Hosting a party and inviting people into your inner sanctuary is a selfless act.
Twenty-seven years ago, I had my first date with my husband, Larry, at the once legendary rock-n-roll club Dub’s in Gainesville.
One of my favorite sayings hangs above my desk on a hand-painted plaque, lovingly crafted by my niece, Ashley. It reads, “Aspire to Inspire before you Expire.”
I love this time of year, not just for the holiday fetes, festivals and food free-for-alls, but let’s face it—for the shopping!
I’m not a city girl. Rather, I consider myself more of a beach bum. I was born two miles from the coast and for most of my life, a strong gravitational pull has kept me within the same distance from the eastern seaboard.
Parties and galas and balls, oh my! With cooler temperatures come packed social calendars, but don't let October and the upcoming event season scare you.
You're never too old, or too young, to realize what's truly important in life.
Food means many things to many people. It provides comfort when you're down. It represents family as you gather around the table. It serves as entertainment as you prepare meals at home or frequent a restaurant with family or friends. In this annual Foodie Issue, we celebrate food and those who lovingly prepare it for us.
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