Monthly Archives: November 2011

Bitter Pills to swallow for Greece and Italy

Greece and Italy are facing bitter pills in the upcoming months, but they wont be panaceas by any means–nothing ever is.  The impending cuts and slashes of looming austerity programs (a second round of austerity for the Greeks), however, are just one of many solutions in a cocktail of prescriptions necessary to bring both countries […]

The Shams Report

The News While You Wait

Katie Putz

Writing the Good Write.

journeyman coffee

Coffee shop and Coffee Catering


A mama blog for all things parenting and mixed heritage kids

Eyes on Europe & Middle East

Des regards croisés sur l'Europe et le Moyen Orient


Bringing language research into the classroom

All Things Revolutionary

An objective view of what Iran's revolution means in the 21st c/e

Foreign Policy

the Global Magazine of News and Ideas


Critical Perspectives on U.S. Foreign Policy


Syria and Turkey commentary

Media Diversified

Analysis. Stories. Aesthetics. By and from the diaspora.

Sorry Television

Reading a book a week


"Books are humanity in print." Barbara Tuchman

Sentence first

An Irishman's blog about the English language.

QWF Writes

Quebec Writers' Federation. Two cents, once a month.