Inside the heart of Turkey

I have only been to Istanbul and Kusadasi, two coastal, tourist spots that are hardly representative of the complexity and diversity that is Turkey. My Armenian family comes in fact from a region called Marash, which is part of Turkey today, but was in fact once Armenian territory. My knowledge about the “real Turkey” comes […]

In New York for the music – Summer 2012 concerts

As I might head to NY City soon, after acquiring an addictive taste for it last Summer, I decided to find out what cool concerts were happening there during the rest of the Summer and early Fall. I was amazed at the quality and variety of the shows (and even surprised that some bands were […]

Top ten live music venues in LONDON

My favorite London band is actually the curently LA-based Purple Melon, so, I decided to commission this article from Rebecca Felgate, who  is much better informed about the London music scene of today. Happy listening! London has always been celebrated for its enormous ability to house upcoming and diverse music. With notorious bands such as The […]

Men’s vs Women’s Holiday Habits Exposed – Johnny Depp’s wife will not be thrilled…

I’ve heard it’s been raining heavily in Britain during late Spring and early Summer. Apparently, it has been the wettest June on record, and forecasts for July are not very promising either. This made me curious about what Brits were doing to escape their disagreeable summer. I was actually planning to write about favorite destinations […]

A perfect Hong Kong visit – Futuristic skylines and meditation gardens

The East will always remain a mystery to those who have never experienced it. In this respect, Hong Kong presents a unique blend of East and West, that may provide a good starting point for exploring some of the most intriguing regions in the world. THE PAST It is hard to understand Hong Kong without […]

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