Posts Tagged: lebanon

On Dave Chappelle OR On Being Apartment-less, Car-less, and Arab-less in Los Angeles

Having spent the last few years immersed in the Arab and Arab-American worlds, I am now in a place that is a lot less familiar to me. I am in a place where, on the same street, there are Himalayan

On Dave Chappelle OR On Being Apartment-less, Car-less, and Arab-less in Los Angeles

Having spent the last few years immersed in the Arab and Arab-American worlds, I am now in a place that is a lot less familiar to me. I am in a place where, on the same street, there are Himalayan

I am sad for Hugo Chavez’s death.

I am sad for Hugo Chavez’s death. I am. Not because I felt any particular affinity for the Venezuelan president and nemesis of the West. Not because of the time I laughed in a precarious sadness, a hilarity, a relief

I am sad for Hugo Chavez’s death.

I am sad for Hugo Chavez’s death. I am. Not because I felt any particular affinity for the Venezuelan president and nemesis of the West. Not because of the time I laughed in a precarious sadness, a hilarity, a relief