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. 

Frozen Pond in North Country New York | Life and other adventures blog

Discovering North Country: From Giant Cows To French Carols

Out my window Our stylishly decorated nugget of an apartment in Brushton, NY sits right on the main State Route through New York’s North Country. Car traffic is sparse, but roaring 18-wheelers regularly rumble by, transporting tankers of milk from the many industrial dairy farms around here. From my desk and ergonomic chair, I can …

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