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Decorating your home office
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Decorating your home office

o be successful, a home office needs to be both functional and efficient. You are going to be working in this environment for several hours each day so it is important that you make it as comfortable as possible. You can design a practical and comfortable home office by taking a few steps towards finding...

Fashion tips for fall
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Fashion tips for fall

all is a versatile season for fashion. The weather starts getting cooler, making heavier-knit fabrics, boots, and chunky accessories in vogue. The occasional mix of warmer weather also makes lighter clothing appropriate, as well. To be fashionable in the fall, stick with an autumn color scheme and wear clothing that seems sensible for whatever the...

Zoo RITZ, 2017, San Diego Zoo, San Diego, Gala, Charity, Animals,
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San Diego Zoo RITZ 2017

Each year, the world famous San Diego Zoo throws one impressive party! The ZOO R.I.T.Z. (Rendezvous in the Zoo), hosts an evening of wonderment, up-close animal encounters, champagne, food and entertainment for 900 guests. The 2017 RITZ chaired by Rick & Tory Gulley was expected to raise nearly $1 million. (No update has yet been...

Meze Greek Fusion, 5 Yr Anniversary, San Diego, Gaslamp Quarter
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Meze Greek Fusion | Happy 5 Year Anniversary!

Meze Turns 5 What could be more exciting for small business owners than surviving five years downtown!? Meze Greek Fusion has been a staple restaurant for visitors and greek food lovers alike. When they moved from around the corner, they went BIG! With so many restaurants that barely survive a year in downtown San Diego,...

Chef Ruffo Ibarra, Oryx Capital, Tijuana, Baja
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Local Chef Leaves for an Opportunity of a Lifetime

No doubt, you have gotten wind of the burgeoning culinary renaissance that has been happening in Tijuana and beyond throughout Baja. With continuous articles on tacos, fine dining, bars, and the like in Bon Appetit, New York Times, Travel & Leisure and more, why would a chef with a successful speakeasy bar and restaurant decide...

Casa Blanca Margarita, RED O, Mexican restaurant, Rick Bayless, La Jolla
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Rick Bayless’ Red O | Open in La Jolla UTC

RED O Opens in La Jolla Rick Bayless has been the voice of Mexican cuisine in the U.S. for decades, introducing regional cooking into the American public, shattering the idea of Taco Bell resembling Mexican food. With countless published cookbooks, numerous restaurants, a popular TV show, a James Beard award, and a designation bestowed on him...

A Cookbook, New Milestone for Chef Javier Plascencia
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A Cookbook, New Milestone for Chef Javier Plascencia

Valle de Guadalupe – Cooking in the Valley Under the shade of an ancient oak tree surrounded by vineyards, I stood staring at three cookbooks positioned upright with proud covers on a table, facing the opening of leafy branches. In just a few minutes a crowd of sunglassed, wine-toting guests from Los Angeles to Ensenada, would...