Archive for the ‘Off Topic Information’ Category

Food Critic: A Year In Review

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
By Brent Arends There was the up-and-down story of Linda Duerr, who, after having been dropped from JJ's on the Plaza, had a brief comeback as executive chef of Zest. Midway through the year, she was down again when owner Joe DiGiovanni decided to sell that Mission Farms restaurant to the owners of Brookside's Avenues Bistro. The happy ending for Read The Post [...]

Why UNESCO Recognized Mexican Cuisine

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
If you very rarely consider Mexican food when you are talking over dinner ideas with the family, you're definitely missing out. But why take my word for it, when you could listen to an international organization as famous and well respected as UNESCO instead? As you may know, the UNESCO World Heritage Sites are famous places scattered all around the Read The Post [...]

A Handful Of The Most Suitable Reasons For Holding Amazing Banquets

Friday, August 19th, 2011
By David Cameron Actually, rather then a reason what you could need for holding banquets is merely an excuse. We all do adore these thrilling social feasts and just about any excuse is good enough. Actually, if you're a really sociable person perhaps you don't even need an excuse for gathering together a group of unique friends and laying on a feast. If Read The Post [...]

Get Things Done With An Action Day

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
By Wendy Ponte Putting things off? Welcome to the human race! Everyone procrastinates to some extent, but we tend to procrastinate more about certain things--most particularly those big, daunting jobs like cleaning out the basement or starting a new filing system or writing a long overdue report. And the longer it gets put off--the larger the Read The Post [...]

Life Beneath a Tree

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
Trees not only provide life, they provide comfort. This is especially true when the weather gets too hot and escaping to the shade seems like the obvious and perfect thing to do. Almost all holiday creature comforts can be done under a tree, such as: Dining: When the sun is out it is practically criminal not to dine outdoors. Of course, eating Read The Post [...]

Life’s Best Moments

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
Life is full of small, simple pleasures - sleeping in on Saturday morning, getting breakfast in bed, flirting over drinks with a love interest - and while they may not be a trip to Bali or a romantic marriage proposal, they are amongst the best moments in a person's life. No meal at a fancy restaurant can replace the evenings you spend sitting in your Read The Post [...]

4 Steps to Upgrading Your Time Management System

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
We all share the same finite resource - time. No matter what we do, we can't magically add more time into our days, or extend our weeks. Therefore, how well we manage our time, and our tasks, is critical to our overall success. There are many time management books and systems out there, along with ones that you can create from whole cloth. For off-the-shelf Read The Post [...]

Diamond Rings Are Great At Any Age

Monday, August 15th, 2011
Of course, those of the female gender adore diamond rings. Adding a little bling and a little sparkle, diamonds are always sure to delight a lady. Countless fine jewelry counters offer a large selection of beautiful choices that are perfect for the young and old alike. Young girls are thrilled when they receive their first diamond. Whether it is Read The Post [...]

Make Low Carb Cheesecakes Part of Your Diet!

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011
By Steven Barnhart Keeping to any diet is always difficult and if you have been struggling to stick to one of the many popular low carbohydrate diets, then you undoubtedly have begun to feel some cravings. This is a natural result of the shock you are putting your body through. It has gotten so used to carbs after all these years that it has no problem Read The Post [...]

Psychologists Help CEOs and Other Business Executives Minimize High Stress Levels

Sunday, August 7th, 2011
With the current state of the global economy of uppermost importance in the minds of most business people, CEOs and other business executives are really feeling the stress. Regardless of the size of a business, the person at the top carries the bulk of the burden of keeping workers, customers and share holders satisfied while trying to keep himself Read The Post [...]