TATCHA – Review

 

 

 

 

 

TATCHA's Camelia Cleansing Oil
TATCHA’s Camelia Cleansing Oil

 

Memoirs of a Geisha: Three Steps to Flawless Skin

by Sylvie Greil


All beauty brands make bold claims. Some deliver. Many don’t. Either way, we are always eager to get suckered into the clever promise of flawless skin. Especially if said promise is inspired by century-old wisdom and the baby-smooth complexion of geisha.

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Creativity Abounds at the Manhattan Cocktail Classic

 

The annual Manhattan Cocktail Classic was held May 9-13
The annual Manhattan Cocktail Classic was held May 9-13

 

Five Days of Glitz, Glamour and Cocktails

by David Farley


The first half of May 2014 was a wild one for New York City. May 5 saw the annual James Beard Foundation Awards and all its post-gala debauchery; May 12 was the re-opening party of the revamped Tavern on the Green; and May 9-13 was the annual Manhattan Cocktail Classic. If you happened to attend all three, it’s likely that your liver is begging you to slow down, while your head is hoping to hit the pillow for longer than a few hours at a time.

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Pope Francis Makes Historic Visit to Israel

 

View of Jerusalem's Old City from the Mount of Olives
View of Jerusalem’s Old City from the Mount of Olives (Photo Credit: Noam Chen)

 

Pope Francis to Visit Jerusalem’s Historical Sites


Pope Francis is scheduled to make a pilgrimage to Israel from May 24 to 26. The papal visit will be the Pope’s first-ever to Israel, and will mark the 50th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s historic trip to Jerusalem.

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