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Quietly Fabulous: Lapis Restaurant, Washington, DC

By at 22 November, 2015, 6:03 pm

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WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  Entering the warm comfortable sophisticated environs of the much talked about new Afghan bistro, Lapis, is like coming home.  The senses are exotic, and remind you of a home you have had – or are yet to discover.  The interior design is clean and modern, yet conservative and thoughtful, […]

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Motorola Droid Turbo 2 – Shattering the Motorola business model, but not your screen.

By at 22 November, 2015, 5:08 pm

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By Brian Payne, Special to the Herald de Paris ASHEVILLE, NC (Herald de Paris) — In today’s mobile world, many people change cellular carriers like they change socks. They enjoy the freedom of being able to move from one carrier to the next, whenever a greener pasture presents itself. This trend has created many smaller […]

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Does “Shamu” still sails high in the Ocean of smart phones?

By at 7 November, 2015, 6:52 pm

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By Bhagvatula Ramesh, Special to the Herald de Paris BANGLORE, INDIA (Herald de Paris) —  Google inducted 2 new Nexus phones into their 5 year old Nexus Family. It was year 2010 when Google and HTC launched the first Nexus phone. Things have changed a lot in past 5 years in terms of technology, and the […]

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Receipt Code Manager puts convenience, organization, and productivity right in your pocket.

By at 1 November, 2015, 3:45 pm

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  By Nick Mowen DALLAS (Herald de Paris) —   The beauty of the Android mobile operating system is that it is open source.  That means there are developers around the world creating fun and useful apps for Android phones.  One hot little app is Receipt Code Manager. Receipt Code Manager helps you keep track of and […]

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FIRST SOLO EXHIBIT FOR A WESTERN ARTIST IN CHINA

By at 18 October, 2015, 5:43 pm

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CREATOR OF LONDON OLYMPIC VILLAGE SCULPTURE INVITED BY CHINESE NATIONAL MUSEUM TO HOLD FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION FOR A WESTERN ARTIST ON BEIJING’S TIANANMEN SQUARE FROM OCTOBER 12TH ‘CLOAK OF CONSCIENCE’ CREATOR, ANNA CHROMY, HONOURED BY CHINA – FIRST WOMAN, FIRST WESTERNER, FIRST SCULPTOR TO GET A SOLO EXHIBITION For an artist with 60 sculptures in […]

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Culpeper Three Ways: Sooner or later … you’re coming here.

By at 22 June, 2015, 11:05 am

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Culpeper, VA (Herald de Paris) —  Take a weekend trip out of Washington, DC, Baltimore, Richmond, or Philadelphia, and in a remarkable short time you’ll find Culpeper, Virginia – the most inventive, vibrant, little town you may or may not have heard of – yet.  The main streets of Culpeper have been restored with a […]

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Wrightwood’s Mile High Pizza: Pizza with a purpose.

By at 23 April, 2015, 11:25 pm

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WRIGHTWOOD, CA (Herald de Paris) —   High in the mountains, in Wrightwood, California, a mile above sea level in a ski town that hasn’t seen a lot of snow in a while, Mile High Pizza is serving up pizza with a purpose.  Sure, you could order just about any pizza you might like at […]

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“The best pizza in Calabassas,” says this New Yorker.

By at 9 April, 2015, 4:51 pm

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LOS ANGELES (Herald de Paris) —  I’m a New Yorker.  As I travel around the country, I gauge each city, quite honestly, by its pizza.  This may sound weird to some of you, but if you’re a real New Yorker, not only do you understand, this actually makes sense.  There are plenty of ex-New Yorkers […]

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CROSSROADS: The un-vegan vegan.

By at 6 April, 2015, 10:55 pm

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By Anna Wilding HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  Crossroads is a wonderful steakhouse on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood, where celebrities, the hoi polloi, and anyone who is anyone, meets to dine these days.  Sumptuous leather booths and warm lighting reminds one of a luxurious New York speakeasy, where times are good, conversation high, and […]

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Martine Inn – A Bed and Breakfast like you always imagined them to be.

By at 27 February, 2015, 12:03 am

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Pacific Grove, CA (Herald de Paris) —  THIS was a real pleasure.  I was in Monterey, California on business, and we decided to make a vacation out of it by staying a couple of extra days.  Three nights, three hotels – well, two hotels and a bed and breakfast on the last night.  A stone’s […]

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