Reflecting on Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below

Live from Sicily! Reflecting on Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below. What a joy it was to co-host this spiritual journey with wellness practitioner Tony Allicino! From experiencing The Trojan Women in Siracusa’s Teatro Antico to inhaling the sky at the Teatro Andromeda in Santo Stefano Quisquina to infusing our prayers into our…

Day 12 of Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below | Transformation

Live from Sicily! Day 12 of Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below | Transformation. The town of Salemi (led by Visit Borgo Salemi) displayed to us its rich culture of ritual bread making for San Giuseppe. The Azienda Cucchiara served us an outstanding lunch of products from their farm, including the freshest cannoli…

400 Stations And Counting

My friends Robert and Mary Carey at RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa are celebrating that their program is now broadcasting on more than 400 radio stations in the United States. That’s pretty neat! Check out the show at https://rmworldtravel.com/ You can also hear it on TuneIn.com. In 2017, when they wanted…

Sicily’s Cake: Cassata

There is much debate about the origins of cassata cake, but one thing is clear: it is as elaborate as the Baroque architecture one finds throughout Sicily–and it is as decadent. So much so, that until the mid-20th century, cassata was only eaten by the masses on Easter Sunday. Cassata is made up of sponge…