All posts by: Susan Krupa

There are A TON of breweries in Chicago. Chicagoans really, really, really like their beer. With the current boom of microbrews, virtually any two people can get together, make some...
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When I was a child, I visited the Queen Mary. It was so romantic to think of sailing away to foreign locales aboard a ship filled with fascinating people leading...
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The only hotel in Culver City is a boutique hotel aptly named The Culver Hotel. Built in the 1920s by Terry Culver, this National Historic Landmark stands out amongst the...
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Upon getting my subscription of the Food Network magazine, I always enjoy reading the magazine and inevitably end up heading to the grocery store to make something from the issue...
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Many people in U.S. take off during the summer on Alaskan cruises that depart from Seattle and head up to Juneau or Anchorage. I personally don’t care for cruises but...
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When you enter Defloured Bakery in Chicago, you are greeted with a wall proclaiming, “We believe in the right to dessert for everyone.” I’m not sure I’ve ever thought of...
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Orange County may not have a central urban center with skyscrapers, exclusive shopping, and celebrity chef restaurants like other major cities. But, then again, we have Disneyland. With its fancy...
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Ford’s Filling Station LA Live 900 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90015   Near LA Live there are plenty of places to get a drink before or after a...
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Winter in Boston means snow, cold, and more snow. However, that’s no reason not to visit. In fact, given that Boston’s winters can stretch well into parts of the calendar...
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Excerpts from an article that originally appeared in Locale Magazine. The Windy City certainly has earned its reputation as being cold. However, if your plans take you to Chicago, that...
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