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December 2016

Savannah: food orgy and DIY ghost tour

in Food/Travel
Lulu's Chocolate Bar in Savannah: The gingerbread and mint chocolate cake slices we picked (and shared) were some of the best I have ever had. Photo: Dani Silvestri
Lulu's Chocolate Bar in Savannah: The gingerbread and mint chocolate cake slices we picked (and shared) were some of the best I have ever had. Photo: Dani Silvestri

We ditched all our museum plans in favor of searching for dessert shops – and a hearse for an SUV.

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George and Carrie: facing fears

in Culture / Entertainment/Society

Once they stopped being afraid to be who they were, they could face anything.

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In-flight: 2 reviews of recent releases

in Movies/Reviews

They are both set in the early decades of the previous century, for those of you nostalgic for times you probably didn’t live in but wish you could have.

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Curators in South Korea: Céline Condorelli

in Arts
Céline Condorelli, Á Droite á Gauche Sans Lunettes, On the Right and on the Left Without Glasses, 2016

Your interests are limited after all, you know you can be interested in lots of things, but they always come back to a few main issues.

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Interview: Who got Christianity wrong?

in Philosophies/Society

“Although they call themselves traditionalists, they are really ‘pop culture Christians’ reading into the Gospels non-existent antipathy to things like gay marriage and socialized medicine.”

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Podcast and video: “I am human”

in Philosophies/Podcast/Poetry

A team effort on trying to make the world at least a tiny bit more “human”.

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