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American 'Idol' Winner Shines Spotlight On South's Gullah Geechee Culture
Come Along and Ride on a Linguistic Voyage
VP, Marketing at Smartling and Co-Author, 'Found in Translation'
Elizabeth Little traveled thousands of miles, chronicling her encounters with Navajo, Quileute, French, Gullah, Basque, Haitian Creole, and Spanish people. In this interview, she offers tips for other language road-trippers.
Daughters of the Dust
: Food in an Independent Movie
Associate professor and director of Food Studies initiatives, ...
Julie Dash's masterpiece cannot be considered a "food movie" per se. It does not embrace the "food porn" aesthetics that tend to identify the genre.
A Young Teacher
Teacher, Writer, Critic
Will these newer to the profession, in this time of tests and standards and accountability, still be creative teachers?
Excrabaganza: A Crab Quest on the Atlantic Coast
Freelance writer, food blogger
I can report that a basket of salt-encrusted blue crabs is a meal like no other. In heaven, these will be the bar snack, mark my words.
Will Your Vacation Destroy Your Destination?
Alison Stein Wellner
Alison Stein Wellner writes about travel, food, culture and more.
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