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Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

Culture: Confessions of an Israeli Folk Dance Addict

The type of dancing that I do is Israeli Folk Dancing. But the movements are nothing like what you might have seen at a wedding or bar mitzvah. While International Folk Dancing strives to be as authentic and traditional as possible, Israeli Folk Dancing prides itself on generating new dances to contemporary and totally eclectic

Friday, December 16th, 2005

Culture: Reno, California: The Brightest Little City in the World

by Peng Ong It all started when my boyfriend received an offer from a relative in Reno to purchase his white Lexus. Considering the long drive from San Francisco, Ricky proposed, why not spend two days in...

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Culture: Canada: J’aime le Quebec!

by Sherrie Bakshi Although I have known French for nearly twenty years, I have never been to France or truly experienced la vie française. But this past June, while on holiday in Montreal and Quebec City, I...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Culture: Argentina: Tango for One

by Jennifer Anthony Dining alone is the true test of a traveling singleton’s confidence, especially in a country as passionate and romantic as Argentina. Yet solo dining is also a way to experience an event with eyes...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Culture: Seville, Spain: Going Tapas (Recipes included)

by Suzanne Dunning It was a sizzling summer afternoon in Seville, Spain. The temperature was well over a hundred, and my backpack felt like it had melted my shirt and adhered to my skin. My feet had...

Tuesday, November 1st, 2005

Culture: Malaysia: A Taste of Kuala Lumpur

by Peng Ong It’s funny; even though I grew up there, Kuala Lumpur is still my favorite place to visit—and my favorite place to eat. With the country’s mix of Chinese, Malay, and Indian cuisines, Malaysia offers...

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

Culture: Croatia: Hvar from Heaven

by Sarah Naimark I might as well be driving the tiny motorboat through the tangerine sunset itself, the way the water reflects the vibrant sky. I stick my hand into the warm sea to reassure my senses...

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