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There are numerous ways of exploring international culture, but few are as ubiquitous, communal and relevant as cuisine and music. What we eat and what we listen to define a large part of our personal, and collective, identity. Food and sound are important entry points to diving deeper into the societies, politics, arts and beliefs of other nations. With globalization occurring on numerous levels, we cannot only contemplate the media-heavy political and religious quarrels dividing a world. There is simply too much to explore to stifle ourselves due to false pretenses.

So goes the creation of InnerContinental. This site is dedicated to exploring and exposing trends in nutrition and music on a global level. It is well known that what goes in is processed and transformed into what we put out. By offering important and timely information on the tastes and sounds of the planet, InnerContinental documents the future of these industries as they happen now.

Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger
Starting out as a line cook in a food co-op at age 19, Jill has worked extensively in the natural products industry helping companies innovate and become socially responsible forces within the world marketplace. Focused on promoting healthy food choices, sustainability and cooperative work ethic, Jill is committed to making these values more available in our every day choices. She is a creative communicator, bringing clarity and focus together with inspiration to companies in their efforts to enhance their commitments to effective marketing, social networking and overall brand image.

Jill was a featured contributor in the 2009 Anthology “2012: Perspectives on the Next Age” (Tarcher/Penguin) and  “What Do You Believe?” (Outside the Box). She writes regularly for RealitySandwich.com, EthnoTechno.com and Examiner.com.

During a yoga teacher training program at the Sivananda Ranch in upstate New York in September 2001, Jill learned to trust that even in times of darkness truth is always shining the way to a brighter world. Businesses seeking responsible and honest marketing benefit by facilitating truthful and respectful relationships with their customers. Giving audiences the credit they deserve helps build better brands and a better world.
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3 responses

4 02 2008
sandi zimmermann

Hi Jill, Thank you for the wonderful article that you wrote about Nancy’s. It came to us because we have a blog alert. Anytime that Nancy’s is mentioned we get it. It is very exciting to see what you are doing. I hope to see you at Expo and hear all about it. Take care. Hugs.
Sandi

22 05 2008
Marti Wolfson

Derek,
I’ve just been introduced to your work and believe that we have many common visions around health and arts.
I am the community outreach manager at The BodyTalk Center, New York City. BodyTalk is a dynamically structured energy healing system. The goal is to help your various body systems to “talk” to each other and articulate needs with more clarity. There is a comprehensive protocol of questioning and feedback used to identify breakdowns in communication. In restoring these channels you generate a greater sense of awareness by learning to listen to your body better.
We have a brand new space in our center to hold workshops, events, music, dance and more. I’d love to introduce you to our space or even collaborate via your blog.
Let me know what you think and please check out our website.
Best,
Marti

20 02 2012
Alexander Halick

Great write-up, I am normal visitor of one’s blog, maintain up the nice operate, and It is going to be a regular visitor for a lengthy time. “There is a time for departure even when there’s no certain place to go.” by Tennessee Williams.

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