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Girl with sunflowers

24.5×33.5 cm, acrylic on canvas

Jill

Artisanal Europe revival?

Artisanal Europe: Doing things the old-fashioned way

BY RICK STEVES, SPECIAL TO POSTMEDIA NETWORK

FIRST POSTED: SUNDAY, JULY 12, 2015 12:00 AM EDT

If you head for off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods in Europe, you’ll find many small family businesses like this cobbler’s shop in Florence. 615 mots de plus

Beautiful People

going back to school

Since I like to think that a great many of my readers are students in elementary and high schools around the world, it seems only appropriate for me to dedicate this blog post to ‘going back to school’… an international phenomenon, usually timed for September 1st. 894 mots de plus

Photos

Old Age

Slowly erasing a hand from the clock with each golf swing. The grass needs mending, a little behavioral check up. Routines of such swings with stethoscopes placed on the chest of windows, its important to answer honestly, but at times when schedules blur under the pressure of lawn-care and sport-balls, the world can retain composure against the grain of paint used to inscribe palm prints. 92 mots de plus

General Santos | Tuna Festival Schedule of Activities 2015

@ Gen San Fish Port Complex

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Philippines

Welcome, King Mahabali.

One of the most popular temples in Kerala — Guruvayoor — celebrates Onam today with a truly grand flower arrangement. Dedicated to King Mahabali, who was buried several feet in the ground by Lord Vishnu, Onam  is a festival based on hope and faith. 41 mots de plus

Travel

Tradition Thursday-#33

This post is the next chapter in the series on St. Cyril of Jerusalem’s Catechetical Lectures. Our post today features the first half of his thirteenth lecture: 4 908 mots de plus

Tradition