Searching for your next date night or cultural experience? Look no further. At Awash Ethiopian Restaurant (19934 NW Second Ave., Miami Gardens; 305-770-5100; awashmiami.com), my palate expe… Source: Miami Gardens Has Florida’s Best Ethiopian Restaurant! Awash Ethiopian! Advertisements
Daily Business Briefing: October 31st, 2017, From The Week.Com. Daily business briefing 1. FBI looks into controversial $300 million Puerto Rico contract The FBI is investigating a controversial $300 million contract between the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and the tiny Montana-based company Whitefish Energy Holdings, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Puerto Rico […]
Violent superstorms much more powerful than the recent hurricane season occurred under climate conditions similar to those we’re seeing today. John Dyer reports for Seeker. Scientists from No… Source: Ominous Climate Change Warning Seen in Caribbean Storms 100K Years Ago
November fast approaches. Time to decide who’s in…. and who’s out. What are your thoughts and are you ready to buddy up? via Thoughts on NanNoWriMo… — Fiction is Food Source: NaNoWrMo 2017 is Imminent. Are You Ready?
The Darien (CT) Community Association 2017 Art Lecture Series “Winslow Homer: Four Perspectives” includes a lecture on Oct. 26 at 11 a.m, by Stephanie L. Herdrich, Assistant Research Curator of Ame… Source: Lecture: Winslow Homer in the Caribbean
Recently I’ve seen how little small random acts of kindness can change your day. A lot of people are embracing the idea of making and hiding inspirational rocks for others to find. My husba… Source: Make Your Mark
A photograph of a section of wall mural in Clarion Alley, San Francisco depicting two men planting a tree. Source: Democracy
A report from Caribbean Life News. Guyanese-born artist, Carl F. Anderson stood proudly to be photographed by Spencer Richards, in front of his 25-piece collection of contemporary paintings, now on… Source: Guyanese artist Carl F. Anderson show works in Times Square Port Authority
Writerly Things…10/8/17 Traci Kenworth Halloween month is always fun for me. Originally, I wanted to write scary stories but I’ve found over time that I’m more pulled to fantasy. There are s… Source: Writerly Things 10/8/17
[Many thanks to Michael Connors for bringing his item to our attention.] E.A. Crunden (Think Progress) reports the lack of press coverage for the U.S. Virgin Islands, which seems to be even less th… Source: With little relief in sight, U.S. Virgin Islands go ignored
Listen, I never ever post two days in a row and I definitely never post this late, buuuuuuut I’m just too excited. I just changed up my blog for the first time in a very, very long time, and … Source: new blog new me!!!
Who so recognizes and confesses own defects hastens in the way that leads to perfection. <3<3 Rumi Source: Perfection
An interview with ArtNet. The painter Llewellyn Xavier deploys an arsenal of bold and bright pigments to capture the light and life of the Caribbean he calls home. Over the course his career, Xavie… Source: artnet Asks: Artist Llewellyn Xavier and Unicorns
Ack its not so bad, dare i say it?…Aye…there are lighter moments during such indescribable torment, believe it or not. It’s not all just doom and gloom, as much as i do enjoy abit… Source: Doom & Gloom…
Saha’s #Writespiration Prompt this week… Your challenge is to write your story using the weekly theme/prompt and write it in just 52 words…. EXACTLY, no more, no less. Write about the d… Source: #WRITESPIRATION #135 52 WEEKS IN 52 WORDS WEEK 40 – Keep Out! @sacha_black