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Beth Adams
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This is a blog created to teach my kids about other cultures through their arts and food.
This is a blog created to teach my kids about other cultures through their arts and food.

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NORWAY: THE FOOD
Well, Earth Day was
yesterday, and I missed the March for Science. It was cold and blustery here in
Indianapolis, and I subconsciously (or consciously?) turned my alarm off
instead of hitting snooze and woke up after it started. Oh, well. I was there
in spi...

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NORWAY: MUSIC AND DANCE
Most likely, the
earliest musical traditions stemmed from the Vikings. There have been a few
artifacts that led anthropologists to piece together their musical traditions.
However, the music of Norway can generally be divided into two parts:
traditional and...

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NORWAY: ART AND LITERATURE
Norwegian artists
generally followed many of the trends of European art. And generally speaking,
Norwegian art is considered part of the larger Scandinavian art category. Viking art was one
of the leading periods of not only Norwegian art but was a prominen...

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NORWAY: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE
I have had a keen
interest with Norway for quite some time now. I think it started when I worked
at Concordia Language Villages and was introduced to the Norwegian camp called Skogfjorden.
I worked at the Japanese camp, but one year, we had a girl who worke...

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NIGERIA: THE FOOD
So, I took a couple weeks off, kind of unexpectedly. But hey,
this is a seven-year project, so I’m owed a few breaks every now and then,
right? I used this break to fight a little bit of sickness thanks to this
stupid weather and a newfound allergy to MSG, ...
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