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It's Europe Day! (Yeah, we didn't know that either.) Welcome to your trends report for Friday, May 10. You're not alone if you were in the dark about the EU's annual holiday: Apparently, very few Europeans know that it exists. Nonetheless, between that,...
The Rush rock 'n' roll experience, circa 2013, is best appreciated as a head-spinning, high-tech pageant of light and sound. At Farm Bureau Live amphitheater in Virginia Beach Sunday, the Canadian power trio hauled out all the gear and gizmos. They...
The Hartford CourantIn art events around the Hartford area this month, it's all about Paris. The New Britain Museum of American Art has the Toulouse-Lautrec show. Trinity College in Hartford has its annual April in Paris film festival. And two university art galleries have...
Cindy Dole and Marena Padden, grade-level advisors of the Newport Chapter of the National Charity League, hosted an event this week at the newly opened Hood Kitchen Space in Costa Mesa. More than 30 of the chapter's eighth-grade girls participated in an...
Tags: Pancakes, Foods and Beverages, Travel, IHOP Corporation, France
To appreciate the re-imagined NoMI Kitchen, which was unveiled last year, it helps to have known the original NoMI. Only then can one appreciate $16 salads and upper-$20s (and beyond) entrees as steps in the direction of affordability. The tab at NoMI...
Almost four years after her husband's death from Parkinson's disease, former Sacramento County, Calif., supervisor Sandra Smoley has reinvented her life. She rented out the Fair Oaks home where she lived with her late husband, architect Walter Rohrer,...
Daily DishFlorent Marneau at Marché Moderne in Costa Mesa is celebrating Bastille Day with bouillabaisse from now through July 19....
Daily DishJudging from my Facebook page, I am one of about 3 million cooks who celebrated Bastille Day with a grand aioli Saturday. I really hadn't intended any kind of French patriotism with it -- we had good friends coming down......
Ahoy dear readers, ye swash bucklers and mates, Pirates have invaded Havre de Grace and encamped at the Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House, this weekend, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Discover where the first act of piracy occurred in 1635 in Maryland, by visiting...
Tags: Piracy, Foods and Beverages, Travel, France, Museums
PolitiCalFoie gras may be on the outs in California, but at least one San Francisco restaurant plans to keep the fattened goose liver on the menu indefinitely -- and they may be doing it legally. The Presidio Social Club, located......
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