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Can We Also Get Drunk With This Badass Centenarian Female USSR Combat Aviator Pls?
Beer in New York City The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)—the World Cup for IR nerds and New York City’s annual gridlocked, diplomatic, securitized circus of oft-cursed proportions—kicked off its high-level week on Monday. Hundreds of heads of state made their way to midtown Manhattan to deliver important foreign... Read more
A Bakery in a War Zone

A Bakery in a War Zone

Travel October 10, 2017 0

MARIINKA, Ukraine— It’s a very small cup: blue dotted with yellow, the colors of the Ukrainian flag. But for Yelena, it holds a lot of history. It’s a reminder of almost thirty years’ labor, and of the day they ended in summer 2014, when an artillery shell landed on... Read more
Wanna Know Which Hawaiian Island You Should Move To?
Wanna Know Which Hawaiian Island You Should Move To? You got: Kauai Called the Garden Island for its endless lush forests and velvet green mountains, Kauai is one of the most naturally beautiful places in the world. You might recognize the most iconic vista, the jagged cliffs of the... Read more
The Silver Fox Lounge Revisited
Beer in San Diego The first time I heard about the Silver Fox Lounge was in New York in 2011. Someone was wearing the t-shirt at a Webster Hall gig. I smiled at the name but I thought it wasn’t a real bar, just a joke t-shirt, the kind... Read more
These Photos Prove Scotland And Ireland Are Basically Hilarious Twins
We should join them together and call it The Republic of Sciroteland. Scotland: facebook.com Ireland: Twitter: @KristenW17 Scotland: Twitter: @Andrew_Milligan Ireland: Twitter: @SybariteLooks View Entire List › Source link Read more
Making Wine in Strange Places is a Thing, Thankfully
Wine in Hawaii When I heard we’d be going to a winery on the slopes of a volcano, at first it didn’t sound that strange. Some of Italy’s best wines are made from grapes grown on volcanoes. Then I remembered I was on Hawaii island, which, as far as... Read more
The Battle for Catalonia
I’m not sure what country I woke up in this morning. I mean that both literally and figuratively. Not only is Catalunya’s future as a region of Spain seriously in doubt after Sunday’s referendum on independence, so is the very notion of what country Spain is trying to be.... Read more
A Comfort Food From a Time of Hunger
Belmira grew up the daughter of an illiterate fishmonger in the nearby village of São Pedro do Corval, moving with Óscar, her high school sweetheart, to Reguengos after their marriage. She has lived here ever since. Though they come from modest backgrounds, Belmira and Óscar, both in their 50s,... Read more
Even Better Than a Hot, Melted, Peanut-Butter Milkshake
Soy milk in Chengdu My cure-all for overcast, chilly mornings while living in China and Taiwan has always been hot soy milk. Bean and nut milks are found all over, most often made fresh in the morning. They’re also popular any time of the day in bottled form in... Read more
For the Love of Hilsa

For the Love of Hilsa

Travel September 28, 2017 0

WEST BENGAL, India— Clouds rumbling in the sky; teeming rain.I sit on the river bank, sad and alone.The sheaves lie gathered, harvest has ended,The river is swollen and fierce in its flow. Poems have been composed, novels written, even films made about the Padma; Tagore, South Asia’s first Nobel... Read more