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  • Saggy pants
    Florida city repeals saggy pants ordinance following pressure from NAACP
    Do your pants hang low?Do they wobble to and fro?The answer in Ocala, Fla., once again is a resounding yes.WFTV reports:Ocala city leaders have voted torepeal a controversial ordinancethat banned saggy pants.The ordinance was discussed at the city...
  • Getty Center: The Genius is in the (architecture) details
    Getty Center: The Genius is in the (architecture) details
    . Abeautiful modern white structure accented by thousands of travertine stone sits atop of the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles with spectacular panoramic vistas of the great metropolitan area. I recently visited the center and museum and as...
  • Goya, Picasso, Dali, El Greco exhibits across U.S. open this fall
    Goya, Picasso, Dali, El Greco exhibits across U.S. open this fall
    Four of Spain's greatest artists, Goya, Picasso, Dali, and El Greco -- for the 400th anniversary of his death -- will be honored across the United States this fall, as the Embassy of Spain launches its 2014-2015 cultural season.GoyaFrancisco...
  • Native American Dancer
    Native American Day celebrated in Woodland Park
    Woodland Park got a head start on the Labor Day holiday on August 30, 2014, celebrating Native American culture with the Seven Falls Indian Dancers and a wolf ambassador from the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation. On a beautiful mountain morning...
  • Kreyolicious
    Kreyolicious: From Haiti to Habitat to Humanity in Nashville, TN
    If you are into all things Haitian and happen to be looking for a place on the web to keep up with other people in a like minded groove then there is a place on the web where you can go."The blogger who calls herself Kreyolicious (that is...
  • A visit to the Ronald Reagan Library plays out like a movie set
    A visit to the Ronald Reagan Library plays out like a trip through a movie set
    No matter what side of the political fence you sit on, if you care at all about history, a trip to the newly-renovated Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is a must. Strolling around the 125,000 square-foot facility plays out like a...
  • Sa Paper umbrellas at Bo Sang Handicraft Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand
    Witness the art of Sa Paper umbrella crafting at Bo Sang Village
    In addition to their deliciously famousKhao SoiNoodles, Chiang Mai is also well known for it's silk and hand-woven textiles. Along San Kamphaeng Road lay many factories and show rooms creating and displaying silk, silverware and gems....
  • "Te Ata"
    Native actors & actresses can audition online for 'Te Ata' at official website
    The Chickasaw Nation is producing a feature film about Native American performer “Te Ata” (Mary Frances Thompson). It was said that Mary adopted the name “Te Ata” to honor her Chickasaw Indian heritage during the 1920's...
  • Medellin's best authentic Colombian cuisine
    Medellin's best kept secret: The kitchen of El Chef
    Tourists and long-time Medellin residents alike can be forgiven for overlooking this tiny Colombian restaurant. Tucked away on a quiet street in Zona Fucsia, with no visible signage, El Chef looks like any other small business on the street, with...
  • Four 'big ideas' for the age of complexity
    Four 'big ideas' for the age of complexity
    The 21st century is pushing and pulling us inside and out in every corner of our small, blue-green planet. It feels like we’re collectively punching our way out of a colossal psycho-physical cocoon of complexity. Wham! Bam! Kapow! Eee-yow!We...
  • SubCulture brings the uptown experience downtown
    SubCulture brings the uptown experience downtown
    SubCulture, on New York City's Bleecker Street was started by Brothers Marc and Steven Kaplan in September of 2013. They always wanted to work together and had spent time on various writing and composition projects. The two are life-long...
  • Zaznu
    Pioneer in ridesharing in Rio de Janeiro got inspired in San Francisco
    Zaznu. Remember this name. One of the fastest growing companies in Brasil, which even landed an article in the prestigious Exame magazine in Brazil(in Portuguese), Zaznu was the first in the ridesharing market in Rio de Janeiro, transforming...
  • The Challenges of Living in the Big Apple
    The Challenges of Living in the Big Apple
    It is a miracle that New York 
works at all. The whole thing is 
implausible. -E.B. WhiteI’m an old school ‘New Yawker’. For old timers like me, NYC has lost its soulful edge. Over the years I’ve witnessed the NYC landscape...
  • Free 'NM Film Series' from 'Historic Bridge Mainstreet' in the South Valley
    Free 'NM Film Series' from 'Historic Bridge Mainstreet' in the South Valley
    You may be familiar with Bernalillo County's 'Movies in the Park' series this summer which features kid-friendly and family-friendly films. However, this particular 'Movies in the Park' series from 'Historic Bridge...
  • Arroyo
    Five awesome things to do in Harlem this summer
    Summer is in full swing and you are probably plotting and planning the best way to make the most of these gorgeous warm days and nights. Here are 5 of the best places in and around Harlem to spend your summer soaking up the uniqueness of this...