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  • Leon de Oro
    Leon de oro
    When it comes to Brooklyn eateries, one of its many attractive features is the fusion restaurant. East Williamsburg has a bustling community of Asian, Latin and Caribbean locals, which lends itself to multi-ethnic dining options. Leon De Oro ...
  • Summerfest entrance
    Soak up the Spirit of Milwaukee
    Those who associate Milwaukee with Miller beer, Wisconsin cheese and '70s era Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley would be pleasantly surprised to discover that this city appeals to a range of artistic sensibilities and palates. Start your...
  • Americans confuse regional, ethnic and fusion cuisine
    Americans confuse regional, ethnic and fusion cuisine
    Is the continuing popularity of fusion cuisine broadening culinary horizons or eroding regional foundations on which it’s based? Food writer Calvin Trillin wrote in 1974, “The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for thirty...
  • Navajo rug show and sale this weekend
    Navajo rug show and sale this weekend
    The 23rd Annual Navajo Rug Show and Sale begins this evening, Nov. 2, at 6:00 pm, and will run through Sunday evening. The show not only offers the public a look into Navajo traditions and art and crafting techniques, but it's also a time to...
  • The Ginger People
    Easy ethnic recipes
    Have you ever wanted to try some traditional ethnic foods, but did not know which recipes to try? Many of the ethnic recipes found on the internet have substituted spices and ingredients not customary to a particular country or culture. Some of...
  • Savoring the Flavor of Dallas Bites! Ethnic Markets Tour
    Savoring the Flavor of Dallas Bites! Ethnic Markets Tour
    Less than a year ago, Dallas By Chocolate, began to break out of its wrapper and compile other culinary tours of interest for those in Dallas including a Barbecue Tour, a Bacon Tour, Pizza Tour and even the flavorful Ethnic Markets Tour. In my...
  • Bruddah Waltah Aipolani - "Father of Hawaiian Reggae"
    Bruddah Waltah Aipolani - "Father of Hawaiian Reggae"
    Walter Aipolani, better known as Bruddah Waltah, describes himself as “a Searider fo’ life!” referring to the Wai`anae school in his home town on the Leeward side O`ahu. He also has deep roots in Keaukaha, in the district of Hilo...
  • 20th 'Ethnic Fest' to bring global cultures together
    20th 'Ethnic Fest' to bring global cultures together
    All day, and into the night of Saturday, September 8, cultures of all global areas will be turning up to entertain, befriend, cook, share traditions, play music, educate kids and each other, and enjoy the day together, as part of Ethnic Fest.The...
  • Best bites at the San Francisco Street Festival
    Best bites at the San Francisco Street Festival
    There were Georgian chicken blintzes and hunky Korean ribs, Nigerian beef skewers and all types of tacos. Visitors to the 4th annual San Francisco Street Food Festival supped and slurped more than 160 different dishes from over 80 vendors across...
  • Swedish Ancestry Research Association
    Best heritage and ethnic genealogical societies in Massachusetts
    As Boston genealogists, you may find that heritage groups and ethnic societies will open windows to your past. Besides avenues of research, connecting to these groups may help you understand more about your family customs, costumes, holidays,...
  • Queens Botanical Garden
    On National Public Gardens Day, discover the Queens Botanical Garden.
    National Public Gardens Day -- Friday, May 11, 2012 -- was started in 2009 by the American Public Gardens Association, an organization based in Pennsylvania, and whose purpose is to promote the value of public gardens throughout North America. The...
  • Brazeiros Churrascaria brings a taste of Brazil to Knoxville
    Brazeiros Churrascaria brings a taste of Brazil to Knoxville
    Diners who want a romantic date experience need look no further than Brazeiros Churrascaria. It is on Kingston Pike between the Papermill Drive and West Hills exits on I-40.This Brazilian steakhouse is a popular spot for special occasion dining,...
  • 51 Most inspiring Moroccan style interiors
    51 Most inspiring Moroccan style interiors
    From the light fixtures to the tilework, Moroccan design is all about the finishing touches. Moroccan style home decorating invites rich colors of Middle Eastern interiors, dynamic contrasts, traditional patterns and uniqueness of Moroccan...
  • Sababa
    Great falafel at the Bethesda Central Farm Market
    We do live in the era of globalization. Some of the better Chinese food I tried was in Chinatown in Toronto. It seems like every day brings a Groupon for yet another Ethiopian eatery in Silver Spring. There are people writing reviews of falafel...
  • Christian Fiction
    A new definition of christian fiction and its ticket to multicultural themes
    Given what we know about multiculturalism and Christianity, do the inspirational novels we read reflect the truth that we live in a diverse world or is it somehow segregated?Let’s look at the secular world for a bit. There are Young Adult...