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Sojourn in Santa Cruz

By: Sandra Givens When I long for the smell of the sea and the sound of the eternal waves breaking on the shore, I head to Santa Cruz.  It’s a quick flight from Phoenix and a short drive over the hill from San Jose to immerse yourself in a totally different environment. You can go from our dry desert...

Melbourne During the Night – Top Venues to Visit

By Diana Smith Looking for a crazy night out in Melbourne? You’ll be happy to know that you’ve come to the right place! Sweaty dancefloor sessions, booze, happiness, quality music and, above all, enjoyment are all to be expected on the best dance floors in Melbourne. So let’s get the party started! Bella...

Chorrillos– Lima, Peru Lifestyle

By Maureen Santucci Now that visitors are spending a bit more time in Lima, they’re looking for places to branch out besides the typical tours and tourist destinations. The standard so-called “Lima City Tour” only focuses on some of the historic places in the downtown area. But with a metropolis this size,...

Biltmore Harvest this Autumn

VISIT STAY WINE SHOP GROUPS & WEDDINGS MORE Harvest Flavors, Fall Colors Greetings, George Vanderbilt planned for Biltmore to be a sustainable working estate; as I watch our gorgeous grapes being picked this harvest season, I can’t help feeling proud of the way we’ve held true to his pioneering vision....

Benefits of Lunch Meeting at Organic Restaurants

Scheduling a meeting is important to discuss company’s progress and business with the clients or employees. Many professionals prefer lunch meetings with their colleagues or partners or their customers for making business deals. You may have put a lot of effort in choosing suitable furnishings, office...

T. Cook’s & MixUP Bar Re-Launch—An Explosive Event and Cocktail Recipe

  By Norman E. Hill & Maralyn D. Hill Years ago, Gene Autry had a hit song, “In My Adobe Hacienda.” His glowing description pales in comparison to the elegant hacienda-like setting for the October reception. You felt the intimacy of a hacienda, but the décor was fresh and inviting, welcoming you to come in...

Five Don’t Miss Restaurants in Quebec City

Quebec City has no shortage of restaurants, but visitors often miss out on the truly great food and instead visit only the higher-priced, lower-quality tourist-oriented restaurants. If you’re looking to eat delicious food with the locals, without straying too far from the Old Port, check out these...

Crawfish College

Crawfish College       The first class of the Crawfish College in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana has picked six journalists to evaluate the program and offer suggestions before opening to the general public. Crawfish is such a huge part of the culture, it is a wonder culinary opportunity. We officially started...

Travel and Words—A Gateway to Seaside, Oregon

  Recently, my wife Maralyn, fellow journalist Michelle Winner, and I attended the Travel and Words Conference in Seaside, Oregon. We were delighted to take advantage of this opportunity to tour the town of Seaside and nearby sites. Food, Frivolity, and, of Course, Beer Our tour started with lunch at Camp...

Technomic’s 2013 Restaurant Trends: You know we had to do trends for the Jan. issue!

Every month, I get a newsletter from Liz Wunderlich of the US Meat Export Federation. This issue carried information of the restaurant trends for 2013. I felt you would enjoy reading them and seeing how many you observe. Thanks Liz, your information is always informative.  Readers, I’d be interested in what...

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