Monthly Archives: February 2012

Airports, Art and Fear.

What airports and forests have in common? 1) they have a lot of space 2) people move through airports and forests on their way to somewhere else, only in extreme circumstances staying there longer than necessary 3) both – forests … Continue reading

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Latvia. An Insider’s view from Outside.

I was not born yesterday. I was born in Latvia. It is a small, clever country. Small because it is surrounded by big countries who each took a slice from it. Clever because despite being small it is still on … Continue reading

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Viruses attack!

It is the season when viruses attack. They attack us for a reason – they love us and think we are delicious. Few weeks ago I got sick with snivels. I was told snivels and common cold  (for some strange reason … Continue reading

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Meet the Team: Generation Y. Interview 2.

Remember the mumblecore indie darling from 2010 “Tiny Furniture” by Lena Dunham? Everybody was up on their hind legs, waiving their arms, getting in lines to see the film. – This is the voice of the Generation Y! – the film critics … Continue reading

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