Monthly Archives: August 2017

Houston, Harvey, and survivor guilt

Originally posted on Feminist Philosophers:
from Houston: It is very difficult to live in the middle of a catastrophe even if you have survived relatively unharmed. The grief feels palpable, though that sense may be due to the fact that…

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How Corbyn Infiltrated Popular Culture

Originally posted on Incite:
By Felice Southwell There are many festival chants you’ll hear over the summer in muddy fields up and down the country, but the most recent shows exactly how the Labour Party leader has successfully infiltrated the…

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Valencia, Spain

Originally posted on Stay Young Nomads:
Ratings Cost: 3/5 Tourist Friendliness: 4/5 Transportation: 4/5 Food: 4/5 Nightlife: Overview Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, is known for it’s unique fusion of the old and the new. Parts of the…

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Nina Miranda – Interview

Originally posted on Ross Cullen:
She first came to prominence in 1997, as her band Smoke City’s ‘Underwater Love’ reached #4 in the UK charts. Now, 20 years on, Nina Miranda is finally releasing her first solo album. After a…

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Mexican Street Artist Farid Rueda

Originally posted on WORDVIRUS:
Mexican Street Artist Farid Rueda

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On The Plate: Grub

Originally posted on Let There Be Words:
Where: Mayfield? Near Piccadilly station in a building site with fairy lights Price: ‘Trendy’ (overpriced) Tastiness Factor: 2-10 Return Custom: Maybe during the afternoon, if it is nearby What can’t fairy lights do?…

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Xanthi folklore: the cultural mosaic of Greece

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Xanthi is a city full of folklore tradition! The old town with the paved alleys and the architectural blend of traditional houses supported by wood or old brick merchant mansions. Xanthi is also known as the city of the thousands colors…

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Leeds West Indian Carnival 2017

Originally posted on Inside a Mind:
It was the 50th year of the carnival, located in the Chapeltown area of Leeds, not far from my Granny’s house. Older than Notting Hill Carnival, but the meaning is the same – to…

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Amazonia: The Shaman and the Mind of the Forest

Originally posted on pigeonfiles:
Recently, I played tourist and went to the Point-à-Callière Museum in Old Montreal to see the exhibit on Amazonia: The Shaman and the Mind of the Forest. I am always drawn to exhibits about South America…

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DELICIOUS BRAZILIAN CARROT/CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

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