Archive | February, 2009

Talking Design with Michelle Workman

Posted on 27 February 2009

As one of Hollywood’s most sought-after interior designers, Michelle Workman possesses a client roster that includes such esteemed individuals as Jennifer Lopez, John Travolta & Kelly Preston, Kirstie Alley and more. Workman also owns a luxury home-furnishings store called The Red House Interiors. We took a moment to chat with the very opinionated Michelle about her love of design:

Eurostar at St. Pancras Station

Posted on 26 February 2009

Eurostar, the high-speed passenger train operator linking the UK and the Continent, launched services from the wonderfully restored St Pancras International station on November 14th 2007 making it Eurostar’s new home in central London. The first departure, bound for Paris, marked the start of a new era in faster and greener rail travel between the […]


Argentinean Wine Seminar – Spago, Beaver Creek, CO

Posted on 20 February 2009

By Gayle Hendrix
Photography by Matt Hendrix

It is a beautiful blue bird day in Beaver Creek, CO and I am lucky enough to find myself at Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, located in the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch. The Ritz-Carlton is hosting this years Bon appetit Culinary and Wine Focus. It is an annual event that the ski resort puts on inviting some of the top chefs in the country and this year introducing us to some of South America’s top chefs and wines. We each have nine beautiful Argentinean wines laid out before us.

James Unsworth – 2009 Exhibits

Posted on 19 February 2009

James Unsworth 2009 Exhibits in London, Berlin, Prague and Australia

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Bon Appetit Culinary & Wine Focus – Beaver Creek, CO

Posted on 18 February 2009

By Gayle Hendrix
Photography by Matt Hendrix

Life doesn’t get much better than this. To be at the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch for a weekend of skiing, eating and spirits makes me wonder why anyone would choose any other culinary festival to treat themselves to. This has it all.

Ehler’s Estate Cares about Your Heart!

Posted on 13 February 2009

By James Monaci

Celebrate the joy of giving this Valentine’s Day and let Love take shape in the form of a Heart. As couples, take care of each other’s Heart, with this fusion of good fortune, indulge yourself with good company, good food, and good wine, make it personal and declare true love.

Celebrity Psychic Healer: Psychic Girl

Posted on 09 February 2009

Photos & Review by The Cobrasnake I was very nervous and excited to go to a psychic. It was my first time and I didn’t really know what to expect. The only other psychic I ever talked to was Madame Cleo the lady from the television. I prepared a list of questions to ask her. We […]

The Weekly Wine – 2004 Altamura

Posted on 08 February 2009

By K.L. Riley

I have always had a love hate relationship with California Cabernets because my palette leans more towards old world style wines. The California Cabernets that are more fruit forward lack structure and acidity that help the wine maintain age-ability and structure.

Leah Tinari “Sneak a Peak” at Mixed Greens Gallery – NYC

Posted on 07 February 2009

Mixed Greens is thrilled to announce Leah Tinari’s solo exhibition. As the title suggests, Tinari invites the viewer to take a peek inside her personal life and witness the sometimes scandalous revelry enjoyed by her friends and family. For this show, Tinari continues her practice of combining and transforming snapshots to compose celebratory drawings and […]


Herbivore – San Francisco

Posted on 07 February 2009

By Ashley Miller In a time when tastes are divided, carnivore vs. herbivore , can a foodies’ needs be met by green, vegan cuisine? Adham Nasser owner of Herbivore believes that fresh, well made complex food can satisfy every appetite. There are three locations to choose from, so I joined Adham at the location on […]


Talking with Health & Beauty Expert, Susan Ciminelli

Posted on 03 February 2009

Having battled my way through rush-hour crowds in Manhattan, I arrived late and slightly out of breath at the Susan Ciminelli day spa. Not a great start perhaps, but I soon learned that I’m just the kind of person that Susan Ciminelli’s spa caters for: the distressed and fatigued city-dweller in need of relaxation, inner […]


It’s Your Lucky Day! Luckyfish, Beverly Hills

Posted on 01 February 2009

Luckyfish in Beverly Hills is a contemporary styled Kaiten-Zushi restaurant where colorful, price coded “boats” of fresh sushi (with clear plastic covers for extra freshness) are placed on a rotating conveyor belt and glide through the restaurant moving past every table and counter seat. You can opt to request alcohol, hot meals and/or dessert from […]