Scent of a Man

Simon Baker, star of The Mentalist, takes on his most glamorous role yet: fragrance icon. Read More »

Art of the Deal

He blazed a trail for the contemporary art scene in Laguna, and two decades later, Peter Blake is still a leader in the industry. Read More »

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Whiskey a Go Go

Retail’s power couple, Mike and Sarah Dowdell, are welcoming a new baby into the family of hip boho boutiques. Read More »

Present and Pastrami

Smoked Amish chicken

Present and Pastrami

by David Hagedorn | Photo: Greg Powers | DC magazine | April 2, 2013

It’s 6:30pm on a Thursday in the back of a buzzy new eatery just below Dupont Circle. Twenty-somethings nudge between patrons seated at a 10-person bar to order glasses of Austrian sparkling rosé, bottles of Belgian beer and cocktails composed with the likes of Small’s gin, Meyer lemon juice, orange bitters, Jameson Irish Whiskey, pickle brine and Genesse cream ale. At nearby counters, friends quaff and text while sharing orders of smoked salmon tartare and chicken liver spread, the kind of scene playing out in hip restaurants all over town.

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The Jazz Orchestra at Bohemian Caverns set the mood for photographer Kate Warren and her “neuvo-1940’s” date with painter Martin Swift.   Read More »

Scent of a Man

Simon Baker, star of The Mentalist, takes on his most glamorous role yet: fragrance icon. Read More »

Scent of a Man

Simon Baker, star of The Mentalist, takes on his most glamorous role yet: fragrance icon.   Read More »

Oldies & Goodies

Peameal bacon “knife and fork” sandwich

Oldies & Goodies

by Selena Fragassi | Photo: Neil Burger | NS magazine | April 2, 2013

Evanston dining has long scaled the great divide—cater to the large student body of Northwestern looking for a place to lounge or whet the palate of a more refined crowd in search of a nearby night out. Thankfully Evanston’s missing link is now Found, Amy Morton’s new “kitchen and social house” that delivers on atmosphere and accessibility.

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