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A Culinary Tour of New York City – Best International Cuisine

A Culinary Tour of New York City – Best International Cuisine
By Kayleigh Minicozzi LG Contributor New York City, historic destination for huddled masses seeking refuge, earned the nickname “the melting pot” because of its vast ethic, religious and all around diversity. With more than 170 languages spoken between the peak of Wakefield in the Bronx, to the tip...
February 16th, 2011 | Food & Wine | Read More

Ta Delphinas (Part II)

Ta Delphinas (Part II)
By David Rozgonyi Special to the Lost Girls Continued from part I… ***** An Austrian family who is very well prepared for camping indeed has decided to play a little Bocce ball. For those who are ignorant of this very popular game (especially with coordinated flocks of Netherland auto campers),...
August 18th, 2010 | Lost Boys | Read More

Ta Delphinas (Part I)

Ta Delphinas (Part I)
By David Rozgonyi Special to the Lost Girls David Rozgonyi was born in Libya to Hungarian political refugees in 1976. He has lived on four continents and has traveled through over 50 countries on foot, bus, train, motorcycle and Cyril, his beloved 1977 Volkswagen bus. His first book, Goat Trees: Tales...
August 18th, 2010 | Lost Boys | Read More