Happy Yalda! And some thoughts on Pars Arts.

Another year, another Shabeh Yalda… that’s right, kids, it’s time to bust out the pomegranate and halva and celebrate the longest night of the year. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, the IRNA has a good write-up and there’s also the Wikipedia page.

This site was on hiatus for most of the last month because of work/life stuff, but I’ll be back next week with some really good and considerably longer posts, and the goal of writing more regularly so there’s always something fresh.

I’m thinking a lot about what Pars Arts should be, because though the group blog thing was a great idea, I know it’s hard for people to make the time to write. And it’s time to take another look at the site and what it should do/be. I have some ideas of my own, but all thoughts on what you want to see here would be much appreciated – you can leave a comment or email me directly: editorATparsartsDOTcom.

In the meantime, have a wonderful Yalda (and a merry Christmas, if you celebrate) and see you on Tuesday.

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