Living the inland search: Sup Surfing the Great Lakes

Living the inland search: Sup Surfing the Great Lakes
If you gotta go, you GOTTA go. That’s how Ian Jacobson views his passion for surfing. Starting at the age of 14, Ian found the freedom and joy that only riding moving bodies of water can bring. That bought him to paddleboarding which brought him …

Scientists Solve Surfing Snails Stumper
Biologists have now figured out that the surfing snails ascended from evolutionary relatives on the ocean floor. The surfboard evolved from the snails’ egg packet. ARI SHAPIRO, host: Good morning. I’m Ari Shapiro. Violet snails may be some of the best …
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Get Yourself in Surfing Shape
Most people who surf on a regular basis are strong, fit individuals in very good shape. I cannot think of any professional surfer who isn’t in top physical condition. However, surfing is a sport that requires both physical and mental strength.


In Search of Vegetarian Food in Belize

cusineIn Search of Vegetarian Food in Belize
Nearby Ko-Ox Han-nah (“Let’s go eat” in Mayan) serves a wide array of vegetarian fusion food with strong Mexican, Indian and Southeast Asian influences. Be aware, however, that the portions here are huge: The veggie burrito was longer than my forearm …

VIDEOS: The ‘KNEAD to Give Food & Music Fest’ Red Carpet Interviews With Raphael Sbarge, Ed Begley Jr. And More!
a food and music charity event which is a fusion of great food, live entertainment and passionate people who will come together to keep LA Green to support five local Los Angeles charities: Food Forward, HoneyLove, Muir Ranch Pasadena, Hollywood Orchard …

The melting pot: how Toronto’s ethnicities have influenced its food scene
If it’s not evident by the barely-blink-an-eyelid integration, there’s culinary proof in the form of its fusion food. This first became evident to me when passing Uncle Tetsu’s Japanese Cheesecake shop on the way to Chinatown, an offshoot of the …


Israeli cuisine? Chef takes his taste buds on a search

cusineIsraeli cuisine? Chef takes his taste buds on a search
In fact, there’s a lot of cooking in the film, from a Moroccan couscous to sumac-spiced medallions of grilled lamb, served with creamy sweet potato and steamed daikon. Usually after Solomonov tastes the dishes, he gives the chef a hug. Like chefs around …
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Jerusalem’s Eucalyptus Restaurant Has Created the Ultimate Foodie Experience
Focusing on local ingredients and ancient texts, Basson has created food that is exquisitely presented … and a terrific pastilla made with duck that reminded me of long ago trip to Morocco. Those were only the starters. The restaurant is kosher and …
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Is THIS the world’s best hotel brand? Inside the family-run, luxury chain with resorts in India, Dubai and Mauritius that has taken the title… for the second time
Results of the best brands were recently unveiled in the annual World’s Best Awards, which was based on travellers’ experiences around the globe, including rooms and facilities, location, service, restaurants, food and … properties in Morocco and UAE.
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The Search for New York Philharmonic’s Next Maestro

musicThe Search for New York Philharmonic’s Next Maestro
Early in 2001, during the final phase of the New York Philharmonic’s hapless, embarrassingly leaky three-year search to find a successor to Kurt Masur as music director, the players of the orchestra were granted unusual input into the deliberations.
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Remembering orchestra advocate Lee Henderson
“Lee was very much a free thinker in orchestra matters and also very much in the forefront,” wrote SOSM’s Jon Eisenberg, in an e-mail. “He was not affiliated with Save Our Symphony Minnesota or, to my knowledge, with any other orchestra groups.
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Review: Cleveland Women’s Orchestra’s 80th Anniversary Concert at Severance
Violinist Michael Ferri, who played the Bruch concerto with the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra in 2012, returned to help celebrate the 80th anniversary of that ensemble with the Tchaikovsky concerto on Sunday, April 26 in Severance Hall. Under the …
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