Living

The Journey Inward

      Travel changes you. The late and lovely Anthony Bourdain said, “The journey is part of the experience —an expression of the seriousness of one’s intent. One doesn’t take the A train to Mecca.”   Sabine traveled to California with the...

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Easy Cheese and Veggie Boards

Is there anything better than a late summer charcuterie and veggie board snack? These easy cheese and veggie boards are perfect for a picnic in the park or a poolside date night. data-ad-client="ca-pub-2242250846636345" data-ad-slot="3540788754">Creating the perfect...

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She Loves Telling the Sports Story

Whitney Harding ascribes to one theme: when in doubt, know that you will find a way. Her passion for sports started as a child growing up in a family with boys and in a neighborhood full of kids that would play basketball together. She was a gymnast and dancer until...

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This Book Publisher Loves Podcasts

What’s She Reading? What’s She Watching? What’s She Listening to? You might think her nose would be in a book most hours of the day, but this author and publisher surprisingly admits she has little time for books in her free time. Meet Sarah. In...

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One Clan Tours Scotland’s Highlands

It is the land of bagpipes, bloodstained castles, and breathtaking vistas. A lush, seafaring land laden with lochs, waterfalls, 790 islands, and landscapes emboldened by majestic, emerald green mountains. It is a hiker’s paradise; a place where the untouched beauty of...

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“I Could Talk Scotland for Hours…”

    Carmen and her best friends celebrate the completion of their final dissertation at the University of Glasgow. Scotland has called Carmen Schreiber, 24, since she was a wee bairn. That’s the Scottish slang for baby, but Carmen already knows that. “I could talk...

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I Will Give Them a Voice by Using My Own

Sony's participation in the Light to Night walk is way for her to pay tribute to her sister and show support for others whose loved ones have died from cancer. The center photo in the background shows Sony with her sister. Cancer is a heck of an opponent. Luckily,...

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Exotic Eats

This month, take a delicious journey to local restaurants and discover mouthwatering exotic foods you won't be able to resist. Treat yourself to a dinner with a slightly unusual twist. Red Ruby Trout at Brasserie Provence  What you see is what you taste. Guy Genoud,...

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Rebuilding an Island

Last September, St. John, the smallest and most remote of the U.S. Virgin Islands, was devastated by hurricanes Irma and Maria. The two storms — 14 days apart — destroyed homes and the island’s only public school. Out of the island’s 103 boats...

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