Eric Meyers is a native New Yorker who graduated in Journalism at San Francisco State University. While in the bay, he wrote for various publications like 944 and [X]Press. He has considerable experience in many aspects of culture, and holds a minor degree in the subject.
Eric Meyers is also an Online Content Creator for The House Boardshop and author of two cover features for Snowboarder Magazine.
For the first time ever, the America’s Cup sailing race is holding qualifiers that will lead up to the championship’s return to U.S. waters in 2013. The America’s Cup World Series has been traveling the globe since August of this year, kicking off th... Go to Article
As nice as a traditional home-cooked meal is on Thanksgiving, the ordeal often leaves the cook out of the festivities. An average 16-pound turkey needs about seven hours to thaw, and four more to cook, according to the USDA. To circumvent this, many ... Go to Article
The Pier Shops at Caesars are a great place to spend an afternoon of shopping, but there’s more to behold above the retailers, within the One Atlantic event space. This over-water venue opened in early 2010 and stretches 100 yards out over the Atlant... Go to Article
The 17th Annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance may be a few months out, but that hasn’t stopped excitement from arising in Florida and among auto enthusiasts worldwide. The event this year will be headlined by the celebration of the Ferrari GTO’s ... Go to Article
Among the memories that Thanksgiving evokes of family and turkey is the reminder that it’s going to be cold, you’ll want a fire to curl up next to, and you’ll travel to dinner in your warmest jackets in most parts of the country. And while America i... Go to Article
Breaking out of the burgeoning fashion scene in Queensland, Australia takes a heap of skill. The brothers behind Vanguard, Sam and Jono Cottee, have the chops. Their newest line is heading stateside to Bloomingdale’s this month, bringing their ... Go to Story
Start going through your digital music folders, a musical revolution begins today. ReDigi is set to launch their marketplace, which is the first in the world to allow users to trade in their old music for something new. Just how in the past you could... Go to Story
There are a lot of good museums in LA, but the Getty is my favorite. It's big enough so that you don't feel cramped, and you get to go outside between exhibits. The architecture itself is amazing, and the gardens are a great place to have l... Go to Story
About a block from Union Square, on Grant and Sutter theres a fairly new store called Shotwells. Its one of the best young mens shops in the area, as many of the other stores are very traditional and stuffy. Shotwells has a great selection of everyth... Go to Story
On thursdays during the school year the Ambassador hosts an international night, and since SF is such a worldly city it pulls in a big crowd. Last time I went the power kept going out, but everyone kept partying anyways...probably because of the dirt... Go to Story
Hey Harley, sorry for the delay here, but I wanted to make sure I didn't lead you astray so I checked with our fashion department. The consensus seems to be that its more about the fabric than the color. Don't wear a lightweight in white, but you can wear a heavy wool in white during the winter months. A lot of people we asked also said that a slight off-white is a good alternative. For the most part, the rule is antiquated, and once you leave port all rules are off anyways so suit up those whites and lace up your Sperrys!
Hey Leandro, many cards offer double points on certain things like travel and dining, so be sure to find out what kind of perks your card offers, and then try to maximize your points by using their partner vendors. Check out our interview with The Points Guy too, he knows more about credit card rewards programs than the credit card companies themselves.
Hey Sabrina, you've come to the right place. One of our contributors wrote a piece about the best way to go about securing the perfect table a while back. He says to mention the importance of the dinner when you make the reservation, always be polite, and call to confirm as the date approaches.
It doesn't hurt to stop in and make the reservation in person either (before the dinner rush of course) with a little green gratuity for the host. Heres a link to the main article: http://www.justluxe.com/travel/news/feature-893707.php
Have you decided on a location? Last time I was in Dallas a friend took me to Dragonfly in Hotel ZaZa and we had an amazing experience.
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