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Learn The Art of Falconry With States' Only Master Instructor

Feb 18, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Birds of a feather flock together. Sound familiar? Surprisingly, most species of birds aren't quite as team-oriented as the saying goes. The Harris Hawk, however, is not your typical bird of prey. These majestic birds work together to capture their food, dividing it equally amongst themselves. To see this firsthand, head out to Hadley, Massachusetts. Located in the Berkshires, the New England Falconry allows visitors the opportunity to... Read More

Teatro Restaurant Sets The Stage For Modern Italian Dining

Feb 20, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

With comedian Bill Burr gracing the Wilbur Theater stage in Boston this weekend, it’s time to find a spot for some pre or post-show dining. Where else would be more appropriate than Teatro Restaurant? Located just steps from... Read More

SalonCapri Debuts its Third Boston Beauty Locale

Feb 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

You’re heading out for a night on the town this weekend but your hair is already feeling and looking like the aftereffects of Hurricane Nemo. What to do? Time to head to the newest location offered by SalonCapri, which has recently opened on Newbury Street. Book an appointment with Nick Penna, Jr., master stylist and owner of SalonCapri.... Read More

The Red Lion Inn: Historic Berkshires Retreat

Feb 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

While summers in the Berkshires often draw visitors to Tanglewood, a prestigious music estate in Stockbridge, winter offers a chance to consider a weekend getaway to The Red Lion Inn. This classic New England inn is just a two hour drive from Boston and is surrounded by... Read More

Celebrating Wine, Food and Culture at Boston's Wine Expo

Feb 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Don’t have plans for next weekend? Time to get tickets to the Boston Wine Expo. Held February 16-17 at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center, the event allows patrons to taste dishes from local celebrity chefs like Ming Tsai (Blue Ginger) and Barbara Lynch of No. 9 Park and Menton, while sampling a variety of wines.... Read More

Phillips House Jewelry To Debut Inside The Boston Saks Fifth Ave

Feb 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

It’s time to show some love. Not with a cheap box of chocolates or clothing that is not her style (or God forbid, her size). We’re talking jewelry—beautiful, timeless pieces that she will love for years to come. With Valentine’s Day less than two weeks away, head on over to Saks Fifth Avenue in Boston and check out the Phillips House collection that is... Read More

Boston Broadway Recants The Story of Music Greatness with Jersey Boys Opening

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Before Jersey Shore put the state of New Jersey on the map, there was a talented group of boys from the Garden State known as The Four Seasons. Jersey Boys, which is playing now at the Citi Emerson Colonial Theater through March 3, tells the often funny, sometimes sad and always entertainingly theatrical tale of how Frankie Valli (played by Nick Cosgrove) and The Four Seasons worked to become one of the most successful pop bands of the 1960's later y Nick Cosgrove) and The Four Seasons... Read More

Need to Know Where to Watch Super Bowl XLVII in Boston?

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Patriots fans everywhere are bitterly cursing their elimination from this year’s Super Bowl, and surely that includes more than a few Boston residents. But don’t let temporary defeat keep you from enjoying one of America’s favorite pastimes. I mean, who wants to miss out on an event that makes you actually want to watch commercials, includes beer and the potential for a Destiny’s Child reunion? Oh yeah, and the football part too. Take a look below to see how the city... Read More

Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year: Touring Chinatowns of North America

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Chinatowns were initially formed as a place where Chinese immigrants could celebrate their culture, as well as live and work in their communities without discrimination or language barriers. The first one popped up in the U.S. in San Francisco in 1848 and has since become a huge part of the tourism industry in several other cities across the country. The many festivals, colorful shops, and authentic food attract droves of visitors hoping to get a taste of the orient without shipping off to the mainland. With the Chinese New Year just around the corner (February 10), we decided to take a tour of our favorite Chinatowns around the U.S. where the masses will surely be found ringing in the Year of the Snake.... Read More

Head to Pain D'Avignon for Authentic French Cuisine

Jan 16, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

If you live in New England, you’ve eaten their bread whether you realize it or not. Meet Pain D’Avignon, the Hyannis-based French bakery that has been churning out everything from braided brioche, crusty baguettes, buttery croissants and... Read More

Cozy Up to the Rowes Wharf Bar for Comfort Food Classics

Jan 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Winter in New England means it’s time to get cozy and what better way to do just that than by checking out the new comfort fare focused menu at the Rowes Wharf Bar. Tucked inside the Boston Harbor Hotel, Chef Daniel Bruce has revamped the bar menu to focus on heartier New England fare... Read More

Boston Kicks Off the 24th Annual Wine Festival

Jan 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

We love our wine. Red preferably, white definitely, and even some bubbly here and there. What better way to way to show your love for a deep rich cabernet than by attending the 24thAnnual Boston Wine Festival, which kicks off tonight at the Boston Harbor Hotel with a Grand Opening Reception.... Read More

Taste The Special Ingredient Inside Italian Cuisine at Santoro's Deli

Jan 9, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

When food is made with love, you can taste the difference. Just ask Tina Santoro Asmar, owner of Santoro’s Deli located in Dedham, Massachusetts... Read More

Create Memories & Sentimental Gifts at The Make Meaning Store

Jan 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

The holidays are over but the kids are still on break. What to do? Head on over to the recently opened Make Meaning store at Legacy Place in Dedham. A child’s wonderland, this fun store was designed for kids and adults of all ages. Here kids can get in touch with their inner creative side and decorate cakes, make their own candles, design some jewelry, paint some ceramics... Read More

Tired of Winter? Enjoy Summer-Inspired Dining at Back Deck

Jan 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Picture this. Juicy burgers sizzling on the grill. You can smell them now as you sit on your back deck on a hot summer afternoon with a cold brew in hand. Reality check. It’s winter in New England, which means you won’t be eating out on your deck anytime soon. That is unless you want to check... Read More

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