As some of our readers may know, SiS has been donating to Direct Relief International ever since 2011. For three years, we have made sure a percentage of our advertising profits go towards helping people who need help. With this post, we would like to thank all of our amazing advertisers who have helped SiS/blog support Direct Relief! To inquire about placing an ad on SiS/blog, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Photo: Local Japanese women receiving bags of […]
drawn on the iPad by Luisa Our grandfather, Barnaby Conrad, was once a bullfighter. Now 90 years old, he has taught his grandchildren everything there is to know about his life and the world of Tauromachia. He wrote books on bullfighting, sketched hundreds of bulls, painted scenes of the bull ring, carved matadors out of wood, and even made a short film about the ancient sport. He was fascinated by the men who entered the ring and respected the bulls who fought. Our sketches […]
Now we don’t usually post things about food or cooking, but Fernanda has been experimenting in the kitchen and recently cooked a very good, spicy meal. It was called Keema Biryani, and it’s a very flavorful dish from India. Here is Fernanda’s recipe: What you’ll need: -2 cups of Basmati Rice -Minced ground beef -1 sliced onion -1 tsp of coriander powder and cumin powder -2 tbsp of red chili powder -2 tbsp of cardamoms, 2 tbsp of cloves -2 Bay leaves, […]
One. Two. Three. 3. What comes to mind when you think of the number 3? Rock, paper, scissors. Shoulders, knees, and toes. Snap, whistle, wink. Fork, knife, and spoon. Land, sea, and sky. Three is everywhere. This new series of short, 30 second films revolve around the simple things in life that come in sets of 3. Enjoy our first film!