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20 Jun 19
The Other Stuff

  “Can someone else sit up front?” This was me talking after my third Uber ride. There are loads of ways for tourists to traverse Paris. Autobus, Taxi, Batobus, Metro, marcher péniblement, and of course, Uber. We’ve utilized several of these, but when we have some distance to cover in a hurry, our go-to is […]

20 Jun 19
erika marlisa

We had realized some (intentional and unintentional) themes of our trip while we were still in France, but we were starting to really see them coming together in Spain. One of these themes unfolded through the art we visited. After World War I, Paris called to many artists and thinkers. In Montmarte, we walked the […]

20 Jun 19
Tales from the Beverley Hills Listserv

I stayed out of the halal butcher hysteria just to keep you all wanting more, but whoooo doggie, the proliferation of scooters has got folks *worked up*. And by folks, I mean BevHills busybody “Donna”, who uses her spare time when not writing a complaint column in the local newspaper that is literally called “What […]

20 Jun 19
Shenanigans for a Lifetime

It appears that most of these posts are going to be in retrospect rather than recent. Be that as it may, one of the things that we have learned is that every person’s story matters, if it’s been a long time since it has last been told or since the events took place or if […]

20 Jun 19
Beantown Francophile

Pourquoi une fille américaine créerait-elle un blog sur la vie aux États-Unis d’inspiration française ?

20 Jun 19
homefurnish

Fixed Wall Mount for 26-55 Flat Panel Screens Nothing can beat a stereo receiver in terms of enjoying music from a number of speakers on the same time. Basically, a stereo receiver makes your music enjoyment much natural and comforting by letting you control the whole lot from one cease as well as by combining […]

20 Jun 19
Ellenore Meadows

Chapter One The wind snarled in her face. She ran against it, assailed by sharp rain as gritty earth bit her bare feet. She could not guess why the gods sent such a rare and angry storm—today, of all days. There would be no one on the road tonight. No one but a slave girl […]