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Vetting Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Las Vegas

Courtesy Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, Inc

If you’ve dined at any of the Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak Houses throughout the U.S., you’ve certainly reveled in the sophisticated chophouse chain’s take on prime steak and seafood. While there are expected synergies among all of the locations, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Las Vegas breaks the “if you’ve seen one, you’ve […]

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Enhancements Abound at the Plaza Hotel Las Vegas

Courtesy The Plaza Hotel

If you haven’t been to the Plaza Hotel Las Vegas lately and can make your way to the property, you’re in for a surprise. The hotel has undergone a litany of physical renovations and operational changes to keep guests more comfortable and entertained than ever. Situated in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, the Plaza […]

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‘The Scintas & a Steak’ Dinner Show Package a Stellar Vegas Value

Courtesy of The Scintas Show

Las Vegas, Nevada. Whether or not you’re planning a stay at The Plaza Hotel in downtown Las Vegas, there’s one entertainment offering at the property you’ll do well not to miss:  “The Scintas and a Steak” dinner-and-a-show package. The shockingly affordable experience combines an ample three-course prix fixe dinner at Oscar’s revered “Beef, Booze & […]

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Smart Spring Travel Solutions: Cool Travel Tools

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New York, N.Y. Spring has sprung and many are gearing up to get out of Dodge.  But before you pack those bags and hit the road, consider these problem solving solutions that can enhance the travel experience in a variety of ways—from hassle-saving luggage to space-saving organization to damage-saving tech to face-saving serums. Here are […]

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MyFairyTaleBooks Expands to Offer Custom Kids’ Gifts Galore

Courtesy MyFairyTaleBooks

New York, N.Y. March is National Reading Awareness Month—a time when literacy issues come to the fore and everyone is encouraged to crack open a book and read for the love (and value) of it.  Of course, some need more motivation to do so than others. When it comes to children’s books in particular, kids […]

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YummyHealth Company Raises the Candy Bar

New York, N.Y. In 2012 Lisa Goldbaum—a journalist, wife and devoted mother of two—came to a startling realization: empty calories defined her family’s meals, with her children becoming heavily inclined toward processed sugars, artificial flavors and hydrogenated oils. Nutrition placed second after convenience, and healthy habits had gone by the wayside. Of course, Goldbaum’s epiphany […]

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Eleven Key Considerations for Prize-Driven Diet Programs

Courtesy of HealthyWage.com

What you MUST ponder before partaking in a ‘dieting for dollars’ program Let’s face it, sometimes our love for food and beverages gets the best of us, widening our waistlines beyond that which is comfortable–or healthy. Since research has proven financial incentives and penalties (“carrots and sticks”) to be highly effective in motivating weight loss, […]

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Helpful Lifestyle Hacks: 9 Great Product Picks

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Let’s face it, life can be frustrating. Luckily there are throngs of products on the market to help alleviate common annoyances and generally provide sound solutions for things you wish were better or just easier in some way, shape or form. I’ve assembled a few such items below—some tried and true gadget, beauty, style and […]

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