There is a reason why you’re called the best man, so make sure you live to your title. Take care of the groom and celebrate the end of his freedom and the beginning of his new life. And try not to get face tattoos.
Location, location, location! is typically associated with real estate. But, in the case of Le Pavillon Des Lettres Hotel in Paris, it makes all kinds of sense, especially if you visit Paris the best way possible—on foot
It is my sincere and somewhat extravagant wish (We did, after all, just come back from France!) that this review will give you some of the same pleasure(s) we experienced on the magnificent miles of France
Mothers, Daughters and Friends Celebrated at the "Hattitude Tea". Hats, Attitudes, Tea and Music is a perfect setting for Ladies to feel the pride and grace they have within themselves and to share with others
Dale Ellis, twice a legend as a National Basketball Association (NBA) and Tennessee Volunteer (Vol) Star Player unites former and present "Vol" players as his college jersey is retired with many events and excitement
Professor Vidette Todaro-Franceschi teaches at Hunter College of the City University of New York, and is the author of the book “Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing.” Compassion fatigue and burnout are serious issues for the profession
Stuart K. Robinson is to Commercial Coaching for Actors - What Xerox is to Photocopies - and dare I say, the rest are mere copies - Agents & Casting Directors will tell you this is THE place to go – if you want the best - go ahead - ask around ...
Your eyes will sparkle like jewels if you walk thru’ the GOLDEN CABINET, home of Dr. Drew Francis’ - ORIGINAL 21 DAY CLEANSE – The perfect way to jumpstart your New Year. His enlightened team will even coach your Cleanse personally - via Skype
Dr. Scott Kaiser, a geriatric doctor and health media fellow at UCLA, has teamed with actor Paul Petersen, ("Aging Well in LA" “The Donna Reed Show”) to host a new docu-reality television series, 'On The Move.'
More than 21,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and approximately 15,000 women die annually from the disease. Ruth Davis' story is offered in hopes of increasing awareness of the disease and saving lives