I am delighted today to be bringing you an interview with the fabulous author Wendy James, whose multi-layered domestic noir novels, with their gripping, twisty plots, complex characters with brilliantly-observed relationships, and sharp commentary on contemporary life, have earned great acclaim and a devoted readership. I certainly always much look forward to reading her books, […]
You know you’ve heard it before or at least THOUGHT it! Am I right?? YES! Because that is what I THOUGHT! Until I went on one! Then again, my kids would say “MOM you ARE old!” Whatever. I don’t feel old! So last year, me and a group of 10 friends all decided to go […]
Today was a day of travel. In total we traveled roughly six hours, but our stopping point halfway was unbelievable. It was so incredible that on this post there will not be favorite student moments because they would all be the same–Assisi. However, first we have to start with lunch. We drove through the countryside […]
To whet your appetite for our gay South Africa tour, here are our some titillating photos from our last LGBT schlep through the country.
Four years ago I wrote the following post, and revisited it this weekend, mostly because it seems to be a time-proof complaint, but partly because out of my own mental need, I added an update. On Being Licked to Death A few years ago, I admitted to my husband that had I known we’d have […]
Καλώς ήρθατε από την Ελλάδα Fulbright ταξιδιώτες! Nine Fulbright alumni and friends of international education embarked last month for a Service Corps Trip to Greece May 17-26. The Fulbright Association’s first service trip to Greece started from the beautiful city of Heraklion, capital of the island of Crete and brought together Fulbrighters and friends for […]
Technology has created a wide variety of ways to reach audiences all over the world. It takes is a little thinking outside the box and you can market a self-published book in creative, affordable and impactful ways. Consider book tours! Tours are a great way to connect with your readers and technology has made them […]
Deadly Sweet was inspired by Blow Up, but it lacks that film’s disillusionment. Tinto Brass thinks Swinging London is still swinging. Thus he turns in a decidedly less somber film despite a downbeat conclusion.
I left Ottawa June 7th at 6:30am for my flight to Anchorage (via a milk run of Edmonton, Vancouver) with Air Canada, arriving at 4:30pm in Anchorage. Irented my car and went off in search of the Falcated Duck at Potter’s Marsh, thinking of how easy a tick for my list this would be. Boy, […]
In the latest On Rotation podcast, Mixmag’s own Harrison and Valerie are tuned in to the scene of Lagos, Nigeria. In this episode, they dive into the rising local music talents making a name for themselves around this populous African city, the vibrant and unique dance crews who are redefining the people view dancing in […]
Immerse yourself in Turkish cuisine and try authentic Turkish food on your trip to Turkey One thing we were excited to do on our trip to Turkey was to track down the best Turkish food. Unsurprisingly, it wasn’t a hard task. Everywhere we went there were plenty of delicious Turkish dishes to choose from. We […]
Educators are eligible for a variety of travel discounts—many of which you may not know about. Here are seven insider tips for finding fabulous vacation values at museums, hotels, theme parks, and other travel attractions. 1. Use your NEA member benefits. As an NEA member, you qualify for exclusive travel discounts. The NEA Click & […]