As New Orleans celebrates its annual party this month, Member Joseph Bodenheimer shares his childhood Mardi Gras memories.
The year 1969 was a momentous one. Neil Armstrong took man’s first steps on the moon, Jimi Hendrix played a blazing rendition of the “Star-Spangled Banner” at Woodstock and what we now know as the Internet began to take form. What is lost amid such notable events is the landmark New Orleans Mardi Gras celebration that set the standard for today’s grandiose bash.
The Club is set to host a summer of outdoor fun and discovery for young teens.
The gentle trail that leads to the summit of Mount Annupuri is through a lush forest of native birch, oak and maple trees, a far cry from the cedar- and concrete-covered mountains bordering Tokyo.
Set to speak at the Club next month, Tanja Bach explains how she helps business execs unlock their full potential and thrive.
Good questions lie at the heart of Tanja Bach’s work as a leadership training coach. Bach challenges her clients to find the answers to help them become “unstuck.”
Antarctica might be one of the most inhospitable places on the planet, but it didn’t stop one Club Member lacing up his running shoes for a race there.
The lowest temperature ever recorded is minus 89.2 degrees Celsius, at a Soviet Antarctic research station in 1983. As the coldest, windiest and driest continent on earth, with blizzards and whiteouts that can rage for days on end, Antarctica doesn’t seem the obvious spot for a multistage footrace.