Holy Santos

Holy Santos

Holy Santos Ancient Black Saints Interview by Lauri Lyons Welcome to the magnificent world of Barron “Africanus” Claiborne, a renowned self-taught photographer, cinematographer. Originally from Boston, Claiborne has mastered the art of weaving historical facts into...
Fake Alcohol

Fake Alcohol

Fake Alcohol Poison in Paradise By Dr. Deborah Mills Methanol poisoning of travelers has recently been in the news. An Australian teenager has died from methanol poisoning after a New Year’s eve visit to a bar in Lombok, Bali. His father reported that his son was...
Chinese Wonton Noodling

Chinese Wonton Noodling

Chinese Wonton Noodling The Lunar New Year Story & Photos by Jo Yee   As I sit here and write this I hear the clang of stainless steel bowls, pots and pans, vibrating through my mother’s hundred year old house in New England. I’m now thousands of miles away...
Strike A Pose In Bogota

Strike A Pose In Bogota

Strike A Pose In Bogota Dancing In the Streets Interview by Lauri Lyons     Take a walk on the wild side of Bogotá with film and video director Jacob Krupnick and the illustrious dancer Kia Labeija, as they explore Colombia’s alluring streets and hidden...
Damascus Déjà vu

Damascus Déjà vu

Damascus Déjà vu Life In Syria Interview by Lauri Lyons     There are people that choose a nomadic lifestyle for pleasure, there are people destined to become nomads because of their culture, and now in growing numbers, there are people that have become...
Theater of Life

Theater of Life

Theater of Life Jean-Paul Bourdier Interview by Mackenzie Lowry Modern day renaissance man Jean-Paul Bourdier creates photography, films, and books that are an ethereal dreamland just beyond plain sight.       Mackenzie Lowry: You were born in France,...
Saffron Scented Aubergine Stew

Saffron Scented Aubergine Stew

Saffron ­Scented Aubergine Stew Aubergine Stew in the Persian Manner Story & Photos by S​hayma Saadat     The first thing I think about when the leaves turn ruby­-red and my shawls come out of the hidden part of my closet, is a hearty tomato­-spiced...
A Taste of Estonia

A Taste of Estonia

A Taste of Estonia Sweet Red Onion Jam Story & Photos by​ Marija Sponza       The first time I had onion jam I didn’t like it. Truth, there is a lot of different kinds and this one, that I didn’t like, was runny with totally inappropriate spice mixture,...
Afropunk Takes Over

Afropunk Takes Over

Afropunk Takes Over The Black Cultural Shift Interview by Lauri Lyons   If you haven’t noticed, there is a cultural shift taking place in America, and across the globe. The shift is loud, colorful, disruptive, and at times entertaining. Afropunk, the...
The Feast of a Lifetime

The Feast of a Lifetime

The Feast of a Lifetime Chef Lidia Bastianich Interview by Lauri Lyons   Lidia Bastianich is renowned as one of television’s most popular chefs, a restaurateur, and cookbook author. Today, she reflects on her journey, passion for food, and the expansion of her...
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