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5 Facts About Thanksgiving (USA)

November 20, 2012
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Though the first Thanksgiving is commonly believed to have been celebrated by the Pilgrims in the 17th century, the holiday is still entangled in endless myths and legends. In the United States, Thanksgiving has evolved into a secular holiday that is associated with spending time with friends and […]

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The Best Hamburger in California…

November 19, 2012
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is waiting for you at In-N-Out, a delicious, amazing, fabulous, regional fast food chain that is the pride of the West Coast, particularly California, and that often leaves tourists or East Coasters pining for more. A bold statement, I’m fully aware, but it’s the […]

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Photo Essay: California’s Chocolates Through the Lens

November 11, 2012
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America may not be known for churning out the finest in chocolate, but it still has its share of chocolatiers and artisan brands that are worth exploring. And two of those brands hail from California! That’s a proud moment for this native Californian. 🙂

If you’re in […]

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Photo Essay: Sweet Nostalgia at South Coast Plaza, Orange County

November 5, 2012
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It’s hard for me to get excited about Orange County, considering I was born and raised here. Ever since I left the house, a decade ago, the only real reason for me to return is my family.

Though I often complain that nothing ever changes when I […]

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Newport Beach: A Honeymooner’s Paradise

October 18, 2012
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The sweet fragrance of love is in the air, and this time it is in Newport Beach, California. Think classic, not clichĂ©. Look beyond the usual destinations such as Bora Bora or Hawaii for your honeymoon, and let the coastal gem of Orange County captivate your love-struck […]

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October 31, 2012 :: Halloween in the United States

October 14, 2012
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What: Halloween, short for “All Hallows’ Evening,” is a highly commercialized, secular American holiday that’s celebrated all over the country, and now, world.

Halloween is often associated with pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, pranks, horror films, costume wearing, and morbid decorations based on the supernatural […]

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Photo Essay: Autumn in New York City

October 10, 2012
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As the crisp autumn season settles over the Big Apple, gorgeous shades of orange, red, and yellow illuminate the entire city, creating the calm before the storm. Coming from LA, it’s such a delight to be able to witness an actual changing of seasons, and my favorite […]

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Nature Meets Romance: 7 Destinations for the Perfect Proposal

October 8, 2012
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Natural beauty has always lured romantics. There is something about nature—from sparkling seawaters to snow-covered mountain peaks to dancing waterfalls—that overtly spells romance, and every continent (yes, even Antarctica!) is brimming with beautiful natural destinations that paint the ideal backdrop for your wedding proposal. Bask […]

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Protected: I heart cupcakes.

September 26, 2012
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The Best Desserts in San Diego…

September 26, 2012
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are hiding at Extraordinary Desserts, a sweet haven of the most decadent and quality desserts. There are two locations in San Diego — one on 5th Street and the other on Union Street, both in downtown. Personally, I’m sold on both locations, although the cafe on Union Street […]

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