Posted by: KristenSiefkin in: Food/Beverage -
My husband and I just returned from a 10-day vacation in central Mexico. As usual, our chief objective was to eat, so we enlisted the help of Ruth Alegria ofMexico Soul and Essence, a company that “immerses cultural travelers and cuisine lovers to the culture, gastronomy, art and history of Mexico.”
Ruth made a list of “must-see” Mexico City sites and after breakfast we set off with one of her expert guides, Francisco, to see Mexico City. To say Mexico City is impressive is an understatement. Built on top of the ruins of the ancient Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, the metropolitan area is home to more than 21M residents, boasts more museums than any other city in the world and features a vast array of food types.
Posted by: KirstenNieman in: Consumer Lifestyle -
As the new year approaches, we’ve been keeping an eye out for trends and new mediums in 2011. How we consume news is ever-changing, and 2010 was certainly the year of mobile apps and mobile news media. What will next year bring?
Posted by: AmberRoberts in: Consumer Lifestyle -
On Sunday, October 24th I will join hundreds of New Yorkers to take a stand against suicide by participating in a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and through Manhattan. This fall, AFSP (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention) is holding community walks throughout the country in an effort to: educate the public on suicide, provide resources for those who want to be involved in prevention, and raise important funds for suicide research.