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#WishListWednesday Summer Grilling Tips from the Santa Barbara Food and Wine Weekend Santa Barbara County along California’s Central Coast, with its sprawling hills, valleys, and meadows, is home to more than 175 wineries. In June, the region was home to the first annual Santa Barbara Food and Wine Weekend. This three-day artisanal event was conceived by the Bacara Resort and Spa, a luxurious oasis overlooking one of the most scenic coastlines in California. The event benefits the Julia Child Foundation.
A laid-back affair, the festival attracted more than 900 attendees anxious to sip and s… http://bit.ly/1tDmCDZ
#WishListWednesday What’s Hot: Cleverly Disguised Technology Deceptively chic, these functional designs conceal their purpose while elevating their style.
Roche Bobois’s Calisto sofa (from $8,070) conceals an electronic control panel in each of its armrests. The leather couch was created by the Italian architects Roberto Tapinassi and Maurizio Manzoni in collaboration with the French furniture retailer and provides a hidden USB charging port for cell phones and cameras along with electronic controls for the backrests and seats. The Calisto sofa first debuted in Europ… http://bit.ly/1ntrtXf
#WishListWednesday Tempest in a Teacup A teacup. An old photograph. A clock, its workings exposed to create the feeling of time furiously ticking by, and a series of matchsticks used to tediously measure the minutes. Each of these objects was carefully collected by the Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk, who spent decades scouring Istanbul junk dealers and antique shops for the everyday items that would inspire a novel he was writing about lost love.
In 2008 he finally published The Museum of Innocence, which tells the story of Kemal, a wealthy ma… http://bit.ly/1ntrtX6
The ‘When it fits, you feel it’ campaign highlights the diversity of real Americans.