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Cruising has become one of the top vacation experiences. Not only are there plenty of entertainment and recreation activities onboard, there are many dining options and opportunities to schedule onshore excursions. If you’re planning on taking a cruise, it’s important to plan beforehand. In addition to a passport, birth certificate or other form... Read more
Columbia Crest Crowdsourced Cabernet Wants You to Be the E.C.O.
Have you ever wanted to make wine? I’m not talking about that fermented grape juice you have stored in mason jars in the basement. I’m talking about the good stuff. The kind of wine that comes from award-winning Washington winery, Columbia Crest. I know what you’re thinking – “I’m... Read more
Nearly Half of Americans Have Not Visited the Country’s Most Iconic Landmarks
The United States is a beautiful country filled with amazing landscapes, thriving cities, and iconic landmarks. However, many Americans have not experienced these wonders. A recent survey of 1,000 Americans commissioned by Travelocity revealed that nearly half of Americans have never visited many of the country’s most revered tourist attractions such as Mount... Read more
Sail the Hamptons in Luxury with True East Charters
When I was a child, I watched an episode of Looney Tunes in which Elmer Fudd had to see a psychiatrist because he thought he was a rabbit. The doctor had him repeat this line over and over: “I am Elmer J. Fudd. I own a mansion and a yacht.”... Read more
Mocha Man Style’s Father’s Day Gift Guide
To help you honor the men in your life on Father’s Day, the editors at Mocha Man Style have compiled a helpful Father’s Day Gift Guide filled with great gift ideas in the areas of fashion, technology, grooming, and food. Even if your dad is the type of guy who... Read more
There are many beautiful vacation spots in the Caribbean. One of the most picturesque locations is Turks and Caicos. The first inhabitants of the islands were Arawakan-speaking Taíno people, who crossed over from Hispaniola sometime from AD 500 to 800. However, Turks and Caicos residents often talk about a shipwreck... Read more
Chef Pati Jinich Shares Cinco De Mayo Tips and Avocado Martini Recipe
Cinco de Mayo is a holiday that calls for celebration and entertaining. According to, “Cinco de Mayo is widely interpreted as a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage” and revelers in the United States “mark the occasion with parades, parties, mariachi music, Mexican folk dancing and traditional foods.”... Read more
Newly Renovated Carnival Freedom Arrives In Galveston, TX to Honor Military Families
Columbia Crest Makes Winemaking Accessible with it’s Crowdsourced Cabernet
Best Gifts for the Women in Your Life