In This Issue:

Curacao Small

In Destinations: Landing at the Curacao airport brought the realization that I wasn’t in a tropical paradise.  The landscape looked like the American Southwest, covered in cactus, when I’d expected palm trees and lush rainforest. By Richard Frisbie              Read More..

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In Gastronomy: The area in and around Lafayette is the indisputable center of all things Cajun and Creole: from pork chop sandwiches to beef jerky, boudin balls, specialty sausages, cracklin, smoked meats, curried and stuffed chicken, chili dogs, crawfish boils, plump fried oysters and other regional specialties. By Babbie De Derian          Read More...

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Additionally in Destinations: Anyone who has been to the Galapagos will tell you that it’s the trip of a lifetime. But cruising the Galapagos on a luxury yacht is the trip of a lifetime times ten.  I had the opportunity to experience the Latin Trails Sea Star yacht, which is newly renovated. By Melanie Votaw          Read More...

Italienne Bar Small

In Restaurants: One of my favorite indulgences is sleeping late on the weekend, and then going out for Brunch. I consider brunch an American phenomenon, where many restaurants serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday. By Manos Angelakis                     Read More...

Sangiovese Barrel

In the Oeno File section: Sangiovese is one of the most widely planted Italian grapes; it is the beloved red wine grape of central Italy and specifically Tuscany. Sangiovese is a versatile grape that spans the entire length of the quality spectrum from easy-drinking Chiantis to the very high-end Brunello di Montalcino. By Manos Angelakis                     Read More...

Black Forest Small View from Breitnau-Einsiedel over Jostal valley  Hochschwarzwald Tourismus GmbH

Also in Destinations: Gentle green rolling meadows studded with a blaze of seasonal wild flowers, embrace broad valleys, surrounded by a black thick forest broken by fresh streams and hiking trails. Beyond the dark green forest canopy, the distant Swiss Alps rise majestically.  By Sebastian Price       Read More...

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