Tulsa -also known as T-town- has lost some of its luster to Oklahoma City. But it remains a lively city, as shown by its down-to-earth and friendly people, its Art Deco buildings, its unusual sightseeing destinations and its love for culture.
Mirror, mirror on the wall… would you reflect back the actual truth?
A quick discussion on the unavoidable dangers of the (well) written words.
How do you cram four million people in a tiny valley? The answer lies in the vertical dimension. Caracas, the capital city of Venezuela, grows vertically.
Hordes of people are ubiquitous these days and can be very annoying. But crowds too offer an opportunity to find some joie de vivre.
Cities only differ in their local color. In a sense, once you have been to one city, you have been to all.
Beauty crawls into the most unexpected places. Can the attentive eye discover its hideouts?
What’s really new about the new year? Probably not much. And yet the ritual New Year’s eve celebration plays a role in the life of many.
Despite its implausible storyline and the cheesiness of it all, Casablanca remains a true cinematographic joy. Watching Casablanca’s drama unfold is the ultimate cult movie experience.
“Escribe, que algo queda” – Kotepa Delgado (a Venezuelan journalist)