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Posted Dec 8, 2011 in Events

The Legend of Christmukah

He was a dashing young lad, a chimney sweep of no more than twenty or so. She was a rich Jewish widow of glorious beauty, a lonely woman of almost forty. London brought them together on a mild December day when snowflakes the size of babies’ hands were gently gliding down from heaven. The young boy was roaming the streets with his...

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Posted Oct 2, 2011

Fleur de Montagne

B400

My dad and I had just come off the Piatra Craiului. We had set off the day...

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Posted Sep 25, 2011

Just for Jokes (Part IV)

Crisana-Lumanari

In RO, we laugh at death – that’s when we’re not crying or...

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Posted Sep 4, 2011

The Exorcist (Part One)

Alger

Chemma is poison the first time you try it. Well, actually, it’s always...

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Posted Aug 21, 2011

An Ephemeral Slice of Love

Hotel

Rachid and his mom had left for Montreal the day before, and I was now living ...

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Posted Aug 7, 2011

Just for Jokes (part III)

I think it’s just about time for some more Romanian humor. Also, some...

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Posted Jul 24, 2011

Uptown Dutty Livity

Dancehall

I was driving down Goyer Street this one day in April, on my way to the ...

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