Text & Photos by Kimberly Cecchini Over omelets spiced with gallo pinto at Rancho Colón in Querrada Amarilla, we planned our first adventures. Mateo, our young Tico tour guide, mapped out the first few days in Costa Rica on a napkin at the soda (open-air restaurant). Our first stop was going to be the Bijagual … More Pura Vida: El Segundo Parte: Chasing Cascadas
As featured on the cover of Millennium Magazine, June 2014. Pig & Prince: Restaurant & Gastro Lounge, 1 Lackawanna Plaza, Montclair, NJ 07042 P: 973-233-1006 Twitter: “Not many chefs look their food in the eyes. Literally…I know my lambs. I’ve birthed lambs…I witnessed the birth of this lamb and now I’m going to witness the reason … More From Station to Gastro Lounge: The Reincarnation of the Historic Lackawanna Station in Montclair
Text by Dr. Nina Radcliff Stop! That’s not Garbage! I am not advocating that we eat garbage. What I am advocating for is a plant version of “Nose-to-Tail” cooking. For those reading who have not heard this term before, it comes from the “foodie” classic book by Fergus Hend-erson on how to consume an entire … More Don’t throw the best of your produce in the trash
By Joel Mayer of The Capital Press Article originally posted on February 18, 2014 5:38 pm. All rights reserved by The Capital Press. 2014 has barely begun, yet protests in Phnom Penh have gotten off to a bloody start. Since December, thousands of Cambodian garment workers have taken to the streets to voice their discontent over a … More Cambodia-made Clothes Should Make You Feel Guilty
By (Anonymous) Guest Author Views presented in the article are those of the author and may not be of Tonight at Dawn. So there’s a new(er) app out called YIK YAK, which essentially works like a twitter account, with one small difference —the sender of the message is anonymous. Using geo-fencing technology on your smartphones, … More YIK YAK Paddy Whack!
Featuring Dena Floryczk’s photography; Nigerian School Project article by Tonight at Dawn founder, Kimberly Cecchini, as published in the June 2014 issue of Millennium Magazine (listed on the cover). Read the article and see more photos! : https://tonightatdawn.com/2014/05/04/the-nigerian-school-project-going-full-circle/Stay tuned for the posting of Cecchini’s other article in the issue, “Pig & Prince: Restaurant & Gastro Lounge”.
Text and Photo by Kimberly Cecchini “We’ve all proven that we can’t be trusted with the future tense. We’ve all been asked, don’t you want to leave a better Earth for your grandchildren and we all have collectively responded,” John Oliver punctuates our collective insolence with a shrug, “eh, f— ’em”. Human nature is shortsighted; … More Climate Change: The Present and Future Tenses
Text by Kimberly Cecchini Orange is the New Black returned to Netflix yesterday with a second season ready for binging. While I am certainly tuning in to see Chapman’s fate with her wrecked romances and her Christmas run in with Pennsatucky, I am also interested in some of the social issues the show embeds at times. Some of the story … More Orange is the New Black: Don’t Tell Me “Freedom Was Inconvenient for You”
By Mahak of Economydecoded.com Article originally posted on 23 Feb, 2014 5:25 PM. All rights reserved by Economydecoded.com I was walking along with my friend and I saw a heart-wrenching incident on our way. As we walked by a temple there were quite a few beggars outside the temple. The beggars comprised of an old senile … More The Recklessness That Ails Our Generation
Tread Lightly on Your Skin, In Your Wallet & On the Earth: In the first piece in her series on natural beauty products for Tonight at Dawn, Dr. Nina Radcliff discusses the origins and potential uses of witch hazel. Dr. Nina Radcliff is a syndicated medical columnist who also appears on the Fox News Channel and … More Tread Lightly: Dr. Nina Radcliff on Witch Hazel