In case anyone’s having West Coast mild-weather envy, let it be known that at this moment the entire city is draped with these lovely little fatties whose main intentions seem to be getting in the faces of hapless pedestrians.
The Official Blog of The North American Dostoevsky Society
Rainy City. Thunderous Ideas.
... and maybe a little rambling
Vancouver to St. Johns
New Inflatable Works
running until i can't
To help enrich the lives of others, we developed RunnersOnTheGo.com to help runners save money on races, running stores, and much more. We also provide the specific local information that makes your travel for business, vacation, or racing as rewarding as possible.
History, Culture, and Stories
Songs of the Universal Vagabond
living, dancing, running, loving life...
Journalist, writer, and playwright
A Vancouver photography blog. Usually Vancouver architecture but also about travel in Vancouver and in beautiful BC. Also, some images of my little dog, Harley, from time to time.
decolonization and travel culture
the dull musings of a wandering soul
with anderson and bryan
Informationen rund um die geplante Räumung der GHS
Art activities, exhibitions, poetics, philosophy and what's upcoming* or ongoing**
In a bid to ease the pressures of adulthood, and answer age old questions, like “Which side does that stamp actually go on?” and “How do I make a sandwich?” Marianna will provide detailed and questionable answers to get YOU where you want to go.
a personal exploration of perspectives, through art, writing, travel and social interactions
Spontaneous thoughts on a humble creed
Instants of people with something special
Low FODMAP and gluten free recipes and resources for delicate digestive systems
Local cooking and eating in New York's Hudson Valley.
Doing what you love without caring what others think. Let your geek flag fly!
Manuscripts, materiality, method: a research network
if writing is a muscle, this is my gym
photos in and around, here and there
Global issues, travel, photography & fashion. Drifting across the globe; the world is my oyster, my oyster through a lens.
Take time to do what makes your soul happy
Mr. Violin sheds light on curious facts about Brazil – but he also touches on issues that somehow connect Brazilians to world topics, making his audioblog an invaluable link between South America’s powerhouse and the rest of the globe.
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Travel Tips and Pictures
The beautiful picture of angels makes you happy.
Illegal writing, that is not legal writing. A lawyer trying to knock out a novel.
Looking at - and seeing - the world
an underground restaurant nestled in a vancouver home