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Food + Drink

Visit Spain: A Paella Recipe

By On February 25, 2015

I remember the smell from the stalls on Portobello Road. Those huge vats of delicious goodness, the fragrant steam wafting through the chilly London air. You could close your eyes and transport… Read More

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Trip Planner: The Algarve, Portugal

By On February 23, 2015

“Have you been to the beaches of Portugal yet?” a friend asked me. We stared out at the cold, drizzly rain so typical of London in winter. “Not yet…” I replied. I… Read More

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What It Means to Be Floridian

By On February 20, 2015

It’s the land of endless sunshine and warm ocean breezes. A winter haven for those up north and a perma-vacation spot for those of us who call it home year-round. But what… Read More

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Food + Drink

Eat the Street Honolulu

By On February 18, 2015

Some of the best places to dine on Kaka’ako’s Restaurant Row are only there one night a month. And they’re on wheels. That night is Honolulu’s Eat the Street food truck rally,… Read More

kara franker
People Who Inspire

A Conversation with Kara Franker, Travel Writer

By On February 13, 2015

It’s a recent thing for me to hanging around my home state. I’m usually a temporary fixture, biding my time until my next international departure date. But the pace of life has… Read More

farmers table
Food + Drink

Farmer’s Table Delights in Boca Raton

By On February 11, 2015

It’s all about freshness here. The Farmer’s Table in Boca Raton has set the bar for farm-to-table in a chic, stylish setting. One that is especially appreciated by those of us looking… Read More

henry flagler
People Who Inspire

Profile: Henry Flagler, Founding Father of South Florida

By On February 5, 2015

I’m fascinated by history. I devour historic fiction faster than my favorite authors can publish their latest book. And while I tend to gravitate towards European tales, I don’t have to go… Read More

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Food + Drink

A Taste of Cuba at Versailles, Miami

By On February 4, 2015

It’s totally unassuming from the exterior. Tucked away in the Miami neighborhood known as Little Havana, you would think it would blend in. But it doesn’t. This is Versailles, Miami style. This little… Read More

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The Other Side of Palm Beach

By On February 3, 2015

Welcome to Palm Beach, stomping grounds for the rich and famous. The spot includes 10.4 square miles of coastal terrain. Its beaches are devoid of the high-rises so favored to the south… Read More

South Florida

Trip Planner: South Florida

By On February 2, 2015

When you think of Florida, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? In my experience of asking this questions, the answer is one of two things: the beaches or Miami. It’s… Read More