9 MINUTE READ by Rebekah E. Henderson This article is part of the Summer 2020 ” Time for Change”‘ print…
On May 6, screenwriter Scott Meyers tweeted an article from “The Hollywood Reporter,” entitled “Was Sundance the ‘First Petri Dish’ of Coronavirus in the States?” A few days after attending Sundance Film Festival this year, I woke up one morning thinking I was having a heart attack. Massive pain in my chest. Hard to breathe. Went to the emergency room. Not heart related, something with my lungs. Maybe coronavirus?
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas — and that look differs from one culture to the next. Let’s take a look at how Christmas is celebrated around the world.
The awe-inspiring city is glorified by breathtaking forests, grand parks, immersive art and architecture that beckons travelers to explore.
Let’s take a peek into how different cultures celebrate Thanksgiving around the world.
Denver is near the mountains, not in them. The Mile High City is located on high rolling plains, 12 miles east of the foothills — a series of gentle mountains that climb to 11,000 feet. Just beyond is the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, picturesque snowcapped peaks that rise to 14,000 feet (fourteeners as described by locals). Denver might not be in the mountains, but the mountains still dominate the city.
Internationally renowned for hospitality and luxury, Cannes is home to more than 50 annual events that attract some three million visitors. The city’s busy, year-round calendar includes entertainment, music, advertising, technology and real estate conventions with the annual Cannes Film Festival being the most famous and swanky among them.
Social scholars consider food to be a cultural pillar, in part because it is idiocentric to societies worldwide. Food has been used to mark countries and peoples for generations. It follows, that in Zhaojialou, an ancient water town in Shanghai, China, local cuisine takes top billing among the regional treasures for travelers to explore.
If you’re religious, you probably know what the most important holidays are in the religion you’re practicing, but what about…
The Vancouver Asian Film Festival (VAFF) is an annual film festival held in Vancouver for about four or five days…