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Brands You Need to Know – Everyday Essentials – Pinch Provisions Emergency Kits

Good things come in tiny packages and Pinch Provisions is no exception. Pinch Provisions sells a line of personal care kits and mini emergency packets that will help anyone in a pinch. (Yourself included if you're still struggling to find stocking stuffers... Continue Reading →

Art Basel’s Other Gilty Pleasures – The Sinking of the Taj Mahal at Faena Hotel in Miami, Florida

It's no secret that Art Basel Miami Beach turns the Miami Beach Convention Center into ground zero for modern and contemporary art. During Art Week in Miami, there are also loads of other fun (and free) things you can check... Continue Reading →

See Them Before They Disappear – Grande Galerie de L’Évolution in Paris, France

A visit to Paris, France doesn't have to be all about delicious éclairs and macarons. It can also be an incredible learning opportunity for your mind, not just your tastebuds. The Grande Galerie de L'Évolution (or the Grand Hall of Evolution) is part... Continue Reading →

Bunnies Hop Into Stanford Shopping Center – Minamoto Kitchoan in Palo Alto, California

In the United States we may think of October as pumpkin spice time. In Japanese culture, October is a special month because it's when the harvest moon usually appears. The chushu (中秋) or "mid autumn" moon (which isn't always synonymous... Continue Reading →

Brands You Need to Know – Gift Yourself a Smile or Three – CMYKlays Jewelry

It's hard not to find all sorts of adorable on Etsy, but some designs stand out from the pack. We're going nuts for the handmade polymer clay jewelry designed by CMYKlays out of Indianapolis, Indiana.     We first got introduced to CMYKlays'... Continue Reading →

Souvenirs You Can’t Erase – La Marca in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba

First things first, yes, we are advocating that you go shopping at a tattoo shop in Cuba, but not necessarily so you can get fresh ink on your body. La Marca in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba is more than just a... Continue Reading →

Cheeseburger Spring Rolls Take Flight at Pearson Airport – Lee Kitchen in Toronto, Canada

Iron Chef America and great food aren't typically what you expect to see taking off while you're waiting for a flight, but Toronto Pearson International Airport upped its game with the arrival of Lee Kitchen. Helmed by Chef Susur Lee, Lee... Continue Reading →

Conch-er the World – Hungry Tarpon in Islamorada, Florida

There aren't too many places where you can hook and cook your own fish and lobster, but the Hungry Tarpon restaurant in Islamorada, Florida is one of those do it yourself with an assist type joints. It's also a foodie hot... Continue Reading →

Brunch So Hard – Scrambl’z in San Jose, California

Solid diners and homestyle breakfasts are a dime a dozen, but a greasy spoon has to be insanely good in order to wriggle into your regular breakfast or brunch rotation. Each week Scrambl'z in San Jose, California breaks 20,000 eggs and it... Continue Reading →

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