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How many green thumbs does it take to feed 15,000 children?

Promise of Peace Garden holds benefit on Sunday, November 19. The Promise of Peace (POP) Garden celebrates a  beautiful community of chefs who have been fundamental in helping POP feed over 15,000 children over the past eight years… (more)
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Experiencing Plimouth Plantation with Preschoolers

Travelling with Toddlers

It’s never too early to start learning about American history. And one of the best places to start is (almost) at the beginning. Plimouth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts invites visitors year-round to step back in time to… (more)
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Movie Stars and Fine Dining at Chico Hot Springs

After leaving Bozeman for a stunningly beautiful drive through the mountains of Montana, we arrived at the very end of the road to an oasis. Recorded first in 1865 in an explorer’s diary, Chico Hot Springs became a mecca for… (more)
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Greenwich Village’s 44th Halloween Parade is New York’s biggest street party

New York City doesn’t have a carnival, but the Halloween Parade comes close. Though this year’s parade was generally not as political as last year. It started with the giant stick puppets created by the Bread and Puppet Theater which… (more)
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The Full Monty: The most exciting part is the end (not a pun)

It was my first time seeing The Full Monty live. And it was the first time my plus one had ever seen a performance by Uptown Players. He had just recently moved to town so it was even more exciting… (more)
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Cruising Vietnam’s Red River with Pandaw

When I was on Pandaw’s Halong Bay and Red River Cruise I truly understood the quote, usually attributed to Mohammed, “Don’t tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you have traveled.” I have watched movies, documentaries, and… (more)
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My favorite food festival in the whole world: Big Tex Choice Awards

I travel to learn about new cultures, see world famous sites —and most of all to experience new cuisines, I have been to a progressive dinner in Hong Kong that started on the heliport on top of the Peninsula Hotel,… (more)
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Fun Home: Do you know all your family secrets?

Every family has secrets. In our family it seemed to be about money. That was a taboo topic. As was sex. When my father-in-law went into the military, he and his younger brother left all their money with the one… (more)
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Good Photographers: Is it Nature or Nurture?

I have admired photographer Kent Barker’s work since I moved into the Southside on Lamar community. Until this week I did not know he has a son, Amon, who is also a fabulous photographer. Recently, I went to a joint… (more)
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Charleston South Carolina Oozes Southern Charm

I was privileged to spend a few days in Charleston, S.C. last week.  It was a short business trip, but there was time to explore the fascinating city between meetings and events. A popular tourist destination, Charleston has been… (more)