The Coldest City Yakutsk City is the capital of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in Russia which is famous for its very cold climate. This city is located on a plateau which is famous for its thick snow which often reaches a height of 2 meters. The city of Yakutsk is the coldest city in the world which always experiences … Read More
Cruising Aboard the Norwegian Prima My wife and I boarded the Norwegian Prima, Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship—and the first in its class—with no expectations. Life had been hectic for both of us leading up to our departure from Galveston, Texas, and neither of us had much time to even get excited about getting away.
“I’ll be happy with an … Read More
Maisie (the Culinary Concierge) and I began our 3 Cards, 3 Continents Round-the-World adventure on Tuesday, September 13th. The primary themes are luxury travel (both flights & hotels) and great food from around the world. In this series of posts titled “Greg & Maisie’s Great Adventure,” I’ll detail highlights from our travel and food experiences…
Indie mainstay Popscene continues to be a force in the local music scene. On August 26th, with Capital Cities performing, Popscene at Rickshaw Stop will be celebrating its 25th anniversary. DJ Aaron Axelsen, one of Popscene’s four original founders and promoters, opens to kick the evening off. In recognition of the milestone anniversary, we reached out to Aaron to get
There might not be much you can do about ice-cold airplane cabins, but one travel hack we learned this week could help make things more pleasant in another site of perennial temperature complaints: hotel rooms.
Some guests find them too stuffy, others find them frigid, and in-room thermostats have been designed to limit adjustments to a narrow range.
Courtesy Sam Norwood
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Well below the Mason-Dixon Line, the Lowcountry of South Carolina and
It’s important to feed your gut microbiome good food because it feeds you. This Washington Post article (gift link, no paywall) by Anahad O’Connor provides a good summary of current knowledge.
Every time you eat, you are feeding trillions of bacteria, viruses and fungi that live inside your gut. But are you feeding them the right foods?
Scientists used to