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Toxic Avenger: a hot toxic love story in a laugh-out-loud musical

With global warming, the environment is no laughing matter.Uptown Players closes its 2016 season with the regional premiere of the 2009 Outer Critics Circle Award winner for Best Off-Broadway Musical, The Toxic Avenger, running August 26 through September 11, 2016… (more)
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My best Black Friday ever!

While the rest of the shoppers were waking up in the middle of the nigh to line up with other shopaholics, braving cold weather, almost non-stop rain, crowded parking lots and store aisles, I woke up in mid-morning When I… (more)
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A Tour for Humanity: Revolutionary EcoMusic Visits New York

On February 18, 2014, a revolutionary musical exchange was witnessed by the packed audience of the Engleman Recital Hall of Baruch College. The genius of Fred Ho, internationally renowned Baritone saxophonist, was celebrated by a big band full of notable… (more)
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Sun Protective Gear For Water Sports

When I was considering going on my recent trip ChicaBrava Surf Camp in Nicaragua, the strong sun gave me pause. While I love warmth and sunshine, my pale, cancer-prone skin is not so drawn to equatorial lands. I hated to… (more)
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Wascana Centre; Regina’s Emerald Jewel

“The people who once said that `Regina is a town that should not have been’ should see it now!”  My colleague, a long time resident of the area, made this remark when I asked her to describe the attributes… (more)
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Life Cycles: Getting Back on Two Wheels

A bicycle adventure seven months away had a certain allure. The interest factor quadrupled with an itinerary in wine country at harvest. The plan: sign up, purchase bicycles, bike, and go! Along the path, the joys and pains of cycling… (more)
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Awaken and Center Yourself in NY

Awaken and center yourself via a yoga retreat, pursuit of learning paths or trekking a mountain trail in New York. Across the state, centers for yoga and relaxation are designed to tone, calm, and renew your spirit. At… (more)
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Biking Guayaquil and Other Pasttimes of the Conscious Traveller

  On a recent Saturday afternoon in Guayaquil, Ecuador, I was photographing the beautiful sculptures in the city’s main cemetery when an irritable policeman materialized by my side and hustled me off the premises. A few days later, another policeman… (more)
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Spotlight on Local and Fresh on Amelia Island

Every year, Executive Chef Thomas Tolxdorf leads a group of chefs to visit farmers, growers and seafood purveyors for a better understanding of their capabilities and how they work. “Our goal is to partner and support our growers so we… (more)
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Celebrate Earth Day every day

As the world celebrates Earth Day, sustainable food and agriculture systems can play a big role in preserving the environment by helping to improve soil health, protecting biodiversity, and mitigating climate change. Earth Day is a great opportunity for eaters,… (more)
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Nature at 25 MPH

  Go higher, faster and zip over water in Pine Mountain, Georgia, sixty minutes southwest of Atlanta and thirty minutes north of Columbus.   Effective March 1st, , there are now two challenging approaches to get your adrenaline pumping.… (more)
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Artisan Bread and Serenity, Now

Whether you go for the meditation, yoga, hot springs, the artisan bread, acclaimed vegetarian cuisine, or celebrity retreat leaders, you will find it in Big Sur. This remote and oldest Zen Monastery in the U.S., twenty-five miles southeast of San… (more)
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Howlers and Sloths and Poison Dart Frogs, Oh My!

If you seek extraordinary wildlife encounters in Costa Rica and welcome a volunteer opportunity in a wildlife rescue center, it’s here. During a half-day visit at the Asis Wild Animal Rescue Center guests roll up their sleeves and participate in… (more)
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Grateful in Galápagos

With much anticipation, we began our journey into another world.  Each individual who enters Galápagos must secure a Visiting Entry Card ($100). SICGAL screening at mainland airports mitigates the arrival of alien organisms through checkpoints. The Galápagos National Park,… (more)
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Guests in Galápagos

Herman Melville called them the Enchanted Isles. Charles Darwin, on a five year expedition from England aboard the HMS Beagle, found inspiration in Galápagos for his theory of Natural Selection. Six hundred miles from the coast of Ecuador in the… (more)
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Bella Gaia: The Beauty of Earth

Like many great artists, Kenji Williams uses his work to incite change. With his groundbreaking collaborative project Bella Gaia (Beautiful Earth), Williams has taken that change to astounding heights, transporting audience members into outer space in a theatrical, multimedia experience… (more)
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Lap of Luxury in India

The retreat is nestled in the serene and unspoiled landscape of the Sahyadri mountain range in the Western Ghats. Located approximately a 2.5-hour drive (100km) and 30-minute helicopter ride from Mumbai and 1.5-hour drive (80km) from Pune, the property encompasses… (more)
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Bucket List Adventure: Paradise found on Panama’s ‘Lost Coast’

It may take a full day and a half to reach it, but, oh, at the end of three plane rides, two shuttles and a ferry your pay-off awaits. Islas Secas. Unknown to all but the local fisherman, it is… (more)