Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dubai – A City (and Experience) of Extremes

  Oh, how I’ve missed the hustle and bustle of moving crowds, the never-ending spectrum of lights, and the warm glow of life that bursts from the hearts of big cities! After the longest duration of time that I’ve ever spent away from the States (almost three months), the sight of the Dubai International Airport… Read more »

On Beauty: Sean Kingston, Ethiopian Flight Attendants, and Tolerating Disapproval

Apparently I am “not thick enough” for American R&B pop-star, Sean Kingston. [For those of you who do not know what “thick” means, you can look up the definition at www.urbandictionary.com] On September 17, Kingston performed at Amahoro Stadium with Rwandan singer, Tom Close. Despite all the anticipation and hype about the event, even a… Read more »