The one thing that came to mind when I found out that the Vatican revised internal laws regarding child sex-abuse cases was “Finally!” Over the past year especially, the Vatican has come under scrutiny for not reacting in a timely and proper manner to sex abuse scandals.
“Pot is Back!” proclaims the July cover article in Philadelphia Magazine that delves into residents’ of the Main Line (aka rich suburbia) secret use of marijuana to relax after the trials and tribulations of daily life. The show Weeds also highlights the life of a suburban widow, who lacking any real job skills took Read More
Besides air conditioned rooms, pools and the beach (which can’t always be frequented) food and drink play a key role in influencing body temperature. In this heat it’s hard to have an appetite for heavy, greasy and hot foods. So in light of Spain’s triumph over Germany on Wednesday, here are two Spanish summer Read More
The United States is turning 234 and that means it is time to celebrate the triumph over the British that has allowed for the nation to develop into the country it is today. Most of us will be honoring this achievement with BBQs, music, trips to the beach (if possible), if you’re in Philly Read More
It seems there is a constant fear in the U.S. that Spanish will take over English and that life as those proud to only speak English will forever be changed for the worse as a result. They complain that immigrants do not learn English quickly enough or at all. Interesting how they so readily Read More
There is nothing I like more than to relax on a hot summer day with a refreshing Mojito. I look forward to the smooth blend of rum, mint, lime, and sugar that when made well is perfection in a glass. I recently found perfection at La Casa Bacardí in San Juan, where you are Read More