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The Lazy Goat Patio. Photo courtesy of the Lazy Goat.

Tasty Travels: How To Eat Your Way Through Greenville, South Carolina

Through the centuries, Greenville, South Carolina has morphed through several identities; however, it now emerges as one of the South’s top culinary destinations. While the city may be overshadowed by the more well-known Charleston, these South Carolina restaurants are definitely […]

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#ProjectLoveNote: An Honest Letter To My Hometown

“You’re not from around here.” “Excuse me?” I looked up to find an old man grinning at me. “You’re not from around here. You smile like a country girl.” “Um….” “It’s a good thing. People around here don’t smile like […]

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Lamothe’s Sugar House: A Family-Owned Business Bringing Artisanal Maple Products To New England

Sun reflects off just fallen snow, shining into my windows and melting me out of a deep slumber. The clock reads 7:42 am, too early to be awake on a non-work day, but too late to make it worth going […]

Winter Cocktails And Champagne Powder: A Ski-Resort Style Christmas In British Columbia

Nothing says “Christmas” quite like a snowy alpine village illuminated by strings of colorful lights and open fires roasting chestnuts. While small towns like this light up across the Rocky Mountains and the European Alps, Big White Ski Resort stands […]

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Luxury Goes Organic: A Caviar You Can Feel Good About

For all those who haven’t heard, caviar is okay to eat again. Actually, it’s more than okay, it’s sustainable and healthy, thanks to operations on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast. While the Capsian and Black Seas once supplied all the world’s […]

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Culture In Motion: Art On Fire

  Art On Fire – Stunningly Beautiful Burning Man 2013 Time Lapse from Spark Pictures on Vimeo. Do an internet search on “Burning Man” and you’ll find thousands of articles relating to the annual arts festival in Nevada. No matter […]

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How One Couple Is Using Cereal To Help The Community

“I never thought of Holy Crap as cereal, but as a survival kit.” I’m currently on British Columbia‘s Sunshine Coast touring the Holy Crap cereal plant. It’s a small yet well- run factory with 20 employees who have all been […]