The Dalian Truth of False Memories And Criticism

The first time I went to Sitges, I ate an unseasonal chicken-mango salad, in spring. I met a Mexican girl who shared the meal with me because we were the only two non-Catalan speakers in the  Romantic Museum Can Llopis. The luxury that alone-travel afforded me was these meetings with strangers. Conversations were free of judgement and surprisingly intimate….

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The Elephant Step: A Weekly Round Up of Random News

At my fitness center, the instructor recently showed us the Elephant step. It’s supposed to mimic the movements of cute little baby elephants running from pillar to post trying to lose baby fat. From wanting to quit at that exact moment to coming home dead in sweat, I’m beginning to internalize the elephant-ness of the move….

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If Not Now, When?

The Italian feminist grassroots movement, Se Non Ora Quando makes a powerful personal statement. If not now, when? What’s your threshold to make a difference, take a stand and change? It doesn’t need to be just feminism, but like Shay Shay says in the morning at 105.1- the bounce, what’s your jam? Topics that  genuinely…

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