French Sole

21 Mar 19
LIFE TO LAUREN

Welcome To The Napa Valley My Friends! If you guys only knew the feels I got while writing this Travel Guide for you all! While I may not be a Napa Valley native…. in the year in a half it took us to plan our wedding there, I visited almost 10 times!! By then end […]

21 Mar 19
Areo

Are race relations better in Latin America than in the United States? For many decades, Latin American intellectual elites were delighted to think so. Mexican philosopher Jose Vasconcelos believed Latin America to be morally superior to any other civilization, on account of its miscegenation. The mixing of races, Vasconcelos believed, gave rise to a new […]

21 Mar 19
Russia News Now

By Dragoljub Bosnic – The U.S has just been slammed by the Russian presidency and foreign ministry for its mock nuclear attacks on the Baltic Fleet. These are plain and simply provocations. That’s how the US Armed Forces antagonize other countries. They send ships, aircraft or so-called task groups so close to the target’s borders […]

21 Mar 19
The Great Game

Andre Fabre appears to have been subscribing to the Nicky Henderson correspondence course in reverse ferreting. How else to explain his comments this week regarding the likelihood of the colt turning up for the Two Thousand Guineas? A fortnight ago, after the latest declaration stage, Fabre had this to say: “I am a great fan […]

21 Mar 19
NATION AND STATE

In Natchez, Mississippi, it’s fun to play pretend. On one night in the Southern river town, I find myself the esteemed guest of a 19th-century dinner party during the height of Southern antebellum opulence. In the lavish banquet room at Choctaw Hall, I feast on pork tenderloin and sweet potato mash surrounded by crystal chandeliers […]

21 Mar 19
Fort Russ

By Dragoljub Bosnic – The U.S has just been slammed by the Russian presidency and foreign ministry for its mock nuclear attacks on the Baltic Fleet. These are plain and simply provocations. That’s how the US Armed Forces antagonize other countries. They send ships, aircraft or so-called task groups so close to the target’s borders […]

21 Mar 19
Crews Carmera

When traveling, my philosophy is “no expectations”. Stockholm was the least studied city on our Graduation Tour. Katta put it on the itinerary for the sole reason on learning a little Swedish. I went into the sweetest of Sweden’s cities with little planning on how we were going to spend the last 36 hours of […]

21 Mar 19
Russia News Now

The banning of four Nation of Islam Black history books by Amazon, the largest bookseller in the world, provides a perfect opportunity to examine the wickedly racist ways Jewish power is wielded in America. Amazon provided no warning, no reason, no hearing, and no opportunity to respond—it was a blatant mockery of Amazon founder Jeffrey […]

21 Mar 19
auntietarot

Divination & the Trumps In Key to the Tarot, Waite describes the designs on the Trump cards twice. In Part I, he details some older images; often these are Tarot de Marseille illustrations, but not always. In Part II, Waite describes the pictures found in the Waite-Smith deck. These second descriptions are needed as several […]

21 Mar 19
China Intellectual Property Blog

The French designer Christian Louboutin has become world-famous for his iconic shoe design – sky-high heels and red shoe soles. The trademark for the red sole was registered in the Benelux in 2010 and the explicit registration for high-heeled shoes followed in 2013. A few years ago Louboutin went to court against the Dutch subsidiary […]

21 Mar 19
Gene Linzey

Have you thought about postmodernism lately? Do you know what it is? Let’s take a look. One report says, “Postmodernism assumes that ‘truth’ is based on an individual’s own personal reality. For this reason, postmodernism is highly skeptical of explanations which claim to be valid for all groups, cultures, traditions, or races, and instead focuses […]

21 Mar 19
The Ruggist

Pierre Marie was born in Nogent-Sur-Marne and as the child of ‘slightly hippie parents’ experienced a happy childhood filled with a passion for Disney animated films and ’an early enduring attraction to colour.’ Now as an accomplished designer in his early late thirties, he has prestigious collaborations with French brands such as Hermes and dyptique within his portfolio, or perhaps more accurately, oeuvre. He sees himself as an ‘artist-ornamentalist,’ that is it say, as Pierre Marie does, he is ‘Someone that has the talent and the knowledge to decorate any surface with a story, a pattern, a frieze. I would just say that some media are more hungry for drawing than others. And textile is definitely one of them.’

21 Mar 19
Ambiguous Pieces

Image Description: Image – book cover of A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole. The background of the cover is a fancy palace with a purple overtone. The foreground focuses on a couple, a man and a woman, and this couple is supposed to represent Naledi and Thabiso. Naledi is wearing a blue and purple […]

21 Mar 19
Carboni's Travels: Food traveling and Recipes

Recipe: HOW TO MAKE A FISH MARINADE AND BAKED MAC AND CHEESE “BAJAN MACARONI PIE” BARBADOS 2019 (Versione Italiana di Seguito) First reason why you choose to book a trip to Barbados is, of course, beaches. But too often, anywhere we are in the world lying on a sun bed, cooking our body with a […]

21 Mar 19
Amit

The world trade started with the barter system involving the exchange of agricultural products, to domestication, to commodity driven, to machines graduating to war waging machines moving on to sale and procurement of AI equipments, forays into near space and now to the outer space, the next dimension. Survival and greed has always dictated the […]