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Eastern Standard Tribe – Identity In A Place So Foreign

Transnational perspectives are the only ones that apply any more. Read More »

Rum-Raisin Oatmeal Cookies

My father taught me about the good things in life: rum and coffee. Now I've turned one into a cookie recipe. Read More »

Barenaked Ladies Ships & Dip Cruise Being Planned

Coming soon: Be a castaway with Barenaked Ladies. You know a 'Gilligan' joke will be made. Read More »

The Big One: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

JazzFest on an ordinary year is a must-see; this year promises to be extraordinary. Read More »

No Excuses: British Ministers Have to Ditch Their Jaguars

The hybrid-fuel option now being offered is cheaper and greener. And the defense of "security" doesn't stand up. Read More »

Theater Review: New Anatomies at the Cockpit Theatre

Born in Switzerland to a drunken anarchist father and an inept German mother, Isabelle Eberhardt grew up addicted to fantasies of the desert and Islam. Read More »

Looking For Comedy In The Muslim World, And Finding Irony

From Desicritics, as you read about the continuing riots over the caricatures of Mohammed, I urge you to please shed a tear for Albert Brooks. Read More »

Ghosts From My Past

Rose's passion was an organization called the Pioneer Women, and a cousin of hers who would arrive on fundraising trips. Read More »

Connecting With Maps

Connecting with my father through maps. Read More »

Aid for Africa?

Mugabe's still in power (no visits by Jesse Jackson or by an African-American coalition of outraged ministers). Read More »