Cultivating Space: Andean Wisdom in Modern Life

November 2013

“One must relish the taste of the rains, listen to the corn growing, observe the colour of the winds – feeling onself at all times accompanied by our deceased ancestors. The nurturing of the chacra is the heart of the Andean culture which, if not the only activity carried out by the peasants, is the …

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Localized Currency Transforms Community

November 2013

Only 3 years old, “locavore” was the Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year for 2007 and describes one who eats within a 100 miles of where his or her food is grown or harvested. But what if those locavores could buy and sell their food with local currency instead of federal money? Would that …

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5 Portland DIY Craft Nights

November 2013

If you’re dying to explore your crafty side and check out the world of DIY Portland, but embroidering with Aunt Edna sounds painful, you’re in luck. If there’s anything that Portlanders know how to do, it’s combining the art of drinking with making things. We’ve found some funky, fun craft nights that bring new meaning …

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Guide to Portland, Oregon’s NE Alberta Street

November 2013

Though it’s not far from the center of the city, the feeling of Alberta is undoubtedly removed. It’s about community always, family often. Sure people come from all over the city to check out the bars, shops, and restaurants on this strip, but do the residents of this little enclave ever leave? And if not, …

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Jackson Hole: A Comprehensive Guide to Jackson and the Grand Tetons (Tourist Town Guides)

November 2013

Synopsis: Jackson was once a frontier of the American West. Today it buzzes with trendy restaurants, art galleries and cowboy nostalgia set amidst striking natural beauty and abundant wildlife. In this comprehensive guide, learn about the best of Jackson, including outdoor activities, shopping and dining, and the incredible landscape of the Grand Tetons. (Source)

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