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Monday, June 20th, 2011

A Magical Maritime Escape – Norfolk, Virginia

When one thinks of Viriginia, places like Williamsburg, Richmond or Alexandria come to mind. But less than two hours from Interstate 95, you will discover one of the nation’s oldest and culturally vibrant destinations – the historic seaport city of Norfolk, Virginia. This beautiful waterfront community has changed a great deal over the last 400

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Mother’s Day Tea at The Flagler Museum – Palm Beach, Florida

Treat Mom to an exclusive Mother’s Day celebration that she will long remember – a truly elegant tea service at the glorious Flagler Museum, a National Historic Landmark treasure of America’s Gilded Age. The 75 room estate museum known as Whitehall is...

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Concert Under the Stars – Central Florida’s Historic Bok Tower Gardens

  Central Florida is the place to Celebrate Spring. One event that you will not want to miss is the Concert Under the Stars hosted by the beautiful Bok Tower Gardens. Pack a blanket and lawn chairs for...

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

St. Simons Island Discoveries – Coastal Georgia

My love affair with St. Simons Island, Georgia is renewed with each visit. Living the island life is about exploration & experimentation. Here are a few delightful “Off the Beaten Path” Recommendations: Sandcastle Cafe & Grill – Local DIVE Extraordinaire for...

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Spotlight: The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort – St. Simons Island, Georgia

Georgia welcomes thousands of visitors to its coast each year. The natural beauty and the rich history of its barrier islands, treasured living sanctuaries, are important to the Georgia Coast’s continued universal tourism appeal and year-round draw. St. Simons Island is counted among Georgia’s four...

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Gift Idea: The Ultimate Guide to Crafting a Cuddly Canine Companion

  Now you can own the ultimate pet companion…no feeding, no barking, no shedding and no mess! It just takes an artful eye, masterful hands and a passion for knitting.  Knit Your Own Dog is a creative...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Olmec: Ancient Mexico at the de Young in San Francisco

February 19, 2011 – May 8, 2011 Mysterious and mind-blowing brute force are the dynamics in this exhibition. Three years in the making, you must see it in the next 60+ days. After that, it all goes...

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