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Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

A Patagonia Experience: Hotel Remota, Chile

For the nature and wildlife lover, Patagonia is the place to come in South America; whether you are a hard-core adventurer or a traveler more interested in light hiking, fishing or horseback riding. Ice Age valleys and moraines, jagged mountain ridges, fjords and glaciers, native forests and an abundance of waterfalls make the human visitor

Friday, June 6th, 2014

Sunset Magazine Celebration Weekend 2014: Menlo Park

Sunset Magazine held its annual lifestyle celebration on May 31 through June 1. Bring your sunglasses and grab a site map at the entrance. There is always an abundance of food, garden plants, interior design resources, outdoor...

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

San Francisco: CJM Explores Mid-Century Modern Life

DESIGNING HOME: JEWS IN MID-CENTURY DESIGN looks at the contribution of Jewish designers, architects, patrons, and merchants in a distinctly modern American domestic landscape. SHIFTING FROM EUROPE TO AMERICA: After World War II world Jewry shifted from...

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006

A Clift-Hanging Halloween

We love Halloween! Nothing is better than dressing up like a fantasy and eating candy. And my favorite place to celebrate Halloween is at the Clift Hotel’s private masquerade ball in San Francisco. The A-listers are invited...

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006

Activity Review: Mexico: The Mayan Canopy Expedition

“You want me to go down where?” I asked, peering into the deep, black hole descending before me into the ground. I shaded my eyes against the sun and squinted some more, hoping in vain that I’d...

Tuesday, August 15th, 2006

Activity Review: California, USA: Whalewatching—Flukes of Nature

by Jennifer Anthony The Princess of Wales waits at the harbor early in the morning on an uncharacteristically warm March Saturday. After a week of rain and dreariness, it is 52 degrees, and sunny. A cerulean sky...

Monday, July 31st, 2006

Wellness: Scuba Do: A Diva’s Guide to Diving

by Cheri Eplin Envision a world without television, cell phones, computers, or commuter lanes. Imagine floating almost effortlessly suspended, where your only neighbors are a sea otter, a bat ray, or a rockfish, and—hopefully—your diving partner. If...

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