JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2018

WHAT’S COOKING
Horst Schulze
15 MINUTES WITH HORST SCHULZE
The Day They Came is a memorial erected by French citizens to honor the airborne troops who launched the D-Day invasions.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAMILY
FOOD NEWS – January / February 2018
BEADS, BANGLES AND BAUBLES
IT’S IN THE BAG
The generous portion of sweet and sour spare ribs from Eclipse di Luna makes it one of the best deals on the menu.
FEATURED RESTAURANTS – January / February 2018
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ON THE HOME FRONT
Matt Sours (background) and Rico Aranda are running buddies who compete in races across the country
TOGETHER WE WHEEL
HEY, MR. DJ
Preserving the beauty of Primland’s 12,000 acres is a priority; the property became LEED certified in 2012.
A PASSION FOR PRIMLAND
THE JOYS OF TRAVELING SOLO
THE SIREN SONG OF SPICE ISLAND
EXTRA BITE “I think there is a place for all kinds of cheese. I love Rotel, Velveeta and the soupy, milky white cheese you get at Mexican restaurants.”
CHEESE PLEASE
CREATING LASTING FIRST IMPRESSIONS
FOR ART’S SAKE
EDITOR’S CORNER – JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2018
Philanthropist and consummate volunteer, Donja Gordon-Eubanks is passionate about combating violence against women.
A SPIRITED ADVOCATE FOR WOMEN
GOOD-FOR-YOU GETAWAYS
NEWS CLIPS – JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2018
Yummie Coated High Waist Signature Leggings
SHAPE SHIFTERS
945 Stovall Boulevard © James K Lee
AN HOMAGE TO HISTORIC HOMES
A hot air balloon ride provides a panoramic view of Myanmar’s ancient pagodas.
WHERE TO GO AND WHAT TO DO
Tiger’s Nest, a temple perched precariously on a cliff outside Paro, is perhaps Bhutan’s most famous site.
A HIKE IN THE HIMALAYAS
LATIN FEVER BALL
ODE TO THE OPEN ROAD
WE’LL DRINK TO THAT
TOUGH LOVE
BRING OUT THE ADVENTURER IN YOUR CAT
An inquisitive male giraffe in Arusha National Park.
THINKING OUTSIDE THE SAFARI VEHICLE