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|Friday, December 4th, 2009|
Warm Up To Winter Workouts
Outside its frosty and frigid and let’s face it, the last thing on your mind is fitness. However maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle is imperative year round, not just during swimsuit season. “Keeping active during the winter keeps you 5 steps (not to mention 5 months) ahead of everyone else,” Lifestyle Fitness Personal Trainer Michael Price explains.
ven a blizzard shouldn’t be a big enough road block to deter you on the path to becoming a work-out warrior. Price proposes investing in the Wii Fit console as it can be used for exercise within the home and something active for the whole family to partake in together. He also suggests getting creative by attacking full body workouts using your own body weight (IE: push-ups, sit-ups and chair dips). Another cost-efficient mechanism for an at home sweat secessions is the internet. “YouTube, Shape, Fitness for Her and Fitness websites all offer free workout videos and workout advice,” explains Dolce.
READ MORE HERE.
|Monday, November 9th, 2009|
The Georgia Regency Society invites you to Tea
My name is Stephanie Coté, and I am the founder of the brand new Georgia Regency Society
, a chapter of the Regency Society of America
. It has been brought to my attention that the members of this group may be interested in joining us for our events so I am here to introduce us and invite you to be a part of the Georgia Regency Society
We are a group of people who have come together through the love of all things from this era, whether it be the clothing, food, culture, music and dance, literature, or just good company. Our first event is coming up in a few weeks and it's my pleasure to invite you all to join us on December 5th, 2009 for a Regency Costumed Afternoon Tea and Lunch
at the Sugarplums Tea Room in scenic Canton, Georgia.
For full details and RSVP information please see the events page
of our website. If you'd like to RSVP, or have any questions or comments, please direct them to email@example.com.
Thank you so much, we hope to see you there!
Stephanie CotéThe Georgia Regency Societyhttp://www.garegency.org
x-posted to garegency
, and livinghistory Current Mood: excited
|Thursday, November 5th, 2009|
YOU ARE HERE:Finding the Life You Want In The City You Live
Over the next few weeks, You Are Here will explore the proto-typical urban center of the US. These articles will relate strategies and constants that are discovered and developed through surveys, interviews and experiments in the Columbus area, a noted test market. Topics will range from how to become a coffee shop regular in 2 weeks, to karaoke-ing with gusto, and plenty in between. Drawing on expertise and opinions from professionals and layman alike, You Are Here will give So and So a better understanding of how to find a better understanding of his city. READ MORE HERE.
|Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009|
Cigar 101: Selecting Your Cigar
Finding the right cigar for you is perhaps the most essential part of getting interested in cigars. A poor choice of cigar, and someone who was previously curious about cigars will quickly have that interest extinguished. A great choice is all about setting yourself up for success. This isn’t about finding the most expensive cigar in the store, or blowing your wad on a finely aged cigar, or even selecting a big name cigar that had the flashiest ads. As the old saying goes, the proof is in the pudding, and in this instance, what performs best is what one should favor rather than what is trendy in the cigar world or in the cigar magazines. With that in mind, there are some things one should know before one spends their hard earned cash on a smoke. READ MORE HERE.
|Friday, October 30th, 2009|
Leaving a Paper Trail: Greeting Cards For All Occassions
A lot of people believe that Sweetest Day
is merely an invention by greeting card companies to try and capitalize on those poor schnooks whose girlfriends can’t make it until next February. And this of course comes before the barrage of end of year holidays in which we become so bogged down by goodwill and cheer that it becomes less, well, cheerful a time.
Luckily, the brunt of minor holiday worries are over, and you are left unscathed. That doesn’t, however, mean the rest of the year is a snap. On the contrary, there’s inevitably that one gal in the office that insists on getting everyone a card for every minute holiday, from Arbor Day
to National Talk Like a Pirate Day
. So should you feel like a schmuck for not returning the gesture? Not necessarily. But with the plethora of greeting card options available from purveyors like Hallmark, there’s not always an easy way to tell when to card, when to send an email blast with some holiday-specific witticisms, and when to do nothing at all. READ MORE.
|Wednesday, October 28th, 2009|
Score the Season's Best With Collier West
Take one step off of North High Street and into Collier West and the transformation from busy city living to “home, chic home” can be felt instantaneously.
A rustic, romantic fantasy land, Collier West exemplifies couture cabin living at its finest. The store acquired its unique name as a result of a brief brush with fame.
It was during a snowshoeing trip when “Collier West” was first sung by Mary Chapin Carpenter, the famous country singer being an old friend of co-owner Mary Jo Collier.
Mary Jo immediately informed Suzi and the rest is Collier West history. READ MORE.
|Tuesday, October 20th, 2009|
The Literary Essentials: Evelyn Waugh
If you’ve heard of Evelyn Waugh, it’s probably because your film buff friend dragged you to see Brideshead Revisited
. But aside from his Hollywood reincarnation, there is no one who better sums up the image of the epicurean than the writer who lived through one of the most flamboyant periods in history. Arthur Evelyn St. John, better known just as Evelyn Waugh, may have been highly satirical of the Roaring Twenties and interwar period, but he understood and wrote about it better than most. READ MORE HERE.
|Monday, October 19th, 2009|
Season's Greetings: Autumn in Central Ohio
Summer is on its last sunburned legs, but that’s no reason to despair. Autumn, however fleeting a time it may be in Columbus, is officially upon us. Rather than pack your bags for warmer climes or hunker down into intense hibernation mode, see what your hometown has to offer for the new season. Here are the top 10 reasons (in no particular order) why you should live it up before the weather takes a nosedive. READ MORE HERE.
|Tuesday, October 13th, 2009|
Style Starts With Substance: By Erika Dellatorre for LifeEpicurean.com
Substance, the brand for fashion conscious people, was born with the philosophy “where there is style there should also be substance.” The boutique was rooted in Columbus’s historic, yet trendy Short North District in March of 2006 and has maintained its unique presence ever since. What makes Substance one of the truly unique shops in the eclectic Short North of Columbus? Erika Dellatorre takes us through the establishment where fashion meets community. READ MORE.
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|Thursday, December 27th, 2007|
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|Tuesday, June 26th, 2007|
What I did last weekend
For those of you who don't know. I am a WWII reenactor. I portray a combat photographer. I have a little service I offer to visitors at public events. I let them dress up in a uniform -- usually the uniform of a relative (grandpa, grandma, great-uncle, etc.) who was a WWII vet, then I take their photo with my WWII 4x5 Speed Graphic.
Here are some photos I took at the WWII Weekend at Historic Ft. Snelling this past weekend.( click here for photosCollapse ) Current Mood: happy
|Tuesday, May 15th, 2007|
|Tuesday, May 8th, 2007|
Hanger Dance this Saturday (X-Posted)
Commemorative Air Force, MN Wing Presents
the Spring Swing Big Band Hangar Dance
Inver Grove Heights, MN
(I hope you will pass on this information and we hope to see you all there!)
Dance is May 12th from 6pm-???
Featuring the Roseville big band and the MN State Fire Memorial Pipe Band
Terry & Cindy of TC Swing- offering a free dance lession
Doors Open At 6, dance lession at 7
Dance starts at 8 goes till Midnight!
$10 donation per person at the door
Prizes for best Civilian Dress & Uniforms
Food, beverages, Silent Auction, Raffle, WWII aircraft & vehicles on display and more!!
Don't miss it!
Please visit the website for more information.
www.cafmn.org Current Mood: jubilant