Tango Diva : Travel Stories for Women, by Women



Monday, October 24th, 2005

Visionaries: Angie Ruiz: Rising and Wandering Star

by Callie Silver and Stephanie Block When actress and activist Angie Ruiz is not rubbing elbows with the likes of Richard Gere, she opts to explore the Egyptian pyramids and to volunteer in East Africa. An officer, a gentleman, and King Tut? Why not! Angie makes it a point to imprint the world with her

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

Inspiration: Australia By Mistake

by Katherine Losse I ended up in Australia by mistake. I was supposed to go to London for the semester, but due to some anonymous, last-minute bureaucratic incompetence, I ended up bound for Sydney instead. I told...

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

Inspiration: Venice to Vienna: A Night on the Surrealism Express

by Nancy Davis Kho I was a college exchange student studying in Vienna, and had planned to meet an American friend in Florence so we could explore Italy together during Spring Break. But when I reached Florence...

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

Culture: France: Four Days in Paris

by C.J. Weshinskey National Geographic hosted a seminar in Paris, the focus of which was photography and travel, my two favorite things. I had always wanted to see Paris: the romance, the mouth-watering delicacies, the architecture. Before...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2005

Culture: Fiji: The Other Side of Paradise

by Ashley Roof “Oh friends, last night I drank so much grog, it was really very bad…. But don’t worry, I drank enough beer to get over it!” (Maniacal, drunken laughter interrupted by the Holden hatchback stalling...

Tuesday, October 4th, 2005

Visionaries: Paula Cordeiro, Education Diva

From college days in Spain and family vacations in Portugal to stints in Venezuela and trips to Morocco, Paula Cordeiro’s curriculum vitae reads like an adventure novel. It’s hard to believe that in between these adventures, she’s...

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Culture: Latvia: Very Varaklani

by Stephanie Block We could almost hear a fiddler on the roof as the small van pulled into the village of Varaklani, two hours outside of Riga. This is where, pre-pogroms, my ancestors once lived, and we...

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