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Spirit of the Season

2018-02-01T18:18:22+00:00

Pass The Foie Gras: Christmas Menu Hard To Digest

December 21, 2008

I’m 8 years old. It’s the week before Christmas. I’m watching the Sonny and Cher Christmas special with my parents. There’s no smell of nutmeg wafting through this house and no time will be wasted opening presents. Such is the life of a secular Muslim immigrant in this land where Santa Claus visits a lot of people, but not everyone.

Spirit of the Season 2018-02-01T18:18:22+00:00

Three Books

2018-02-01T18:18:22+00:00

How To Be Killer At Cocktail Parties

July 15, 2011

My husband’s idea of hell is a cocktail party. Having to impress total strangers in under three minutes with just the right banter is enough to make him stay home.

Three Books 2018-02-01T18:18:22+00:00

World: Spring Equinox Signals Persian New Year

2018-02-01T18:18:22+00:00

March 18, 2011

For Iranian-Americans, as well as communities in the Middle East and parts of Asia, the Spring equinox is celebrated as the start of a new year. In Iran, Nowrouz, which is Persian for New Day, is a massive celebration which includes elaborate traditions like jumping over fire, to let go of the past and embrace a healthy life. Iranian-American author and commentator Firoozeh Dumas shares her stories of celebrating Nowrouz in Iran and the United States with host Michel Martin.

World: Spring Equinox Signals Persian New Year 2018-02-01T18:18:22+00:00
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