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Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Opinion: Brazil: A Call to Action

by Anna Irrera Some of you may know me as the Olympics Diva from my articles on the upcoming Winter Games in Turin, Italy. Today, however, I’m writing to ask for your help. My family and I have been active in helping underprivileged children in the city of Salvador in the Brazilian state of Bahía

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Hotel Review: San Francisco: Blissing Out at the W Hotel

by Ann Mills My daughter and I spent a wonderful day and night in San Francisco to celebrate my birthday and experience some major pampering with the W Hotel’s fabulous Bliss Girls Getaway. The hotel is centrally...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Review: Spa Review Red Mountain Spa, Utah

by Sharon Spence I dream of hiking on the moon. Until I get there though, scrambling among gorgeous red and gold sandstone cliffs will do quite nicely. As a guest at Red Mountain Spa, I’m one of...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Opinion: NYC: The Underground Carnival

by Ana Maria Toro Perhaps more than in any other city in the country, New York depends heavily on its trains: by connecting five spread-out boroughs, they are the veins that pump life into the city and...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Opinion: San Francisco: Menopause the Musical Earns ** Stars

by Janet Bein, Vivified Diva The best thing about going to see Menopause the Musical, a supposedly hilarious celebration of this inevitable rite of passage, was the female camaraderie. I went with a whole slew of female...

Tuesday, November 8th, 2005

1 week before I leave

Today I sent my introduction and a few chapters of FLY SOLO off to my editor at Penguin (Perigee imprint). I wrote about San Francisco, Reykjavik Iceland, Amsterdam, Crested Butte Colorado, and Vienna. It’s nerve-racking sending that...

Monday, November 7th, 2005

Petroglyphs

Spent our first morning hiking along the Santa Clara riverbank – finding many petroglyphs in the high canyon walls. In January the river broke the banks and swept 22 homes away – carving new banks and destroying...

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