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“Nostalgia” is the title my wife spontaneously offered when she saw this photo, which I took Wednesday morning at Arrigo Park on Chicago’s Near West Side just before taking… 31 more words

Photography

A Special Hell

It’s 11:15 PM, I’ve just left the bar, and I really, really want a Sonoran Dog. For the uninitiated, it’s the most remarkable culinary quirk to Tucson, AZ and Sonora, MX: it’s a hot dog, wrapped in bacon, shoved into a soft pillowy bun, and then smothered with tomatoes, onions, pinto beans, jalepeño sauce, and drizzled with mustard and mayo. 360 more words

Nonfiction

To Love London

There are days when I long for London.

I grew up (and attended college) in the country, but man… London has wedged its way into my heart.   389 more words

Life

Jagriti Yatra | D +8

Day 9 (01.01.2015) Have I ever imagined, me celebrating new year’s eve by dancing with couple of steps I ever know (one of it is, just put your hands up in the air step), in a train compartment filled with awesome people. 666 more words

Gokoulane Ravi

New Music, Old Feelings: A Song Of Opposites

As a young Irish guy who lived up a mountain, with the spotty internet quality that implies, my early musical influences were whatever  beamed in over the radiowaves. 304 more words

Music

Reflected Glory - The Anfield Boot Room's unsung hero

BY MARK GODFREY

Unless you’re a fan of Liverpool Football Club you might not have a clue who Reuben Bennett is; and even then, those Kopites with less of a grasp on the club’s illustrious history could well struggle to identify him either in grainy, old, black-and-white photographs or by the deeds that demand his influence at Anfield should never be underestimated. 908 more words

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A Shared Journey with Paulina

We begin from somewhere and well like any other success story I started from the bottom but I am not yet there. I am still hopeful, still anticipating, still driven to my goal. 1,424 more words