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Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Labor Day 2011 – Where to find Crowds, Deals and Patriotic Zeal

Boston (Most Crowded) Add some historical flare to the end of your summer in the city where Labor Day was first celebrated 1878. This is the busiest month in Boston with many art, film, jazz and food festivals galore. New York (Most Festive) Another city steeped in the history of Labor Day, New York was

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

San Francisco: Cheap airline deals make traveling budget friendly!

Virgin America launched a sale cutting fares from San Francisco to destinations on both coasts. These are the lowest nonstop fares in the market and are as much as $100 off the regular prices! When you travel...

Monday, July 13th, 2009

Aritzia Summer Collection: 90’s Fashion Revival Done Right

I’m a big fan of the current 90’s fashion revival that’s going on—when it’s done right that is. Forget the unkempt and androgynous grunge look of flannels, Doc Martins and cords—Think: mini-skirts in feminine floral patterns, shrunken...

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

All San Francisco Fares Slashed on Virgin America!

Fares to major West and East Coast cities from San Francisco were cut to $49-$119 each way in a new Virgin America sale launched today. The flights are up to $100 less than other airlines’ roundtrip fares....

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

Seattle: Rising Stars Revue Tasting Gala

On March 24 at McCaw Hall, Star Chefs will present their annual Rising Star Revue, which features some of Seattle’s most cutting-edge chefs, pastry chefs, mixologists, sommeliers, and restaurateurs. This is a tasting gala for the public...

Saturday, July 26th, 2008

The Corson Building – Dumb Name, Weird Location, Interesting Concept, Mind-blowing Food

To call this a typical restaurant opening would be like saying American Idol is just a talent show. Both are phenomenon’s that defy description. American Idol garners more votes than a presidential election, and I can’t recall...

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Siteseeing in America’s Big Cities? Save Time AND Money with a CityPass

A visit to a major museum or historical site in New York, Boston, L.A., or any other one of America’s cultural hotspots can always be divided into two categories: the time you wait to buy a ticket,...