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Party Hard Like It’s Iftar in Cairo

The rooftop was a VIBE. Tables packed the large rooftop floor, and two raised areas flanked the central space. A singer crooned from the stage as we walked through the crowded space and up five stairs to a prime table.  Perfect for observing the whirlwind below.

Theater Review: Avaaz

The show begins with Michael Shayan, already in character as Roya covered top to bottom in a shimmering gold and black lamé robe, walking around and chattering with audience members as people file into their seats. A genius way to get us warmed up.

Building A Home And Leaving It: Another Koan

As a child, travel enthralled me, inspired by my Uncle Steve’s trips, plus a lot of Carmen Sandiego. At my Bat Mitzvah, I told the congregation that someday I wanted to work for National Geographic. The term digital nomad was years away from being coined. The technology that powers the lifestyle didn’t exist yet.

New England Vignettes | Summer Edit

When you exit the Mass Pike and turn into town, whatever Massachusetts town it might be, it’s common to pass a bunch of houses with historic date plaques. The houses having been built in 1832, 1865, 1797, even 1699. All still lived in. 

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