Environmental Vegetarianism: How does it help?

Given the heating up on planet Earth, climate change is best avoided by switching to a vegetarian diet, which results in 2.5 x less carbon emission as opposed to a meat diet. With the population estimated to grow over 9 billion by 2050, earth’s natural resources are being consumed faster…

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Ken Burns and the New York Experience

The performers were worthy of Broadway. But we were 40 blocks south of the Theatre District in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The actors, in period clothing, played the role of actual New York immigrants in the Tenement Museum, a five story brick apartment building that housed 7,000 people…

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Sandals Grenada – Pure Luxury on The Spice Island

A private plunge pool is the height of luxury in a modern, all-inclusive resort. But Sandals LaSource Grenada takes the aqua action to a whole new level. Our suite was one of seventy with a pool attached at the newest and most innovative adults-only resort in the popular Caribbean chain.…

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The Halifax Farmer’s Market

Founded in 1750, the Halifax Farmers’ Market is the oldest continuously operating farmers’ market in North America. Ironically the current market is housed in an ultra-modern LEED certified building newly constructed to house over 250 merchants and marketeers. The Halifax Farmer’s Market A quarter-of-a-millennium ago the market was spread out…

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Top 10 Most Loved Sandwiches

When an 18th-century British servant piled layers of meat between two slices of bread so his hungry master, John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, could remain at the gaming table while playing cards, culinary history was made. While Britons never fully sank their teeth into the idea of the…

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