict, choice, and change. I hope I’ll see more of these essentials in next month’s stories. The prompt for next month is “I can’t give you anything but love.
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