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A Perfect Summer Romance, Hydrangeas &  Pinot Grigio

A Perfect Summer Romance, Hydrangeas & Pinot Grigio

Ahhhh hydrangea season, those big blue mop heads are a signature of long warn summer days. Without being fussy they brighten corners from city scopes to seashores. As buds go, they're as cool as a summer time romance can be. If they inspire you to sit and chill...

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Wimbledon Finals, Two Hunks & a Frozè

Wimbledon Finals, Two Hunks & a Frozè

Tradition is part of Wimbledon.  There's simply no reason to change a good thing when the good things include strawberries, cream  ~ and two gorgeous hunks! A traditional Breakfast at Wimbledon calls for a proper dish of ripe strawberries to be served with cream....

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Tennis ~ It’s about the LOVE baby!

Tennis ~ It’s about the LOVE baby!

Ranked # 1 in the world, 25 year old Ashleigh Barty of Australia, a member of the Ngaragu people, won the Women's Finals at Wimbledon today. Her opponent was 29 year old Karolína Pliškosá of Czechoslovakia. The court-contest was a nail-biter. Both women relied on...

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First Lady Jill Biden Let’s Fashion Make a Holiday Statement

First Lady Jill Biden Let’s Fashion Make a Holiday Statement

Kicking off the holiday weekend in style, Jill Biden marked her first 4th of July as First Lady at Portland Head Light in Maine's historic Fort Williams Park. Rocking the look of an All-American girl, the 70 year old made a fitting fashion statement even before she...

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Father’s Day Cocktails ~ the ‘Wicked Easy’ Way

Father’s Day Cocktails ~ the ‘Wicked Easy’ Way

'Wicked' is the way we live in Boston. It's more than a word, it's a state of mind.     The Boston Red Sox are a wicked good major league baseball team ~ especially this year.     Some summer nights in Boston can be wicked scorch~a's   Even...

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For Flag Day, A Red, White and Blue Berry Sparkler!

For Flag Day, A Red, White and Blue Berry Sparkler!

This little sparkler can brighten any day, but it's especially fun when you're honoring Flag Day. It doesn't really need a recipe. It's a splashy mix of iced sparkling water, garnished with red and blue berries. Of course, if you add your favorite white wine, even...

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JAWS returns….with a Deep Dive into Your Wildest Dreams.

JAWS returns….with a Deep Dive into Your Wildest Dreams.

What if we put JAWS, the summer movie of all summer movies, through our Wildest Dreams time-machine, and it reimagines the allegorical version of " The Old Man and the Sea" as a tale with a very different tail? How 'bout the shark doesn't devour the Martha's Vineyard...

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“V” is for Vanilla, Vaccinations,and Victory over Covid!

“V” is for Vanilla, Vaccinations,and Victory over Covid!

Surviving Covid-19 has been one of our Wildest Dreams. The CDC recently relaxed regulations. And, because much of our population has acquired immunity~it's time we begin to relax too! This twisted mix of vanilla vodka, ginger-ale and sprite has the medicinal capacity...

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Are your Wildest Dreams Ready for a Raspy-Rita?

Are your Wildest Dreams Ready for a Raspy-Rita?

Raspy-Rita is the kind of cocktail that makes a girl comfortable committing to a liquid diet! There's something soul-satisfying when really ripe fruit crashes over Kosher crystals. In a way it's similar to the mystical nexus between the end of one season and the...

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How The White House Rose Garden Grows

How The White House Rose Garden Grows

Every gardener knows, every garden grows, in it's own way, and the White House Rose Garden is no exception. The first installation of the White House Garden was a 1902 project of Edith Roosevelt. Converting stable areas into garden beds, the First Lady wanted the...

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It’s Almost Mint Julep Time!

It’s Almost Mint Julep Time!

Whoa, are you mounting-up for the Kentucky Derby?   Instagram super sensation, 'The_Chunky_Chef'  is famous for sharing recipes worthy of the winner's circle. T_C_C  says, as long as you're not riding in the 147th "Run for the Roses' she's happy to share THE most...

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Words to Love By: Live Long and Prosper!

Words to Love By: Live Long and Prosper!

Sometimes the stars are in alignment. If you look around, you can spot signs when the universe is moving in that direction. The celebration of Passover began three days ago.  In the Jewish tradition, Passover is a time to remember the stories of Exodus, when the angel...

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It’s Cherry Blossom ~Cocktail Time

It’s Cherry Blossom ~Cocktail Time

Steeped in history, surrounded by impressive architecture, Washington DC is a spectacular city to visit.  It's especially beautiful when the cherry blossoms are in bloom. Since Mother Nature holds all the cards, predicting when they'll be at their peak frilliness is a...

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Nantucket is Almost, baaa~’ACK’!

Nantucket is Almost, baaa~’ACK’!

Bill DeSousa is the Public Relations Director for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. He boasts of the entire area's charms in every season, however, as Spring approaches, Nantucket has little need for his professional services. ACK's Daffiness happily speaks...

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Wildest Dreams, Cocktail~ing, Spring Chick Style!

Wildest Dreams, Cocktail~ing, Spring Chick Style!

Saturday, March 20th at 5:37 AM we celebrate the Vernal Equinox, AKA, the 1st day of SPRING!  This calls for a cocktail! In: 1 DAY, with 2 MINUTES of your time, and 3 INGREDIENTS: The wildest Dreams of any Spring Chick can hatch: Mix,  6 ounces of Limoncello 12 ounces...

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In Your Wildest Dreams ~Ya Gotta Go for the Greens!

In Your Wildest Dreams ~Ya Gotta Go for the Greens!

This weekend, the Men's PGA Tour is monopolizing the Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass. But by St. Patty's Day, it's all ours to play. Till then, no special recipe is require for cocktail-ing.   Pair your green schemes with a foursome of icy, cold, long...

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“When Harry Met ~ Oprah”

“When Harry Met ~ Oprah”

What happened to Oprah? We've known her as a reliable compass point of insight and compassion. But, Sunday night, during a vapid TV show on CBS, she abdicated that role and found a way to justify taking advantage of Prince Harry and his, Suit's star, wife, Meghan...

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Let Your Wildest Dreams Lead to a Pot O’ Gold!

Let Your Wildest Dreams Lead to a Pot O’ Gold!

Sure now, Irish or not, this weekend is a fine time for your Wildest Dreams lead ya to a Pot O' Gold '. There's no need to be tellin' anyone where your imagination takes you ~ unless you care to! Finished with a twist, this glittery little cocktail has some tricks in...

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Calling all Space Nerds, It’s “MARS-Tini” Time

Calling all Space Nerds, It’s “MARS-Tini” Time

If your wildest dreams include space travel, NASA's mission to Mars proves dreams really do come true.  Last Thursday, an unmanned land-rover, "Perseverance" landed on the red planet to sample the atmosphere and search for signs of ancient microbial life. The space...

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Thank You Gwyneth Paltrow

Thank You Gwyneth Paltrow

The trial of Harvey Weinstein was salacious, filled with Hollywood drama and included a surprise ending for the politically-connected, media-darling.  A year ago today, he was convicted of sexual assault and rape. The once beyond reproachable, mega-mogal remains in...

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Need a Lesson Plan? Art Teaches in Every Language

Need a Lesson Plan? Art Teaches in Every Language

Art is the world's most universal teacher. Given time ~it reveals all truth. Sometimes it's lesson is carved into stone, Other times it's message whispers in a collage . It can be read like a newspaper, filled with wild headlines and the deeds of caped crusaders....

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Weekends can get ‘Nippy’  in February : Stay Cozy!

Weekends can get ‘Nippy’ in February : Stay Cozy!

Weary from the winter that drags on with ice, snow and no where to go?  STP ~News has an old school suggestion to warm your nippy nights! Add a 'splash' of something decadent to your favorite coco-mix and you'll find yourself comforted from your cold nose to your cold...

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Hey Serena Williams,  You Can Net More than Money From Tennis.

Hey Serena Williams, You Can Net More than Money From Tennis.

Sunday, in the finals of the Australian Open, # 3 seed, 23 year old, Naomi Osaka beat # 22 seed, 25 year old, Jennifer Brady, in two sets. Gracious from 'first serve ' to  'game, set, match ' both competitors played like total pros. The 1st Grand slam, of the year,...

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Isabella Stewart Gardner & How Her Garden Grows

Isabella Stewart Gardner & How Her Garden Grows

The long awaited re-opening of Boston's elegant Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is here.  If you haven't been, it's bucket-list worthy! This 15th century styled Palace, Fenway Court, is an especially perfect place to court a Valentine, plan a Gal-entine rendezvous, or...

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A Native American Love Story;  by T.J. Young,  aka Sgwaayaans

A Native American Love Story; by T.J. Young, aka Sgwaayaans

Storytelling has long been a way to chronicle history. For Native Americans, it remains a tradition that echos like a heartbeat. But, there are many ways to tell stories of Tribal folklore. T.J.Young, aka, Sgwaayaans, is a member of the Yaadaas Eagle Clan. He's drawn...

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Inaugural History Repeats Itself at the White House

Inaugural History Repeats Itself at the White House

On January 20th, 2021 the sun will rise in Washington D.C. at 7:23 AM. By the time the sun sets at 5:15 PM President Trump and his family will be in Mar-a-Lago, their Palm Beach, Florida home. After four years of serving the Nation, Donald Trump will be given little...

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Mike DelGuidice and Kevin James Reimagine Mona Lisa

Mike DelGuidice and Kevin James Reimagine Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa, AKA, Leonardo da Vinci's  fantasy-girl, hangs out inside the world's largest museum. Tourists visiting the Louvre typically find her surrounded by admirers, safely encased behind climate controlled plexiglass.  A trend-setter, Mona's been practicing...

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Godmothered: a Christmastime Fantasy with a Modern Twist.

Godmothered: a Christmastime Fantasy with a Modern Twist.

Yes, Godmothered begins with "Once Upon a Time", and ends with "And They Lived Happily Ever After" ~ but it's not your typical fantasy.  Godmothered shatters the old glass ceiling of fairytales with a new~fangled glass slipper! Updating the definition of "Happily Ever...

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Kathie Lee Gifford : It’s Never Too Late

Kathie Lee Gifford : It’s Never Too Late

Soaring between heaven and earth Kathie Lee Gifford's latest book, 'It's Never Too Late' is inspirational, but you'll need a seat belt for this literary destination. Each of it's 208 pages are filled with Kathie Lee's dreams and heartbreaks. Because Gifford thanks God...

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The Little Red Hen: What Kind of Party Animal are you?

The Little Red Hen: What Kind of Party Animal are you?

As the Presidential recounts continue to dig-up voting  'irregularities" and law suits approach the bench, blue dogs still believe in Biden, while red elephants tout Trump. Sorting out who technically won the Presidential election will require complex legal...

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The American Struggle : Jacob Lawrence

The American Struggle : Jacob Lawrence

The American Struggle by Jacob Lawrence is a must see exhibit! Organized by the storied Peabody Essex Museum, it's razor-sharp lines simultaneously trace and foreshadow flash-points of American revolution. Articulating phases of national injustice Lawrences'...

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Ann, the Other Romney ~ for President?

Ann, the Other Romney ~ for President?

Members of the Romney family have been contributing to America's landscape since the 1950's. Without question they're successful in business but the All-American family's dynastic ambition is to make the White House their home. Unsuccessful so far, it seems obvious...

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The Perpetual Social Influence of First Ladies

The Perpetual Social Influence of First Ladies

First Ladies have been social influencers long before there was a tech-y name for it. Often independent of their husbands, with and without the internet, their work advances American ideals and serves the Nation in perpetuity.  John and Abigail Adams were the first...

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