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Historic Deerfield: Score One For The Native Americans

by kaleel sakakeeny We think it’s great that many of the colonial settlers in historic Deerfield, MA, who were taken captive by “attacking” Native American tribes opted not to return to the ways of the “white man.” Perhaps the women and men were more emancipated under tribal rule than colonial law! But we’re ahead of ourselves here. So, It wasn’t ... Read More »

Oslo, Norway: Beauty and Controversy

We think of Norway as clean, pure and unspoiled. Expensive, perhaps, but not a country prone to controversy. Certainly not racism. When we posted this Travel Video PostCard, we were stunned at the anger, passion and real racism that seems to thread itself through Norway’s society. We were not prepared for the ant-Muslim, anti-minority anger and viciousness. Here are a ... Read More »

Turkey: Faces and Fables

Between the unexpected mountains and deep turquoise of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, between her cities saturated with history and the touching simplicity of her villages, likely lie the magic lamps and flying carpets of fables. Something must explain the richness and joy of the country, the warmth and friendliness of her people. Even cacophonous Istanbul, a city of 14 million people ... Read More »

Viaje a Machu Piccchu en Espanol: Machu Picchu in Spanish

Machu Picchu se encuentra alto en las montanas de los Andes de Peru, y Peru es uno de los paises mas magnificos y autenticos de America del Sur. El lugar mas famoso en Peru es Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu fue un palacio real construido por un gobernante Inca. Machu Picchu esta sentada como una ciudad misteriosa a ocho mil pies ... Read More »

Andalusia: The Cross and The Crescent

When Europe was groping its way through the Dark Ages, 10th century Islamic Spain, Andalusia, was considered the jewel of the world. Christianity and Judaism mixed easily with Islam, and no where else in Europe were the arts and sciences as brilliant as they were in Cordova, the capital of Andalusia in southern Spain The land is arid, but the ... Read More »

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