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Monday, October 17th, 2016

Diva Visionary Alison Shares Her Secrets of Success

“Brilliant!” “I wish I thought of that!” Those are the few positive expletives that Alison Bernstein receives when people learn about the incredible service she created while pregnant and in graduate school at Columbia. It helps that Alison is super smart and driven. How smart? One of her first careers was working in investment banking for

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

French Traditional Goes Theatrical in Burgundy, France

A few French winemakers are taking note of an incredibly surreal and otherworldly tasting room that has just opened at la Maison  in the Burgundy village of Vougeot. The tasting room  is a first for the region, a short hop from...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

Mixing it up with an delicious line of eco-friendly mixers

  With a name like Stolen Fruit, it sounds like the makes run into vineyards in the middle of the night and steal the fruit they use to create their delicious cocktail mixers. Actually, it is the...

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

A Seaside Sanctuary Close to Home: The Fairmont Grand Del Mar

I often share with close friends and Tango Diva followers that one does not need to go overseas to find a unique pampered travel experience. European-style luxury may be only a short domestic flight away. When asked...

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Fiesta Texas, San Antonio: Family Fun this Fall

Amusement parks are great places for multi-generational outings: perfect for children, and where all ages are allowed to act like children. Six Flags Fiesta Texas — located in one of the most popular travel destinations, San Antonio...

Sunday, August 28th, 2016

Inn at Mystic: Seaside New England Charm & History

The town of Mystic, Connecticut isn’t very big — but there’s a lot of punch packed into a small space here. Its picturesque setting on the coast of the state, pretty downtown lined with boutiques next to the...

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

How Rosie the Riveter and Detroit Saved the World

The year was 1942, and the outcome of World War II was hanging in the balance. The war was fully underway, with no clear idea of what would happen. The United States had joined England in declaring...

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