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Mourning the Death of a Muckraker in Malta
Sekt in Vienna The new delicatessen on the corner seems to sell pasta, condiments, wine, and not much else. But they have a couple of metal tables set outside, and it’s an unseasonably warm day in Vienna, pushing 70 degrees Fahrenheit in mid-October. There are 72 hours left before... Read more
#Resist in Virginia, with Love and Proper Beer
Sekt in Vienna The new delicatessen on the corner seems to sell pasta, condiments, wine, and not much else. But they have a couple of metal tables set outside, and it’s an unseasonably warm day in Vienna, pushing 70 degrees Fahrenheit in mid-October. There are 72 hours left before... Read more
Absinthe, Meet Tropical Slushie Cocktail
Cocktails in St Augustine Down the bar from us sat a 20-something couple. She’d ordered what looked like an adult shaved ice. Taking picture after picture, she said with a laugh, “I don’t want to drink it.” What’d she order, I asked the bartender. A Cabana Boy. The bartender... Read more
Water, Water, Everywhere
Clear waters surround Isla Grande, an island that’s little more than a leisurely hour-long boat ride off the coast of Cartagena. Part of the Coral Islands of Rosario, the archipelago is considered to be the “Caribbean of Colombia,” marked by beautiful scenery but also sweltering heat and humidity. With... Read more
Remember, People: Do Not Get in the Car with the Self-Professed Bad Man
Sekt in Vienna The new delicatessen on the corner seems to sell pasta, condiments, wine, and not much else. But they have a couple of metal tables set outside, and it’s an unseasonably warm day in Vienna, pushing 70 degrees Fahrenheit in mid-October. There are 72 hours left before... Read more
The Three Things You Must Do in Veracruz
Lechero in Veracruz They say there are three things one must experience when visiting the port of Veracruz: the aquarium, the biggest in Latin America; live street music and dancing; and lechero, the famous coffee, served in the 200-year-old Gran Cafe de la Parroquia. It’s was a typical Saturday... Read more
Of Shrimp and Petroleum

Of Shrimp and Petroleum

Travel October 16, 2017 0

After the festival, the King’s obligations are finished. The Festival Queen is either invited or contractually obligated to attend a certain number of other festivals throughout the state, so at any given festival you have a whole coterie of Queens wandering the grounds in their crowns and identifying sashes.... Read more
Let’s Drink to One Last Fascist-Free Weekend
Sekt in Vienna The new delicatessen on the corner seems to sell pasta, condiments, wine, and not much else. But they have a couple of metal tables set outside, and it’s an unseasonably warm day in Vienna, pushing 70 degrees Fahrenheit in mid-October. There are 72 hours left before... Read more
Go On Vacation And We'll Tell You Which Stunning Hotel To Stay At
Go On Vacation And We’ll Tell You Which Stunning Hotel To Stay At You got: Singita Lebombo, South Africa This luxury resort in Kruger National Park is worthy of a once-in-a-lifetime safari getaway. The 13 glamorous suites are built into the trees overlooking the N’Wanetsi River. You may never... Read more
What’s Next for Kurdistan?
Hadees Ahmad has lived through almost all those 100 years of waiting. Born at the end of the First World War, Hadees grew up right after the Kurds were sidelined by the 1916 British-French agreement that carved up the flailing Ottoman Empire into today’s borders (give or take some... Read more