The ‘progressive latin’ restaurant has officially shuttered after nearly three years at 1898 West 1st Avenue in the heart of Kits.
Having just returned to Malta from a week in Sevilla, I still can’t get a particular feeling out of my mind. A lot of things have impressed me about the city, the flower of Andalucia. A city celebrated by poets like Federico Garcia Lorca, Rafael Alberti and Juan Anton Jimenez; a city that nourished […]
(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF SHANGHAI CHINA’S ‘SHINE’ NEWS NETWORK) Embracing seductive Saigon’s ‘time zones’ Andrew Lam 08:52 UTC+8, 2019-07-17 Ti Gong Vietnamese American writer Andrew Lam at a dinner party with friends. When I was 11 years old, I fled what was then Saigon, in Vietnam, with my family for America at the […]
I am incredibly fond of the genres of music that have blossomed from the British Isles. The unique timbres, and the unique amalgam of primal and refined elements showcased by Celtic music, will always have a warm spot in my heart. However, the tunes themselves are perhaps even more exceptional when their flexibility is taken […]
| JamesKiester.com | Newsletter Archive – (Beginning week of 04/07/2019) | Hey There Compatriots, I honestly thought I’d have two blogs for you this week, but I had a minor setback on Sunday. Nevertheless, I have a review of Burger King’s dive into the taco world. Next, I hope to have pieces on super […]
One of the simple pleasures of summer is making homemade ice cream. With these 20 no-churn ice cream recipes there’s no need for any fancy or complicated equipment! You’ll still get that rich homemade taste even without a churn from these delicious summer-inspired flavors. Take advantage of summer fruit flavors like blueberry, key lime, lemon, […]
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
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During our recent trip to Wyoming and Yellowstone, we stayed in the National Park 7 nights and had the opportunity to dine evenings at the upscale restaurant at all five park lodging areas. While the food was good, don’t expect any epicurean experiences during your stay In Yellowstone. Though the menu often impresses, the execution […]
12 bartenders tell us the one country they’d love to visit this summer for some seriously buzzworthy adventures.
Less than two miles from your Log Cabin a mad hatters tea party of extravagance. Melin Llynon (The Windmill) under new ownership has transformed a staid cafe into a Willy Wonker Wonderland of epicurean delights. Hats a plenty to wear in this Alice in a Parallel Universe Cafe. Richard pretends to be a cake maker […]
In the late 1800s, Church of England Bishop J.C. Ryle argued against severing the Church and the State: The Government of England would allow all its subjects to serve God or Baal, – to go to heaven or to another place, – just as they please. The State would take no cognizance of spiritual […]
KEY SCRIPTURE: Acts 17:18 ” Then certain philosophers of the Epicureans, and of the Stoics, encountered him. And some said, what will this babbler say? other some, He seemeth to be a setter forth of strange gods: because he preached unto them Jesus, and the resurrection.” In our previous study, we looked at the first […]