March 2012

Why I Love Baseball: My Quest for 30 Stadiums in 5 Years

March 31, 2012
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Some people will never understand why I love baseball so much. They say it’s a slow sport, a boring sport. They say baseball is for old people, while young, hip people follow cool sports like basketball and football. I think they’re wrong. As much as I love basketball and football, I think baseball is the […]

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Exploring Colombia: Sweet Cholados in Cali

March 17, 2012
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I was a little disoriented by the hustle and bustle in El Dorado International Airport. As I rushed to depart Bogota, my Spanish language skills seemed to be fading just as I needed them most. Slow down!, I wanted to shout at the woman behind the counter. Why did every airport employee seem to want […]

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And His Name Was Charlie

March 15, 2012
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An original poem by Nora Garriga. she was an angry girl mad at the world always looking at the ground never making a sound her darkness blocking out the sun shining above it was a cold park bench flaking green wood, with sides made of cement he was sitting towards the east, watching the sunrise nodding […]

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Exploring Colombia: Biking Through Bogota

March 10, 2012
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As I rushed from work to Reagan National Airport, my heartbeat began to accelerate. In less than eight hours I would arrive in Bogota, Colombia. Colombia hadn’t been on my original list of countries to visit in the next five years. The list, which seems to grow each month, includes Vietnam, Cuba, Brazil, China, and […]

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