Month: January 2023

Santa Fe, New Mexico is a historic city, teeming with alluring views, unique experiences, and delectable cuisine, making it the perfect place for a romantic getaway. New Mexico’s capital truly has something for type of couple, whether art junkies, history buffs, thrill seekers, or epicureans looking for a charming weekend away. If you’re looking for
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We’re one month into 2023, and this year’s top drink trends seem to be punctuated by premiumization and digital drinking. According to Whole Foods, there’s one more ingredient on the rise: Yaupon tea. Originally known as Cassina by the Timucua tribe, “Carolina tea” in England and “black drink” in Spain, Yaupon is a tea made
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Corporate consolidation in our food system is going on without most of us knowing. Massive companies are controlling a greater and greater proportion of food production. And at a time when we urgently need to be taking steps forward in protecting our climate, biodiversity, and workers, this sort of industrialization is actively pushing us backward.
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Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Santa Barbara Seeking a Valentine’s Day getaway, here are five destinations that offer a romantic ambiance in Southern California. SANTA BARBARA Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Santa Barbara is owned by ABC’s The Bachelor reality star Andrew Firestone and Jess Parker, co-founders of StonePark Capital. This Santa Barbara-based hospitality development company turned an
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Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Happy Friday! We’ve almost made it! Take a moment to congratulate yourself. I know I’ve had a full week. What about you? My highlights included interviewing the CEO of the country’s largest fishing company, as well as a fun lunchtime talk with Northwestern M.B.A. students. We’re
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Casa Gangotena Our first impressions of Quito were at night. We were going from the airport to the old town, and all that could be seen were old buildings, and winding streets. Then, a lighted building, white, almost-church-like, with huge, hand-carved wooden doors. “We have arrived,” said the driver in a grandiose tone, “At Casa
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As a kid growing up in Manila I was always given a mixture of hot water, honey, and lemon whenever I felt marginally under the weather—a non-alcoholic toddy, if you will. And while it didn’t always “cure” whatever ailed me, it certainly eased some discomfort and made things a tad more tolerable. (After all, the
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