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Del Mar Racetrack Opens

by Rachel Ganz On Wednesday July 17, 2019 31,276 well-dressed men in flashy suits, woman with lavish dresses and extravagant hats came to celebrate and watch the races "Where the Turf Meets the Surf"...

 

Soaking It Up: The Enchanting Healing Waters of Glen Ivy Hot Springs

By Kat Thomas, Edible Skinny "Work. Don't Think. Relax." ― Ray Bradbury A few weeks ago Edible Skinny was lucky enough to encounter the enchanting healing waters of Glen Ivy Hot Springs, a world...

 

A Tale of Las Cruces, Visiting The City Twice on a Road Trip From Vegas to Houston and Back

By Kat Thomas "Elsewhere the sky is the roof of the world; but in New Mexico the earth was the floor of the sky." ― Willa Cather About a month ago Edible Skinny was lucky enough to visit the city of...

 

ES - Falling in LOVE with Austin in the Springtime

By Kat Thomas, Edible Skinny "People don't live in Austin to work; they work there to live." --Robert Rodriguez. My entire life I had never visited Texas, and in the last four years I've been lucky...

 

Embracing the Beauty, Cuisine, and Vortices of Sedona, AZ

By Kat Thomas, Editor in Chief, Edible Skinny Sedona, Arizona, with its iconic Red Rock canyons and spiritual vortices that whirl about, has been on the bucket list of Edible Skinny for years now....

 

Garagiste Wine Festival Comes to Solvang in February

Over 40 small production winemakers will showcase 150+ wines at the Garagiste Wine Festival's 7th anniversary in Solvang as the historic town celebrates its 107th anniversary. The Garagiste Festival,...

 

Savoring The Central Coast: Pismo Beach

Located half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the town of Pismo Beach works both as a weekend get away from LA or as a convenient mid-way stop en route. Besides long stretches of beaches, Pismo boasts the most extensive coastal dunes in Cal...

 

Knott's Honors Veterans

In a move that would have made Walter and Cordelia Knott proud, Knott's Berry Farm continues its tradition of honoring the brave men and women who have served in the U.S. military, both past and...

 
 By Mona Day    Travel    June 11, 2015

A Cambria Weekend

By Mona Day Travel Reporter The scenic stretch of California's Highway 1 Discovery Route midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles offers breathtaking beauty, outdoor adventure, two world class...

 
 By Mona Day    Travel    October 16, 2014

The Islands of Loreto

By Mona Day Travel Reporter The fishing village of Loreto on the Baja California Peninsula sits on miles of coastline with year-round sunshine averaging 80 degrees. Looking out on five islands on the...

 

Bodega Bay – a Healing Place

Since spring is the time of year the iconic Alfred Hitchcock film, The Birds, was filmed in Bodega Bay, it’s a good time to explore this rather lost in time spot. Actually, anytime is a good time...

 

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