No summer is complete without a road trip. There’s something adventurous about taking to the open road with a GPS and some time to spare. I took an adventure of my own this summer — a road trip with just my 3-year-old daughter, Maya, to visit my brother and his family in Florida.
Working in an old garage-turned-studio, using discarded junk found by dumpster diving, and driven to create new work whether or not anyone is buying, scruffy-yet-savvy Joseph Close personifies the downtown bohemian artist.
Whatever your mood, it seems Gervasi Vineyard & Italian Bistro has the ambience to match. Among the choices: The Bistro in a restored 1800s barn, offering upscale dining in a lively atmosphere. The downstairs “cantino di vino,” with an intimate wine cellar atmosphere.
The school bell is about to beckon kids back to the classroom. Are they ready? These books can help students and parents prepare and provide assistance to the entire family after school is in session. One text even offers an entertaining bit of “postgraduate” education.
Brides and grooms agonize over the details of their wedding — what they’ll serve, how they’ll decorate, what their attendants will wear — but they often give too little thought to one of the most fun and memorable aspects of the big day: getting there in style.
I coach every day. At Pegasus Farm, we have a fabulous team consisting of knowledgeable staff, committed volunteers, fabulous therapy horses and dedicated clients that work hard at consistently being successful.
Megan and Mark met at a Super Bowl party at a mutual friend’s house. Even though they were living 300 miles apart at the time, they were able to make the long distance relationship work. Exactly one year later, they were engaged to be married.
Setting the tone for one of the most important days of your life can be as simple as choosing the right invitation. Well, perhaps “simple” isn’t the right word, as the possibilities are seemingly endless. Nearly gone are the days when brides-to-be pored over giant books of invitations to place an order.
Camp Jukebox is a weeklong day camp of singing, drama and dance for people ages 8 to 25 with developmental disabilities. High school and college students are paired as peer companions with the campers as they learn songs, dances and drama acts. The campers and peers are partners for the week.