By: Caitlin L. As anyone with a calendar can see, we are in the month of November. That means we are just a few short weeks away from the only holiday devoted solely to eating- Thanksgiving. Although I cannot imagine a Thanksgiving without a turkey, I know many have lived their whole lives celebrating without [...]
The 15th annual Boston Vegetarian Food Festival is just around the corner! The annual event is sponsored by the Boston Vegetarian Society, an all-volunteer non-profit organization that seeks to increase awareness of the vegetarian lifestyle as well as advance the way of life. The Boston Vegetarian Food Festival is open to all people of all [...]
By: Cait D Farm Aid, an organization working to support the existence of small farms in the United States, is putting on their annual Farm Aid concert in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This day-long event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 2nd, is said to have over 25 artists performing, including the founders of the Farm Aid organizations Willie [...]
As undergraduate art students are taught, it is necessary to limit the scope of the work they are doing in order to be able to accomplish a reasonably well finished piece of art. To start out with the idea of making a painting is too overwhelming. A painter needs to start out at least with [...]
I have experimented with many different types of cooking, from Chinese to Mexican, and a lot of the non-European cuisines have something to offer in terms of flavor. However, none comes close to the variety and depth of flavor that Indian cooking achieves.