Archives for June 30, 2009

{iStyle} Newsflash: Holt Renfrew’s Blogger Tribute

By: Jenn Ortiz, guest blogger

Just a little newsflash. Remember how we said that bloggers are becoming more valid and relevant in the fashion world? Case and point, these windows at Holt Renfrew’s are spotlighting a few of the top fashion bloggers. [Read more…]

¡Viva España! I – 10 Tips for the Study Abroad Student

 

*Note: Rachel is in Spain for the summer studying abroad. The adventures of an American in Spain will be featured here as her trip progresses.

By: Rachel Steinman, guest blogger

Traveling Abroad Part Uno!

Let me first apologize for the lack of posts on my part. I promise to have at least one entry on my Little Pink Book once a week on my trip to Barcelona. This entry mostly deals with the beginnings of traveling abroad. What others and I have learned thus far on our trip. We are still getting our feet into the water when it comes to immersing into Spanish or Catalonian culture. Barcelona is unusual than other parts in Spain by its major influence of Catalan in the culture. The two official languages in Barcelona and the rest of the Catalonia region are not surprisingly Spanish, but also Catalan. Signs all over the city consists of these two languages, NOT English. This can be quite frustrating, but extremely [Read more…]

{Tickled Pink} The unexamined life…

“The unexamined life is
not worth living.”

– Socrates (469 BC – 399 BC), in Plato, Dialogues, Apology


 

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Bon Jovi urges solidarity for #IranElection with song

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The month of June welcomes American rock star Jon Bon Jovi, his band Bon Jovi and Andy (a famous Iranian-Armenian Singer) recording a version of Stand by Me in response to the Iranian presidential election and the protests.

Bon Jovi sang some parts in Farsi, the language of Iran.

Check it out: [Read more…]