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The Traditional Irish Wake|
Bee Smith, BellaOnline's Irish Culture Editor
The rites for honoring the dead and celebrating their life are still very much part of Irish rural culture. Undertakers may bury but the waking of the dead is still very much in the hands of the family of the departed.
Fun in Los Angeles|
Erin Lehn Floresca, BellaOnline's RV Editor
One of my all-time favorite places to visit is Los Angeles. This article features some of the places I like to go when I scoot down south to the City of Angels.
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5 Things to Know in Traveling in Southeast Asia
Travelling in Southeast Asia has been one of the top tourists’ destinations for its fantastic landscape, culturally rich countries, delicious food and comparatively inexpensive travel destination.
The Dingo Fence
The Dingo Fence in Australia is one of the longest man made structures on earth and enables farming of sheep to be successful in keeping dingos away from the flocks.
One Calamitous Spring - A Review
One Calamitous Spring: A Novel of Santa Fe is Edward F. Mendez’ debut novel. The story of the Silverton-de Baca family is at times hilarious, other times heartbreaking and always poignant. A non-polemic view of several societal issues, Mendez dexterously resolves the issues to an uplifting finish.
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