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Thankful

As I left work Wednesday before Thanksgiving, I hugged my co-workers goodbye, many of whom will still be working while I break bread and carve turkey with my family.  I drove home with a bittersweet feeling, thankful for the opportunity to spend the Thanksgiving holiday at home for the first time in years, but with … Continue reading

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Impressions of Impressionism
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Impressions of Impressionism

If I had to choose my favorite style of art, Impressionism would easily win.  I think my mother would agree.  There’s something about the soothing brush strokes, bright colors and natural beauty that give Impressionist paintings unparalleled timelessness.  So, you can only imagine my excitement when I learned of a new Impressionism art exhibit in … Continue reading

Fashion Friday: High-Low Style at Carnivale du Vin
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Fashion Friday: High-Low Style at Carnivale du Vin

You might call Emeril Lagasse the culinary king of New Orleans.  The internationally acclaimed chef owns three restaurants in the Crescent City and countless more nationwide.  His passion is as evident in his cooking as it is in his dedication to philanthropy.  Emeril created the Lagasse Foundation nearly a decade ago to support culinary programs … Continue reading