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Post-Soviet Universities and the American Perspective

I have never felt more spoiled and understood why people have this love-hate relationship with the United States until I walked into a classroom in the country of Georgia. 264 more words

Aztecs Abroad

Georgia and its Moon Rivers

From childhood, I heard the Johnny Mercer song:  Moon River.  Over our radio, it was usually sung by Andy Williams and the Williams Brothers.  I have also heard other crooners do it justice:  Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and I think I remember Ray Charles singing the ballad. 41 more words

Picture Post #29

Another squirrel shot. Anderson Park, West Point Lake, Alabama side. June 2016.

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Solar Wind

The final installation of the Art around Roswell exhibit is located in Big Creek Park and is entitled “Solar Wind”.  Looking like a silvery sun perched atop a copper pedestal or a fireworks bust being shot from a cannon, this sculpture is made primarily of bicycle wheels. 160 more words



‘Ikorta’ is a workshop of women located in Tserovani, which is a settlement of IDPs, who had to leave homes in the occupied region of Tskinvali in 2008. 27 more words



Lia lives in a village, which barely can be perceived as a part of a civilized world. There is no electricity, no communication towers, radio barely can get a signal, no natural gas, no shops and what Lia does? 19 more words


RV Cooking Tips

If you love to cook, you can still prepare fabulous meals in your RV kitchen. Just use a few common sense RV cooking tips to create wonderful meals the entire family will love. 249 more words