Topics :: Mediterranean

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Bodrum’s Eternal Blue

By Mark Thompson | Dec 28
While some people consider Bodrum to be "the Hamptons of Turkey," for me, flying into Bodrum was a bit like finding Brigadoon. From the window of the plane, I watched as a series of misty blue islands rose almost chimerically out of the silvery gray sea.

Le Louis XV and Alain Ducasse Celebrate 25th Anniversary in Monte Carlo

FOOD/DRINK | Apr 23
This year, the Louis XV is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Launching a year of celebration, a very special birthday menu will be inaugurated as a perfect illustration of the Louis XV cuisine.

Pringle of Scotland Sponsors "Princess Grace: More Than an Image"

FASHION | Apr 8
The exhibition "Princess Grace: More Than an Image" arose from a proposal by Pringle of Scotland and includes research into H.S.H. Princess Grace of Monaco’s personal wardrobe, with a special focus on the knitwear she wore throughout her career.

Mythical, Magical Voyage to Antiquities

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 25
History, geography, and current events have never been my strong suits. But even I, who would rather be immersed in a plate of loukamoades (Greek doughnuts) than stumbling among the rubble of an archeological ruin, found myself inspired.

Tunisia Awaits Its Tourism Boom

By JENNY BARCHFIELD | Aug 27
The country’s Mediterranean beaches and millennial ruins are largely deserted, and bargains abound. Travel operators who offer all-inclusive package deals at seaside resort hotels have slashed their already reasonable rates in a bid to lure visitors.

Mediterranean Summer Feast (with World’s Healthiest Brownie)

FOOD/DRINK | Jul 6
Lebanese chef Joumana Accad brings traditional Lebanese summer favorites to dining room tables everywhere, using a bounty of fresh herbs and spices to create a Mediterranean summertime feast.

Ancient City by the Sea Rises Amid Egypt’s Resorts

By Associated Press | Sep 8
Today, it’s a sprawl of luxury vacation homes where Egypt’s wealthy play on the white beaches of the Mediterranean coast. But 2,000 years ago, this was a thriving Greco-Roman port city, boasting villas of merchants grown rich on the wheat and olive trade.

Tizi Turns 10!

Jul 1
Chicago’s famed Tizi Melloul Mediterranean Restaurant celebrates their 10th birthday with a new menu, outdoor patio and weekly specials.

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