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101 Reasons For Pho

Okay, so its not really 101 reasons. Its actually 1.01. Because thats how much your entire meal will cost. (Beat that, Usdan). Okay, so maybe I exaggerated a little. But its not too far off… Read More...

Diabetic baboons and human reproduction

Somebody stopped me in Sherman the other day. (No, not THAT day. The OTHER one.) He asked me the following question. Is it better to ask out a girl while lying on her bed without… Read More...

A cantar de nuevo

Where is the point of contact? In what universe does Panama share a border with Jamaica? Where can you find the confluence of currents and the crossroads of journeys, where the conga and timbales flirt… Read More...

This month was made for you and me

Hispanic Heritage Month began on September 15 as a tribute to the spectacular achievements made by Hispanic Americans throughout history. Because of the impact that Hispanic Americans have made on the United States, we can… Read More...

Gone

We shared a moment, once. Im sure of it. Once upon a time, as the stories say. But if there ever was such a moment its long since vanished into the wind. Its spiraled away… Read More...

Getting In Her Shoes

I remember that when I saw the preview for In Her Shoes, I immediately assumed that it was the type of cookie-cutter movie that Id seen before, which contrasts the older, responsible sister, with the… Read More...

Hazing, Deis-style

I. No Justice For You MOTHER: Hoishal! Its me, your stereotypical Jewish mother. You never called to say you left that job at that nice newspaper, The Judge, or something. Think of your resume! Do… Read More...

Atmosphere expands under pressure

Forget everything youve learned about the atmosphere in science class: in the world of music, the planet gravitates around Atmosphere, not the other way around. This may be the one rule to live by in… Read More...

Give into peer pressure and give blood

October 20th is just around the corner, and I dont know about you, but to me, only one thing comes to mind: The Waltham Blood Drive. The severely anemic among us, myself included, all know… Read More...

Mi Tierra – a kick of Central American Cuisine

Now that youve found a high-quality Chinese/Asian restaurant, its time to move on to something a bit different: Guatemalan food. How do you even decide where to go for Guatemalan? Not everyone can have a… Read More...
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