Four Michelin star chefs sweep into town this fall. Here’s how you get in on the action.

cusineFour Michelin star chefs sweep into town this fall. Here’s how you get in on the action.
Color us excited! This fall, from August to November, Le Royal Méridien Shanghai presents the “Dressed Up 2016” Michelin Dining Experience, an extraordinary culinary event that will take you on a spectacular gastronomic journey. They’re bringing four …
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Chefs are temperamental
Mark Poynton is aware of the irony of coming to India to cook curry for us. The chef patron of the award winning Alimentum restaurant in Cambridge, was in Bengaluru for the Taste of Britain Curry Festival at ITC Windsor Bengaluru. Over a meal of blue …
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Davidoff Chefs Edition
In February, Davidoff hosted its annual Tour Gastronomique in the Dominican Republic for the first time in the event’s history. Historically taking place at locations around Europe, the event features the collaboration of Davidoff and famous chefs in …
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Atlanta Gets ‘Swarmed’ As Pro Lacrosse Team Moves To Town

sportAtlanta Gets ‘Swarmed’ As Pro Lacrosse Team Moves To Town
The National Lacrosse League combines the physical play of hockey with the high scoring, fast pace of basketball. The NLL was founded in 1986 and ranks third in attendance for professional indoor sports. There are nine franchises across the U.S. and …
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MEN’S LACROSSE: Warminster’s Sankey makes a splash in pro debut
Joey Sankey had a late start to his professional lacrosse career, but he certainly made up for lost time. In his first game for the Charlotte Hounds, he scored five goals and had three assists in a 19-13 loss to the Boston Cannons. All but one of his …
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Georgia’s First Professional Lacrosse Team Is From Minnesota
The Minnesota Swarm lacrosse team is moving to Georgia. Starting next year, the state’s first professional lacrosse team will be playing in the Gwinnett Center and changing their name to the Georgia Swarm. In lacrosse, players wear helmets and run …
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Bloom town: Drought and recent rains deliver the best wildflowers in years

trendBloom town: Drought and recent rains deliver the best wildflowers in years
Photographers and flower-watchers should stay on trails to avoid tramping the very flowers they want to see, land managers said. Take your telephoto lens and shoot from a distance, suggested Hallie Jones, the executive director of the Laguna Canyon …
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Photographer Helped Expose Brutality Of Selma’s ‘Bloody Sunday’
He was 25, a photographer for The Birmingham News. He explains in a video from 1987 that he got the call because he was the youngest staff member and no one else wanted to go. That assignment would lead to his most famous work. “About midnight I get …
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Sports Editor Aaron Moody wins Hugh Morton Photographer of the Year Award
“I had to get pictures at a construction site and I stood out there for 20 minutes and couldn’t get the camera to work.” He credits much of his success to learning under “some of the best photographers around” – sports photographers Damon Thomas and …
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A pro hockey town again?

sportA pro hockey town again?
At the time, four decades ago, official capacity at the San Diego Sports Arena was set at 13,363. That particular Saturday night, more than 14,000 tickets were sold to a hockey game, an impressive fact that the San Diego Gulls proudly shared on the …
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Ice Hockey Notebook: Parsippany Regional playing with renewed confidence
What a difference a year makes for the Parsippany Regional hockey team. After failing to win a divisional game last year in the Haas Division of the MCSSIHL, Parsippany Regional got a fresh start this season in the Charette Division under first-year …
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Pond hockey players disappointed after Packers’ loss
Both are in the tent at the pond hockey venue at Sunny Vale Park in Wausau, which coincided with the opening weekend of the Badger State Winter Games. Brown, one of the organizers of the event, and Irish, the deejay at the event, stayed after the pond …
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