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Will Pennsylvania Drag Itself into the 19th Century by Privatizing State Liquor Stores?

1 hour agoNews : Reason

As a former resident of Philadelphia, the very city that midwifed the American Experiment and served as the setting for the charming musical 1776, I can attest firsthand to Pennsylvania's idiotic and insulting liquor laws. The stateShow More Summary

The Cop Who Loved Champagne Too Much

2 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Jack Maple was a New York City cop with champagne taste and a beer wallet. When he fell for the swank charms of the Plaza Hotel, his life began to unravel.

Rent Check: Rent Larry Ellison's Carbon Beach-Front Cottage for Just $65k

The quest for a fab place to shack up for the summer has ended! Flee the city and take refuge in the "deepest, sandiest" part of Malibu's Carbon Beach, in this charming,...

Airfare: $297 round trip on United to Baltimore for spring

If Baltimore, a.k.a. Charm City, or the nation’s capital figure into your travel plans this spring, here’s a $297 round-trip fare, including all taxes and fees, to Baltimore, about 35 miles from downtown Washington. It’s on United from LAX and requires a 21-day advance...

Panama City: The Four-Day Weekend

Panama City has old-world charm, an inventive food scene, and top-notch fishing.

VIPs glam it up at the Coach Fall 2015 NYFW Presentation

The recent Coach Fall 2015 NYFW Presentation celebrated the charm of the familiar. Cult wardrobe pieces, with tradition and authenticity, modernized and made personal, with an individuality born of New York City. Read the rest of the story at: VIPs glam it up at the Coach Fall 2015 NYFW Presentation

New Bond Flick No Holiday for Romans

ROME—Romans are, by nature, among the least patient people on the planet. They are as charmingly aloof as they are easily unimpressed. So not even James Bond gets a pass in the eternal—and often infernal—city.

Explore L.A. With These Charmingly Crude Hand-Drawn Maps

Move over Google Maps, a new cartographer is in town. Unless you grew up in Southern California, you probably think of Los Angeles as a sprawling enigma. Here to shed light on the geographic mysteries of the City of Angels is writer Eric Brightwell. Show More Summary

Hey, Procrastinating Lovers: Last Minute Valentine's Day Reservations in 22 Cities

From charming casual restaurants to fancy white tablecloth spots—it's not to late to book a table on the year's busiest night out. Atlanta Austin Boston Charleston Chicago Bowlounge | Margo Sivin/EDFW Dallas Denver Detroit Houston Maine Green...Show More Summary

City Kitchen: Profiteroles With a Prize Inside

Pastry puffs encasing chocolate ice cream can charm even an avowed nonchocoholic.

Travel Insiders Share Dublin’s Best Sightseeing Tips

An Insiders’ Guides to Delightful Dublin Dublin, Ireland’s capital and most famous city, is packed with charm, culture, history and an enviable nightlife. Tourists flock from all over the world to experience the many attractions and beautiful architecture of the city. Show More Summary

Sundance: Sundance 2015, Day 6: Shut out of Jupiter Ascending, charmed by Guy Pearce

Yesterday afternoon, on my final day of Sundance, Variety officially brought to an end the hours of speculation that have become an annual pastime among press in Park City. This year’s secret screening—the mystery movie scheduled for...Show More Summary

How a Trip Down the Danube Made Me a Better American

When we planned our cruise on the Danube River from Germany to Hungary, we imagined scenic views of geological splendor interrupted by charming medieval villages and exquisite classical cities. Prague, Vienna and Budapest did not disappoint. Show More Summary

Sundance 2015: Tig Notaro’s Charm and Insight Save a Formulaic Documentary

PARK CITY, UT: On August 3, 2012, stand-up comic Tig Notaro stepped onto the stage of Los Angeles’ Largo and gave an instantly legendary performance. It came at the conclusion of a three-month period in which she was diagnosed with a dangerous bacterial infection, lost her mother unexpectedly, and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Show More Summary

Laid Back in Savannah

Although the USA has an infinite amount of travel options, the beautiful south remains one of the most interesting regions to explore. Especially charming are the many quaint cities along the Atlantic coast like Savannah, a historic city with an unmistakeable mix of southern sophistication and vibrant energy. Today’s guest poster, Sam Lowe, explains the […]

The Charm Of San Francisco Decades Before The DotComs Invaded

Fred Lyon's black and white photographs of San Francisco capture a delightful post-war city. Shortly after the end of World War II, photographer Fred Lyon took what he thought would be a quick visit to his hometown of San Francisco.Show More Summary

Council's animosity toward Airbnb grows

Airbnb's charm offensive is not going well. Last Tuesday's marathon City Council hearing on illegal hotels and room-sharing earned the online service more enemies in the chamber than... To view the full story, click the title link.

History at hand in Richmond, Calif.'s mellow Point Richmond

Point Richmond is a little-known, charming enclave within the far rougher city of Richmond, Calif., nestled a few blocks from the 580 Freeway and a massive Chevron oil refinery. It's a cool find for anyone looking for a mellow Bay Area weekend, with Marin County, the East Bay, Napa Valley and...

RBC’s foray south a pricey bet that two’s a charm

The Canadian bank is paying $5.4 bln for U.S. lender City National, a 26 pct premium that planned cost cuts don’t justify. The so-called banker to Hollywood stars is growing well. But RBC’s last venture into American retail banking was a mess. It needs to prove it can do better.

Rose McGowan Teams With Tangerine & Sundial For Feature Directorial Debut

Last year's Sundance Film Festival saw the former Charmed actress making her debut behind the camera with the short Dawn. Today, on the opening day of this year's Park City fest, Rose McGowan is now preparing to direct her first feature The Pines., it was announced. Show More Summary

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