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An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017

100-year-old water line to be replaced in Smithfield – 13newsnow.com

13News Now Niko Clemmons has the story

Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017

Site-Specific BROKEN BONE BATHTUB Returns to NYC Tonight – Broadway World

Siobhan O’Loughlin brings her intimate solo theatrical event to Brooklyn, Manhattan & Queens today, January 13, through February 26. BROKEN BONE BATHTUB is the award-winning immersive one-person play taking place inside a bathtub-in an actual home. After a serious bike accident, a young woman musters up the courage to ask for help, and shares her story, exploring themes of trauma, suffering, human generosity and connection. The audience (of 4 to…

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2017

In the Least Surprising News of the Day, Lena Dunham Considered Getting Into Crystal Healing – New York Magazine

“Hey, pssst. Yeah you. I know a guy who can get you some primo rose quartz.”Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Glamour What has Lena Dunham considered doing after Girls wraps its final season? Besides all the other projects she has lined up, here are a few more possible paths she may take: natural soap manufacturer, horse doula, DJ (DJ Diva Cup), and/or succulent farmer. But that’s all speculation, so let’s…

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Fragrance Is The New Second-Hand Smoke – Huffington Post Canada

Fragrance is the new second-hand smoke. Being clean and smelling great should never mean using manufactured, toxic substances that you will inhale and absorb. Think about it: if you climbed to the top of a mountain and took a deep breath of fresh air, compared to a deep inhale of a “mountain fresh” home cleaner or scented candle, you would notice a difference in how it makes you feel, right? We are conditioned…

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2017

An Aleppo Tradition is Revived in Paris as France’s Own Soapmakers Duel – Olive Oil Times

Syrian soapmaker Hassan Harastani was forced out off Aleppo by years of brutal war during which the city’s famous Aleppo soap became one of the casualties. The maze of alleyways which once made up the ancient city of Aleppo used to house some 60 soap factories before it was reduced to rubble. The distinctive fragrance of olives and laurel which once wafted from the soap factories producing ‘Aleppo’s Green Gold’…

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2017