Blogs I Follow
Last week I tried Ewa’s Pierogi in Glenview for lunch. My friend who knows Polish food suggested Ewa’s which is near the public library on Glenview Road. The small restaurant is cheery and light. They offer all you’d expect from … Continue reading
I’m so happy that I can travel vicariously with Meej Muse, who impressed me with her earlier Streets of Soul series. Watching this made me really wish I was back in Korea.
Originally posted on Beijing Daily Photo 2:
Each week Cee of Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to share photos with a rainbow of colors, i.e. at least four colors. I’ve posted a variety of pictures.…
It’s Chicago Restaurant Week till February 7. Today a friend drove down from Milwaukee and I planned to have lunch at the Peninsula Hotel, but didn’t have a reservation and there were no tables. That was disappointing but okay because … Continue reading
I just found these videos where children sample different kinds of food from around the world.
Impressionism. Monet painting. Art Institute of Chicago.
Originally posted on Ruined for Life: Phoenix Edition:
Keisuke Kinoshita’s Morning for the Osone Family (1946) probably couldn’t get made today. It’s an anti-WWII film that exposes how the military and government squelched free speech and exploited citizens even when…
A Japanese New Years card to wish you a terrific 2019.
Each week Cee challenges bloggers to share black and white photos based on a theme. This week she’s challenging us to share black and white photos of things with engines or motors. I dug up some photos of vehicles, which … Continue reading
“The audience seems hazy to me, shrouded in a veil through which I can’t see.” Park Chan-wook
A sailboat, a couple, and their little dog too.
A bit of this, a bit of that, the meandering thoughts of a dreamer.
A celebration of Japanese culture.
Favorite Finds From YouTube
TWO PILGRIMS PROGRESSING TO PARADISE
Vegetarian + plant-based recipes + travel photography
By University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana, iSchool Students
The good, the bad and the ugly; an uncensored look at the latest films hitting the big screen.
News and commentaries for a free and just China
Helping you attain your goals
Looking deeper at the best classic movies
Photos, thoughts and stories
Street | Urban | Travel | Photography by Marcus Puschmann
Open eyes. Open hearts. Open hands.
Connecting to Friends, Old and New, Through Recipes, Gardens, and Dinner Parties
K-beauty, skincare, Asian cosmetics, and possibly some hamster butts.