Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love. Have a great weekend, friends!
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1. Are you worried about a loved one? Maybe he or she is not following doctor’s advice, spending too much, smoking excessively, lying or dating the wrong person? Or maybe your loved one is depressed or just generally checked out? Interventions aren’t just for addiction problems anymore. Discover a new way to stage a group intervention.
23. Malibu travel guide. This destination is still on my California to-do list.
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Cherry Bombe Jubilee Market: Come meet the makers, bakers, and shakers behind your favorite brands at our first-ever Marketplace in New York City on April 9th. You can shop, eat, drink, attend book signings, and listen to great speakers. Ticket are $25.
Callie’s Biscuits and Southern Traditions: Carrie Morey is the founder of Callie’s Charleston Biscuits. Touted by Saveur, Food & Wine, Southern Living, The New York Times and Oprah among others, Morey’s cookbook and narrative on entrepreneurship and life in the lowcountry includes her famous biscuit recipe. If you visit Charleston, you can sample her biscuits at Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit on Charleston’s Upper King Street. What was once a biscuit legendary in South Carolina has now become a favorite across America. This is the recipe that started it all. Callie will be signing copies of her book at Bloomingdale’s in New York on April 9, 2017.
Goldie’s: If you visit Philadelphia, don’t miss the Tehina shakes (Turkish coffee, chocolate and coconut) at Goldie’s. There’s also falafel in a pita sandwich or a salad and french fries with various spice options on the menu. Goldie is completely vegan. The restaurant is modeled after Israeli-style falafel shops. Goldie is the latest opening from famed Chef Michael Solomonov and his partner-in-empire-building, Steve Cook.
Meet Dave Asprey and special guests in major cities nationwide this month as part of his book tour. The Denver event will feature thyroid expert Dr. Izabella Wentz.
I’m using the BrainHQ cognitive exercises that Tom Brady uses to help me focus my mind on the most critical information and disregard the rest. BrainHQ is an online brain-training system that you can do on a computer or mobile device. It features 29 exercises that work out attention, memory, brain speed, intelligence, navigation, and people skills.
The best things to do, eat, read, watch and listen to this week.
If you are in D.C. this weekend, go see the cherry blossoms. The National Park Service said that 70 percent of the remaining Yoshino cherry blossoms had reached the puffy white stage, the last of the tracked stages before full bloom. So even if it’s probably not going to be a banner year for the cherry blossoms this year and they’re more dinged up than usual, they’re still going to be put on a beautiful spectacle. More details on the Cherry Blossom Festival here.
The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermitby Michael Finkel: In 1986, Christopher Knight stepped into the Maine woods and stayed there for 27 years, eking out an existence by burgling local cabins for food, batteries, and clothes, leaving no trace as he moved through the wilderness. The “North Pond Hermit” grew into a local legend, reasonably feared by some; others saw him as a harmless eccentric and sometimes left supplies on their porches for the taking, just to save everyone the trouble. After he was finally caught breaking into a camp, Knight became a minor sensation, drawing the interest of journalist Michael Finkel, who turned his interviews with the sometimes combative recluse into a book.