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Abby Tegnelia

Entertainment Editor

The Commercialization of Travel

Travel

M&Ms World, American Doll Place and more – are kids losing touch with the imagination of travel? Among the endless parades of mainstream city tourist traps, has piling in the mini-van for a family camping trip or week exploring tide pools and body surfing at the beach become passé? Or ...

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“Fall” For Each Other All Over Again: The Season’s Most Romantic Getaways

Fall vacation hotels

Looking to rekindle your romance and fall for each other all over again? Here are our picks of X hotels from around the world offer some seriously romantic settings to light a spark in your relationship complete with special packages for lovebirds and more. Just because the weather is getting ...

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Hot Ticket: Toasting The 3 Tastiest Food And Wine Festivals For Fall

Head west already – where the top gourmand-loving festivities are about to kick off. Thanks to the weather gods, the temperatures are still warm out west, making California the perfect spot for the yummiest food and wine tasting events this fall. Sunny skies, yummy local wines, celebrity chefs – there ...

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The Plate Outdoors

Lago at Bellagio, Las vegas

I’m a sucker for al fresco dining – here are my top 5 picks from across the country. Would you like a view with your salad? Fall is my favorite time of year, as I love planning weekend getaways around California, my new home state, cruising around enjoying the crisp ...

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Never Lost In The Crowd: Sea-ing Hawaii With Small-Batch Un-Cruise Adventures

Crusie To Hawaii

A reluctant cruiser hits the high seas with a company that goes against the grain of big ship cruising. With the announcement that everyone had arrived, I sat down, a bit anxiously, at a table in the hospitality room at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. There were 22 (no, that’s ...

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The Tragic Story Of Soul Singer Amy Winehouse Crosses Generations In Chart-Topping New Documentary Amy

Amy Winehouse

Newest gone-too-soon “27 Club” member joins Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison. Gone-but-not-forgotten musician Amy Winehouse would have been 32 this year, and a new documentary is making sure her legacy stays alive. Released in July, Amy has quickly become the highest grossing British documentary of its kind. BAFTA-winning director Asif ...

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