Photo: Leo Hidalgo Dear ‘Murica, I use your nickname here to make a point. You know I’ve always hated this epithet, the colloquialism that your redneck followers and Bush re-election supporters have drilled into the world’s head.
Photo: Donald Judge 1. We’re not afraid to speak our minds. We Bulgarians are not ones to conceal our real thoughts, even if it’s for the sake of diplomacy.
Photo: Eneas De Troya Bolivia joined Argentina, Uruguay, and Colombia as the only countries in Latin America to allow its citizens to change their gender on identity documents.
Photo: Matthew Grapengieser Thou shalt go eat Fish Fry on Fridays. Fish Fry Friday is a Wisconsin version of New York’s Sunday brunch, lots of booze and socializing included.
Photo: Jirka Matousek Morning Start your day in one of the old hearts of the city, Dupont Circle. Situated on the Metro’s red line, it serves as a good central location to the entire city. Before anything else, you obviously need a good cup of coffee and a nice breakfast.
Photo: Jazz Guy 1. We don’t live in the city, and therefore, we’re lame. “Hoboken’s where you go when you can’t take the city anymore,” That’s what a friend told me last week.
WHEN YOU’RE A COUNTRY AS OLD AS THE United Kingdom, you’ve got a long legal history. And this means that there will be some pretty strange laws on the books that, for some reason, were never repealed.
Featured photo: Matt Biddulph
In the melting pot of New York City, Latin American cuisine has been established not only as a profitable business but also as a reminder of home for the latinos living in the Big Apple.
Photo: photoskate 1. You pronounce words correctly. Hawaiian is actually quite easy to pronounce, as words are spelled as they are spoken.
Cuba has been on my “must see before I die” list for about ten years now. Something about the impossibility of it made it more appealing to me.
1. Denali National Park is probably not that impressive. 2. Why bother seeing the Northern Lights in person?
PARTYING AT THE LARGEST comedy festival on Earth and kayaking in the world’s highest tides, drinking Iceberg Vodka — while looking out at icebergs — and exploring North America’s only walled city north of Mexico.
EVEN WHEN EVERYONE ON YOUR FLIGHT IS COOL, economy class travel can still be a total nightmare. So why contribute to the nightmare?
Activists are calling to remove the Texas textbook for Mexican-American heritage and history, arguing it makes false statements that promote harmful stereotypes.
Photo: Eelke 1. If I’m not failing, I’m not trying hard enough. In writing, failure and rejection isn’t what happens when you’re doing it wrong.
Photo credit: Paul Sableman Thou shalt not elect a Republican mayor. Our beloved city hasn’t had a right-wing mayor since the early sixties, and with the hordes of progressive millennials streaming in and cramming the city’s apartment buildings, it sure doesn’t look like that streak will end anytime soon.
Photo: Rondo Estrello 1. Dallas is a Mexican Paradise. They say that everything’s bigger in Texas… and that’s especially true for the Mexican community.
Photo: Camdiluv ♥ 1. You actually prefer making friends with other expats. “I married an Argentine, my child is Argentine, I work with Argentines, I watch Argentine TV, eat Argentine food, read Argentine books and newspapers — and yet most of my friends are expats.
Photo: Kat Owens Take James Spann’s advice lightly. This guy is our weather guru, and what he says goes.