Worldly Fare: The Scotsman Bistro

I hear so many friends refer to planning and executing ‘date nights’ with their significant other. It seems ironic that we have to plan and carve out moments in our life to spent with our life partner—the person we’ve chosen to spend our life with! How did we become so busy? I’m as guilty as …

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Vancouver: Stanley Park and the West End

We love Vancouver, British Columbia! We've traveled there several times via car and train, exploring different neighborhoods downtown as well as Grouse Mountain, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the North Shore and more. It doesn't matter how many times we go--we always discover something new. For the most part Brian and I have gone together or …

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Sunday Concert at Ballard Locks

Brian has been traveling a lot for work and is usually ready to relax on the weekends. My work travel is limited to the 2.5-hours a day I spend commuting to and from downtown Seattle, which is a considerable amount of time each week, but not exactly mt idea of 'travel.' By the weekend, I'm ready …

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Traveling Through Time: Annie Leibovitz and Jann Wenner

Thanks to facebook, twitter and a bunch of friends who are connected to everything going on in the world, I find some pretty cool events, concerts and general things to do all over Northeast Ohio, the state and beyond. Such was the case recently when I saw a friend who is a reporter in Columbus, …

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40th Anniversary of the Kent State Shootings

Yesterday I had the privilege of taking part in a historic event-- the 40th Anniversary of the Kent State University shootings that took place May 4, 1970. I didn't learn much about the era, protests, war or music until high school, and I learned a great deal in a very meaningful way during college. Kent …

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