Month: March 2012

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Windy Cities | A Visual Map
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Windy Cities | A Visual Map

Data collection serves an infinite number of purposes and here is just ONE more example of the creativity it can generate. Watch the wind “move” across the landscape of the U.S. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WIND MAP

Trendspotting: Tangerine Tango
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Trendspotting: Tangerine Tango

If anyone knows color, you know its the folks over at Pantone. That’s why, when Pantone says “Tangerine Tango” will be the color of the year, you should not take this lightly and quickly gather your things, head for the stores and purchase all things red-orange. On your way home, make sure to also get...

TRENDING: The Decade Watch
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TRENDING: The Decade Watch

Written by StyleXplorer, Brian Hawkins As we pass from the first into the second decade of the 21st Century, we at StyleXplorers have noted a lack of predictions and perhaps curiosity for what lies ahead in the next 10 years. Perhaps this can be blamed upon the fact that time and change have accelerated to...

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The Hunger Games Fanfare

The film The Hunger Games, based on the series of books of the same name, is racking up trending topics across the net and media. Opening at midnight in many theaters across the U.S., teens and young adults everywhere are planning there first moments to consume the long-awaited movie. We loved seeing the lovely young...

If Your Parisian Passion is for Salmon (Autour du Saumon)
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If Your Parisian Passion is for Salmon (Autour du Saumon)

Written by StyleXplorer, Brian Hawkins If in Paris, and your passion is for Salmon and other smoked or cured seafood, and the delights that accompany them, then you must visit Autours du Saumon on one of my favorite streets for gourmet foods, rue des Martyrs.  For more information on this “village” in the heart of...

Little Hurricane Blowing Dirty Blues Through Downtown Thursday
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Little Hurricane Blowing Dirty Blues Through Downtown Thursday

Guests this Thursday to The Museum Of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) should be prepared as Little Hurricane will be blowing through for their Thursday Night Thing (TNT) with some help from The Howls, another San Diego local band The group’s dirty blues are set to complement the museum’s three new exhibitions and will no...

Spring Forward:  A Tangerine Wedding
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Spring Forward: A Tangerine Wedding

Catherine Bachelier Smith Color authority, Pantone, has selected Tangerine Tango as its 2012 color of the year. The citrus hue is a mixture of dramatic red and warm, sunny yellow.  It’s a versatile shade in that it works as both a central and accent color for many occasions. I enjoy weddings infused with a spirited...

Classy by Derek Blasberg
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Classy by Derek Blasberg

Fashion Blogger/Author, Derek Blasberg, (@derekblasberg) writes Very Classy: Even More Exceptional Advice for the Extremely Modern Lady a HOW-TO guide steering young ladies from tramp style to classy style. We have asked our Youth Advisory Panel to review this book and give us their perspective on the tips and hints from Derek. Stay tuned over the...

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FRUGAL FEED | San Diego Deals

Here are some of today’s email inbox deals from around the net. To grab these offers, you have to sign up with the service. we just thought you might wanna see some highlights. Happy Frugal Feeding!   GROUPON: CLICK HERE Cooking 4 Life – Kearny Mesa $30 for Two-Hour Healthy-Cooking Class for One or Two...

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FRUGAL FEED | San Diego Deals

Here are some of today’s email inbox deals from around the net.   GROUPON: CLICK HERE Mr. J’s Cleaners, Saturn Cleaners, & Excellent Cleaners – Multiple Locations 10 Pieces of Dry Cleaning. Five Locations Available. Twisted Vine Bistro – Torrey Highlands $35 for Two-Hour Chef-Led Classic Cooking Class with Two-Course Meal and Wine ($75 Value)...