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Friday, August 5th, 2005

Wellness: Puerto Rico: Overcoming My Fear of the Outdoors

by Sherrie Bakshi On my first trip to the Caribbean, I did something that I have never done before: fulfilled a New Year’s resolution. I had vowed to overcome my fear of the outdoors and to actually do the things that I had talked about doing for years. On my to-do list were kayaking and

Thursday, July 28th, 2005

Visionaries: Pamela Fishman Cianci

Pamela Fishman Cianci and I are enjoying a glass of Sauvignon Blanc at the Four Seasons in San Francisco when the style editor of San Francisco Magazine walks by in a fabulous black Hermès ensemble. Spotting Pamela,...

Wednesday, July 27th, 2005

Culture: Italy: Olympics Diva Gives Torino Shopping a Ten

by Anna Irrera Hello there!!! I hope you decided to keep reading about Turin since, as I promised in my first article, this one would be more fun and especially more scrumptious! Personally I think a city...

Monday, July 25th, 2005

Wellness: Our Spa Diva Gets Fit (and Chills Out) in San Francisco

by Adrienne Arieff Sometimes spa vacations feel a little too indulgent. All that pampering can make an active girl restless. So you don’t have the funds or time to go to India or St Tropez—no problem! There...

Monday, July 11th, 2005

Culture: San Antonio, Texas: Fiesta Forever!

by Stephanie Block Fiesta is like a Mexican Mardi Gras—it’s the biggest party in Texas, and in a state that size, that’s really saying something! What better setting for this hundred-year old, ten-day party than historic San...

Monday, July 11th, 2005

Culture: Italy: Bye-bye, Miss America

by Audrey Mei It was a good thing I booked my ticket to Italy with Spain’s Iberia Airline because Alitalia went on strike the week I left Portugal. It was a sad occasion to leave that country....

Thursday, June 30th, 2005

Culture: Hong Kong: French Fries and Ice Cream

by Joanne Olivieri The air was dense, humid—a pungent aroma of diesel fuel, baked yams, and other harbor delicacies. I’d been sightseeing for hours, roaming the busy streets of Kowloon immersed in cultural flavor. It was time...

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