It wasn’t always clear to us whether the featured singer, performing under the moniker “Coco”, was skatting or in fact singing in Chinese, but the jazz was first rate, and JZ Jazz Club will definitely warrant a revisit next time I find myself in Shanghai.
In our second video, we find the Second City second-to-none when it comes to meat-based food groups, live jazz, tourist attractions and more.
Locale: Chicago, Illinois
Date: March 16, 2010
Abstract: Back to basics in Chicago: Deep dish, hot dogs, and live jazz.
In early April I spent two weeks in Korea visiting one of our featured correspondents. We traveled around the peninsula from Seoul to Sokcho, and back to the southern border of modern totalitarianism just for good measure. More posts on this trip are in the works, but in the meantime here are the CliffsNotes to whet your palate.
Dodging a frightful thunderstorm on our second day in Montreal, we head to the open air (but covered, thankfully) Marché Jean-Talon for the city’s freshest eats. There we traded loonies and toonies for fresh fried cod, pork empanadas, juicy tomatoes and no small number of crêpes. Hats off to Legal Nomads for the recommendation.