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Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Culture: Athens, Greece: Working It

by Meegan (a.k.a. Baklava Babe) and Jennifer Hathorne These two Divas really worked it—they managed to go to the Olympics and get paid to do it! Paid to hobnob, paid to schmooze with VIPs…here are two Diva-tastic accounts of the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics, each one highlighting a very unusual football phenomenon. Meegan believes that

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Inspiration: New York, USA: Jackson Five, Terrorists Nothing

by Stephanie Block Where were you on 9/11? I know where I was- on a secret trip to NYC. It didn’t stay secret very long… Crack, crack. Boom, boom. The pyrotechnic canons exploding to Slash’s guitar solo...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Inspiration: Costa Rica: Roughing It

by Emma Introduction by Patti Mangan: Emma has been traveling the world since she was two. I know—I was there at the airport when she threw up all over her mother before boarding her first flight to...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Sol: Urban Sustainable Living

by Stephanie Block Who says you can’t live off the land in the middle of a city? Oakland Sol-ers are doing just that. Their mixed-use building in the heart of East Oakland’s warehouse district hardly strikes one...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Inspiration: Happy Jewish New Year!

by Stephanie Block It’s that time of year again, to say good-bye to good, old 5764 and welcome 5765. It’s the Jewish New Year! The Jewish calendar is a little bit at odds with the Gregorians of...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Indonesia: Beautiful Bali!

by Kristine Ambrose Kristine Ambrose owns a public relations firm in Los Angeles and is an active globetrotter who has some great information to share with Tango Diva readers. During the winter, Kristine is an avid snow...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Culture: The Holiday After-Shopping Party

by Stephanie Block ’Twas two weeks before Christmas, and wouldn’t you know? The Fillmore Street merchants were planning their show. Jazz musicians were diggin’ it, and tuning their pipes, While the boulevard’s trees got dressed with white...

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