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Historic Coronado, California

I float in a sun-warmed, peanut-shaped tile pool, watching the breeze flip the palm fronds against a turquoise San Diego sky, sipping a midday mimosa. Cally, the woman for whom I was house sitting, had ...

Tijuana Crackdown on Chewing Gum Litter

In an effort to curb certain citizens’ tendency to toss gum on city streets, Tijuana businesses, under the auspices of city hall and the police department, have posted placards that warn of fines for sidewalk ...

Panama in the Buff

Today, wedged between the old and the new, the natural and the modern, Panama is a country of both paradox and transition. With a biodiversity exceeding its more famous neighbor to the northwest – Costa ...

Mayan Ruins of Palenque, Mexico

Amidst jungle-shrouded hills overlooking the Usumacinta River basin in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, the Mayan site of Palenque is a jewel for anyone interested in ancient Mayan civilization. Palenque offers a little bit ...

Drunk Baker

There are a lot of weird things people do when they’re inebriated. Some drunk dial (not recommended), others drunk drive (so very unbelievably uncool); some drunk smoke, some drunk kiss (or more, and stop looking ...

Are Your Skills Marketable?

Judy Kaplan Baron, master career counselor, explains the idea of marketable skills. Talk to me about what the term ‘marketable skills’ means. Skills are those abilities that enable you to perform tasks. Some are innate ...

Nobody wants to Buy What You’re Selling

We all know about networking, right? Well, it might be wise in this economy to stop doing it — at least in the way you’ve been probably been doing it. And why, in this terrible ...

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