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Travelogue HRVHS music teacher attends International Music School in China Hood River News

Dan Kenealy teaches band and choir at Hood River Valley High School. This summer, he traveled with other music students and teachers from Oregon to attend an international music summer school in China. During his three-week stay, he learned to

Monsoon in Goa — 8 Top Reasons for Visiting Goa in the Monsoon

Monsoon in Goa or Goa’s rainy season is between the months of June and August. The rains start in late May and extend up to September, but most of it is in the June-August period. Goa is in the Konkan

Top 5 cruises for an unforgettable luxury holiday in Antarctica –

A holiday to the white continent of Antarctica is on many a traveller’s bucket list, but how can you decide on which cruise to take? There are now a number of operators offering exciting trips to this vast and icy

Town of Holderness NH

Perfectly perched on over an acre, 44 Marden Point captures the essence of Squam Lake. This home was thoughtfully designed with views in mind. Details make a difference; an incredible 4 season Great Room boasting a floor to ceiling wood

Grimaldi Freighter Cruises Northern Europe to the Mediterranean and South America

The first port of call on our four-week southbound voyage on the Grande Francia was Le Havre, France. We rented a car and drove to Etretat, a small village 35 km northeast, known for its cliffs, including two natural arches

Top 10 Luxury Hotels in Paris – The Slow Road Luxury Travel Blog

In my many years of designing itineraries for France-bound travellers, I’ve found that most of these journeys begin in Paris. How could anyone resist? Aside from it being your likeliest point of arrival into the country, there’s something about the

A fellowship of LEGO builders takes us on an epic journey through Middle-earth with 13 amazing creations The Brothers Brick The Brothers Brick

J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy world of Middle-earth, best known from The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit books and films, has shaped much of modern fantasy. Indeed, LEGO builders have been finding inspiration there for a very long

2016 Dispatches Beaufort Gyre Exploration Project

We’re just beginning a month-long scientific journey to the Beaufort Sea on the Canadian icebreaker the CCGS Louis S. St.-Laurent. The Joint Ocean Ice Expedition is a collaboration of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Beaufort Gyre Exploration Program with

Pension Pulse CPPIB and the Caisse Focus on EMs

Apart from Brazil, there is a keen interest in India and China. The Caisse just increased its stake in Azure Power Global Ltd. (Azure Power), a leading player in solar energy, to 40% through a US$100 million contribution to the

Entertainment Guide Celebrity Solstice – Cruise Advice

Being heralded as “Australia’s Best Cruise Ship” by the Berlitz Guide, a globally recognised authority on cruising, is a bold claim, but one which the majority of its customers say is something Celebrity Solstice smashes out with relative ease. One key

Mercedes-Benz 190E Instrument Cluster Removal W201 1987-1993 Pelican Parts DIY Maintenance Article

There are basically two methods for removing the cluster. The first method is really only for people with smaller arms and hands. If you have Popeye forearms and or can palm a basketball, chances are you will be using the

Cruceros – Especialistas en Cruceros

Si la preocupación viene por el tema de la Cena de Gala, hay que señalar que cada naviera es un mundo. Muchas exigen un código concreto. No obstante, hay que destacar que cada vez son más las compañías de cruceros

October Alexandria Events – Old Town Crier

Celebrate the history of wine in Virginia with exclusive evening tours of the Mansion and cellar, appearances by George and Martha Washington, and a live blues band. Bring a blanket, relax on the east lawn overlooking the scenic Potomac River,

The World Factbook — Central Intelligence Agency

Several of the oldest cities of northwestern Europe are highlighted in this astronaut photo of 10 August 2011. While the landscape is dotted with clusters of lights from individual urban areas, the metropolitan areas of London (lower left), Paris (center),

Eulogy for my Dear Father, Armen Bagdasarian

It is with this quote from my father’s favorite book by the revolutionary Armenian writer Raffi, that I will attempt to summarize the life of the man who made the most positive and lasting impact on my life. I don’t

Crossover Media

Tomorrow evening – October 26th at NYC’s Rubin Museum in New York, Kavita Shah presents a special performance of "Folk Songs of Naboréa" This represents Sha’s most ambitious work to date, and was named by NPR as one of the Top 10 Jazz Performances