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«Yes I’m from Damasco.» Smiles, goes back to pouring hummus on my plate. «I arrived in Bologna two years ago.» He’s tall with huge eyes. «There’s only six Syrian families in this town.» And that’s as far as my conversation with the man behind the counter of Sham will go. 437 more words
Like many Asian countries, street markets are a big part of Taiwanese life. While you can buy all your food from a grocery store on any day of the week, the markets are a cornucopia of variety: fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices, meat, bedding, clothes, shoes and underwear, as well as street food stalls, tea shops and snacks like nuts and dried fruit. 476 more words
Fancy a fruit-infused, rainbow grilled cheese sandwich in technicolour? Look no farther than the Edmonton Expo Centre at K-Days.
Available at the Melt Town Grilled Cheese food truck at K-Days, the sweet-and-salty sandwich sits on an omelette-like bed of crispy fried cheese. 392 more words
On my second hot day in the city, I was finally visiting the Whitney Museum in its new location, next to the High Line. I had heard lots of good things about it, and other than sticker shock at the admission price ($25!—I can’t wait to become an official senior citizen!) I sucked it up and headed toward the Stuart Davis exhibit. 792 more words