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Geronimo pays homage to Santa Fe's rich culinary history

1 May 2013
Santa Fe's dining culture is a varied and complex melange of traditions. Mexican, Native American and Southwestern elements combine to create a regional cuisine that is impossible to find anywhere else. This is evident in everything from the roadside food stands that dot the landscape to the family-run establishments that have been a part of S Read More
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Give your San Francisco bathroom a Japanese-inspired makeover

1 May 2013
Many San Francisco residents want to spruce up their bathrooms, but the room can be notoriously difficult to upgrade. Unlike other rooms, bathrooms are not designed for entertaining, but that doesn't mean they don't play an important role in a home's ambiance and functionality. As a result, many designers are beginning to pay more atte Read More
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Palm Beach's housing market shows strong improvements

1 May 2013
The Palm Beach housing market has made significant gains over the past few months and years, and recent news suggests that this trend is not only holding true but accelerating. According to WPTV, the median price for a home in the region has climbed 28 percent on a year-over-year basis, suggesting that the Palm Beach real estate market is finally Read More
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The Living Room combines a relaxed atmosphere and fine dining

1 May 2013
In a home, the living room is often the coziest and most relaxing room - a great place to lounge by the fire or enjoy a great meal. In the Hamptons, The Living Room - a Swedish-influenced restaurant ticked into the Maidstone Hotel on Main Street - has a similar reputation. Expertly outfitted and filled with tasty, elegant dishes, the eatery has be Read More
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Greenwich residents get a chance to see Iron and Wine

1 May 2013
Songwriter Sam Beam has spent the last decade transforming himself into one of the most critically acclaimed modern folk singers in America, and it appears that he may have finally arrived. When the South Carolina-raised singer performs at the Capitol Theatre on May 19, he will be doing so as the man behind half a dozen highly praised albums and a Read More
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New show pairs Cape-based painters and poets

1 May 2013
The Cape is filled with talented artists - both professional and amateur - and a new exhibit at Highfield Hall taps into this embarrassment of artistic riches by pairing local painters and poets to create a new multimedia show that has been garnering a great deal of praise even though it has been open for less than a month.  The sho Read More