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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Royal Caribbean Quantum Class Dining

Vegetables in the garden
Wonderland brings to life never-before-seen fare like this inventive vegetable dish, baby vegetables in the garden.

 

New Fleet of Ships to Feature “Dynamic Dining”
by Patricia Mack


A few months ago, news broke about the impending arrival of Royal Caribbean’s latest fleet of luxury cruise lines, to be part of the lines’ latest Quantum class. The luxe ships are slated to offer everything from simulated skydiving, an indoor sports complex and beautiful cabins designed with full functionality in mind. Now, word has come that the Quantum class will also elevate its dining options.

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ManaTea Infuser – Product Review

 

 

 

 

ManaTea Infuser
ManaTea Infuser


Your Tea Just Got a Whole Lot Cuter


Hipster owls are so yesterday. Here comes the manatee! Your tea-drinking experience won’t ever be the same with the addition of this adorable animal tea infuser.


While this little product might not steep your tea as quickly as metal infusers, it still fulfills its purpose. The ManaTea is made from food-safe silicon, is easy to use and surprisingly stable — the cute creature’s flippers keep it from falling into the tea cup. The manatee’s body holds a good amount of tea and works well for medium to large tea leaves. It’s also very easy to clean.

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Hello Fork & Cork, Goodbye Taste Addison

Fork & Cork
Addison Cooks Up a New Foodie Fest

by Whitney Filloon


When it comes to food-centric festivals, the city of Addison certainly has plenty to boast of: There’s Oktoberfest, WorldFest and the perennial favorite Taste Addison. Fans of the latter may be slightly disappointed to hear that the annual event won’t be returning in 2014, but Addison is cooking up something totally new that promises to be a big draw for the Metroplex’s serious foodies. Come May, Fork & Cork will replace Taste of Addison as the city’s largest annual food event.

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Iron Chef Jose Garces Opens Volvér in Philadelphia

Volvér Restaurant
Volvér Restaurant


Iron Chef Jose Garces Will Take the Stage at His Newest Restaurant in Philly

by Robert DiGiacomo


If chefs are the new rock stars, then Jose Garces is inviting you to a very intimate culinary jam session.


The Philadelphia-based “Iron Chef” recently opened Volvér, a high-end restaurant located in the city’s Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. The latter is home to the city’s acclaimed orchestra and a presenter of jazz, dance, classical and pop concerts.

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