Religion and Science

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , In Search Of , Insights , Opinion

Recently arriving in Bangalore India for a six-month stay, I’ve enjoyed the daily reading of The Speaking Tree column; prompting me to return to my own thoughts on religion and being.  Coming from a mixed-religion household, my mother was a Protestant, (of English, Scottish, and Cherokee heritage), and my father was a Jew (of an Irish Catholic father, and a Russian Jewish mother), I’m not quite sure if that makes me — religiously speaking — more confused, or less.   The Swami Kryanada previously (Aug 31) talked about science and religion: […]

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The Age Of Glamour

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog

Chapter 4 – I waited for Jimmy Durante in front of the Copacabana nightclub, nervous and excited at the same time. He said he’d get me a job in the chorus line, but still, I was a little skeptical. After all, the club was to open two days from now – November 10 – and here was I, a young girl who had never danced in a chorus line before, let alone one in New York. But I began to imagine it. After all, Jimmy Durante was Jimmy Durante: a […]

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Copacabana: The Great American Superclub

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Interviews , Reviews

The Copacabana in New York City was one of the most iconic nightclubs of all time. It was 5:00 AM and Jerry Lewis just walked into Reubens on Madison & 59th St., his arms filled with the early edition of the NY Mirror and his hat turned backward portraying the hapless paperboy. He proceeds to sell them table-by-table. He then returned the papers that were unsold and any money collected to an excited paperboy. On this night, as on most nights, the crowd was a who’s who of the New […]

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Post-Pandemic Business Strategies

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog

Post-pandemic business strategies vary from business to business. Today we’re going to discuss bars and restaurants.

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Cancun, Mexico

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Reviews , Travel

So I’ve been living in Cancun since November 2020, and thought I’d share some of the good places I’ve stumbled onto. I’ve been writing for New Theory Magazine. and recently did an article on a few places I’ve found in Cancun, Mexico worth knowing about. While many tourists only know the Hotel Zone, where all the top resorts are located, is much more to the city. In the article ‘Escape To Cancun‘, I provide a few spots to begin with — a hard-to-find beach restaurant, a quiet beach, and how […]

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