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Read story: The Art of Traveling Solo
The Art of Traveling Solo

Paris is different things to different people. It is the city of amour, a mecca for art and architecture, a food lover’s paradise and a monument to a glorious past. It is a city where delightful clichés abound, from the man sitting on the Pont Neuf playing a melancholy tune to the small group playing pétanque near the Palais Royal. For me, it represents a life-long love affair that started in my teenage years when I participated in a cultural exchange program. It doesn’t take much to fall in love with Paris, but once you experience even a whisper of its fabled enchantment, you will be mesmerized for life. This first taste of French culture evolved into a college semester spent abroad taking classes at the Sorbonne and the American University of Paris and, years later, a stopover stay on my honeymoon.

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By Rose and Ivy Journal
Oct 3, 2017 · 8 min read

Read story: Beside Me
Style & Fashion
Beside Me
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By Atlas Magazine
Jun 1, 2018 · 3 min read

Read story: Greek-Style Shrimp
Food & Drink
Greek-Style Shrimp

We don’t tend to associate seafood with the Midwest, yet fresh saltwater shrimp are being farmed all across our state. These shrimp farmers are aiming to provide a fresher and more sustainable product than what’s imported from overseas or shipped from the coasts. In Missouri alone, shrimp farms include Kansas City Shrimp Co. in the Kansas City area, Triple J Farms in Foristell and Circle Sea Shrimp Farm in Stella. Such farms raise shrimp in artificial saltwater environments that mimic their natural habitat.

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By Feast Magazine
May 25, 2018 · 3 min read

Read story: Moto-Makeovers

Most motorcycles have a linear life cycle. Once their design is green-lit, it’s only a matter of time before the bike goes from the drawing board to the open road. Eventually, these bikes are improved upon and replaced by newer models, only to take their place in history. That is, of course, unless a team of dedicated individuals puts their creative juices towards remixing these classic rides and give them a second wind. Forged from passion, these two-wheelers have been customized and given a personal touch by the people who care about them the most.

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By Dress to Kill Magazine
May 30, 2018 · 4 min read

Read story: First, We Eat
First, We Eat

Hometowns often have a way of suctioning their natives back in if they stray too far. Such was the case for chef Michael Gallina, who grew up in the St. Louis suburb of Brentwood. His wife, Tara Gallina, is originally from Boca Raton, Florida, and they met at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a hybrid farm and restaurant just north of New York City where they both worked. Michael was delving deeper into his craft as a chef, while Tara took on a farming and service apprenticeship. “I never thought I’d even date a coworker—let alone marry one,” says Tara.

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By ALIVE Media Group
May 8, 2018 · 5 min read


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