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AMERICAN AIR Packages Up Its NUTS As First Class Falls Prey To THE STRUGGLE!

Of course, during my recent trip to Miami, I relied on the awesome American Airlines for a comfortable and safe trip, however to my own detriment, the struggle that is plaguing the airline industry has effectively began it’s own gnawing of the exclusive perks of flying first class, and I was left befuddled and hungry during my [...]

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Pasta, Cheesecake & A Fabulous NYE Celebration with MICHAEL & KIJAFA VICK!

While it is not uncommon to find me indulging in New Year’s Eve festivities on a Virgin or Caribbean island, this year I decided I’d still head south, but for the first time, to Miami to engage in end of the year celebrations in one of my favorite cities in the world! NFL star and [...]

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Where To Eat In Jamaica: RED BONES Blues Cafe, Kingston

Kingston may not have the typical tourist appeal of white sandy beaches, ocean front properties or the typical postcard scenery of Jamaica, but as the nation’s capital and a thriving city, Kingston’s traffic is heavy and there is ample to do and plenty to see and eat in one of the island’s most populated districts. [...]

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Where To Eat In Jamaica: JUICI PATTIES

If you know Jamaican food, then you have experienced the joy and comforts offered in the simplicity of a patty.  If you’ve traveled to the Caribbean island itself, then you already know that it is nearly impossible to visit without indulging in one of the authentic crispy pastries often filled with piping hot, delicious, seasoned [...]

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Where To Eat In JAMAICA: Grab a Rum Punch @ The PELICAN BAR, The Caribbean Sea

Somewhere in the Caribbean Sea pelicans play.  With wide wings they swoop down on blue waters scooping up food, taking a dip, or quenching their thirst amongst dolphins, sea turtles and aquatic beings that hang around the coast of Jamaica like tourists on vacation. And while visiting the Caribbean’s most preeminent island you too can [...]

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Where To Eat In JAMAICA: SCOTCHIES Jerk Chicken, Montego Bay

A hop, skip and a jump away from the Montego Bay International Airport is a chicken shack known as SCOTCHIES, frequented by incoming and outgoing tourists as well as locals looking for authentic Jamaican jerk chicken or pork with sides and other menu items representing some of the best roadside cuisine the island has to [...]

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The DAILY DISH: Rasta Pasta from O’s GRILL SPOT in Crown Heights

O’s Grill Spot in Crown Heights, Brooklyn does not have a website, but Yelp.com offers customer reviews of the food and service, while Seamless.com will hook you up with home delivery of O’s. I stumbled upon the easy-to-pass restaurant located at 742 Nostrand Avenue, where images of the menu (fried chicken wings with fried rice, [...]

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MORTON’S GRILLE Opens on Park Avenue!

  Steps away from the Coleman Entertainment Group offices there’s a new restaurant.  Not as if the tony Gramercy neighborhood needed it.  Gramercy Tavern, Bourbonia, Hillstone, Craft, Big Daddy’s, Rose Bar and Haru make for ample choices for happy hour fare, power lunches and dinner delights. Last week, however, Morton’s Grille hosted a Grand Opening Celebration to [...]

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DIANA ROSS Shops at BRISTOL FARMS!

Icon Diana Ross was spotted avoiding the cameras as the legendary singer left a BRISTOL FARMS grocery store in Los Angeles yesterday! Known for her string of hits in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, Ross who is the mother to Tracee, Evan and Chudney is frequently spotted at Bristol Farms (which coincidentally is also my [...]

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ESCA, NYC: December’s RESTAURANT OF THE MONTH

Fresh, high–quality seafood, simple and elegant recipes, and understated glamour are just a few reasons to visit Mario Batali and David Pasternack‘s Hell’s Kitchen restaurant ESCA! Located at 402 West 43rd Street off of 9th Avenue, Esca’s menu features incomparable crudo (Italian raw fish sashimi-style), decadent pastas and savory meats – each worthy of their own [...]

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