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THE COAST IS CLEAR IN MENDOCINO COUNTY; WILDFIRES REMAIN IN REMOTE WILDERNESS REGIONS; ALL MAJOR HIGHWAYS & TOURISM FACILITIES OPEN

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Tourism to Mendocino County remains 100 percent operational with all major highways, lodging and attractions unaffected despite the flank of wildfires located in the region’s wilderness areas, according to Visit Mendocino County.   www.VisitMendocino.com. Northern California’s crown jewel, comprising 4,000 sq., miles -- roughly the size of Delaware, Rhode Island and the District of Columbia combined – reports that its 90...

Sea Dog Brew Pub

Sea Dog Brew Pub in Treasure Island is announcing the opening of its latest addition to the property: six new boat slips, with five more to come later this summer. There will be two docks in total; one along the seawall on the north side of the Blind Pass Bridge and the other along the south side of the...

Key West Food & Wine Festival

Key West
While South Beach has its own festival, so does neighboring Key West each January. The four-day Key West Food & Wine Festival celebrates the area’s rich food and drink heritage, with tastings, food seminars, wine education and local entertainment – all held at sunset for guests can soak in all the beauty Key West offers!

South Beach Wine & Food Festival

South Beach is one of the nation’s most vibrant places and each February, the region celebrates with its South Beach Wine & Food Festival. The event benefits Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Teaching Restaurant, as well as the Southern Wine & Spirits Beverage Management Center. Guests from across the U.S. hail on South Beach...

Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival

The City of Angeles is always filled with things to do, but none are as anticipated as the annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival held in summer. The festival lasts four days and continues to grow each year, despite only being in its seventh year. Each year, the lineup continues to change and grow, showcasing more than 30...

Epcot Food & Wine Festival

Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Walt Disney World’s Epcot Park in Orlando, FL, is part is a fun place to visit with the family, but it gets even better during their annual fall food & wine festival that lasts a whopping six weeks! The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival showcases food and wine from 25 different countries, allowing...

Eat Like a Local Miami Florida

Seaspice Often credited as a leading force in the revitalization of the Miami River neighborhood, Seaspice continues to be the unrivaled waterfront restaurant and celebrity favorite destination. Seaspice's star chef Angel Leon along with owners Carlos & Maryam Miranda created quite the unique and eclectic menu inspired by Mediterranean and global influences. Its interior design is a study in implicit...

6 Reasons to Visit Traverse City in May

You've made the trek in the heat of summer, and you've even wandered snow-covered trails in January. Why check out the charming bayside town in May?   1 It’s Michigan Wine Month Are you a “rosé all day” kind of traveler? You’d get down just fine in Traverse City. With about 40 different wineries within the Traverse Wine Coast, there’s a tasting...

Torrance, California A Hidden Treasure Revealed

Torrance California is a hidden gem of rich local experiences awaiting discovery; from the sun-kissed, uncrowded local beach to the best in the craft beer scene, Torrance shines bright as Southern California’s new "it" destination. Alive with an exhilarating energy and easy-going spirit, Torrance California is a colorful and refreshing stop along the road less traveled. Well-crafted and completely captivating,...

Epicurean Traveler: Lobsters & Lighthouses Bar Harbor Maine

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Bar Harbor Maine Prisoners in 19th-century Maine didn’t live on bread and water. They dined regularly on lobster, but they sat down to their meals with a sense of disgust and loathing. After all, the ubiquitous crustacean was frequently used as fertilizer and was only consumed by the truly desperate. Who would voluntarily eat such a revolting-looking, bottom-dwelling creature? I would and...
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