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The Small Goddess & The Reluctant Thief

Note: Another entry into a contest. The prompt was to write a tavern-based fight scene in 1,000 words or less. It’s tough for me to stay within a word limit and still keep things understandable, so this was a challenge! 1,014 more words




For me, to make or prepare food is a visual art. The 7 Seas in Plomari does the same thing. In Japan they make sushi and they say: When you eat 80% of the appetite is trough  your eyes and 20% is your stomach.  170 more words


Wicked Wolf, Hoboken

On a sunny afternoon, Sanne and I went for a walk from Jersey City to Hudson. The sun was shining, and the views were stunning as there was not a cloud in sight. 102 more words


Rumble at the Red Rock Tavern

“Well, at least the night ended well for Chris,” Joe said finishing his bottle of Coors Light.

Sitting alone in the empty booth at the… 1,003 more words


From Flickr: "The Shorthorn Steak House & Tavern - London, Ontario" by The J. Smith Archive

268 Dundas Street East, London, Ontario
In the heart of Downtown
Close to major hotels and shopping

Mailed from London, Ontario to Mrs. Minnie Lantsch of Holland, Michigan on August 3, 1963: 38 more words

down the rabbit hole

dim lights barely demystify the smile of strangers
and new faces tempt the curiosity of the regulars,
who are mostly white, unshaven men with
company named baseball caps, singing along… 52 more words