Tag Archives: Greece

Europe Being Europe

Christopher Columbus sailed west across the Atlantic, to find a new trade route to China, but the Americas got in the way, and there’s been nothing but trouble ever since. Europe had a new world, an expected world, to deal … Continue reading

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In Love with the Counterintuitive

There are a lot of absurdly rich people out here in Hollywood – there are far too many rare brand-new Ferraris and big-as-house Bentleys in the streets, and in Beverly Hills there are a lot of sixty-million-dollar homes lined up … Continue reading

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Not Greece

Bastille Day in Los Angeles – and no one notices. This is not really much of a French place, save for the immediate neighborhood, and this building just above Sunset Boulevard, home to a good number of those elegant folks. … Continue reading

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