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It takes little to remind me of the exotic foods I love to delve into. But the recent Persian New Year, Nowruz, which began on March 20th this year, lasting 13 days, and celebrating Spring and the vernal equinox, had me heading to my local Persian market. 457 more words

Food Surf Report: Celebrating Nowruz, Persian New Year and Seasonal Cooking at Spring in DTLA

Santa Monica, CA —  On Monday of this past week, I had painful Gum Surgery. By Friday, I had my first real meal in days, and it was… 1,076 more words

Surfing Life


Quiet feels so good right now.

For the last 72 hours, there’s been a lot of good noise–Persian-festival noise, cousin- reuniting noise, sibling-rivalry noise, and parenting-head noise. 609 more words


Project: Persian New Year

I love a good project. Whether it’s for the house, crafting or making the yard new again, I just can’t seem to get enough. I love the sense of making and creating and with my continual effort to do something new, cooking has long fulfilled all of these desires. 1,501 more words



Seezdah-bedar is an Iranian festival, celebrated in the thirteenth and final day of  No-Ruz (Persian New Year).

On this day, Iranians head outdoors, picnicking at parks, fields or where-ever they find a patch of green grass. 167 more words

Banafsheh Serov

Persian New Year

The Persian New Year was on 21st of March, and I though you all should know what and how it is celebrated.

It is called Nowruz and is celebrated in Iran, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, and many other places in central Asia.\ 52 more words


Trump Celebrates Norooz Without Mentioning Iran Ban

President Trump on Wednesday marked the Persian new year, Nowruz, amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran.

“To the Iranian people and all those around the world celebrating Nowruz: On behalf of the American people, I wish you freedom, dignity, and wealth,” Trump said in a statement. 253 more words