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27 Years In, Boston Wine Festival Ever Faithful to its Mission Almost immediately upon taking the reins as Executive Chef at the Boston Harbor Hotel, Chef Daniel Bruce’s passion for pairing the flavors in food and wine launched the Boston Wine Festival.  And like the Sox return to Fenway, the Spring Flower Show and all those runners

|2016-03-21T15:25:42+00:00March 21st, 2016|Healthy Eating, Interviews|Comments Off on THE TAO OF ZINFANDEL


MEET CHEF ALLEN CAMPBELL... We are delighted to welcome to our growing Find Bliss Boston editorial team, pioneering Chef and Boston native, Allen Campbell.  Chef Allen will from time to time be sharing both his signature dishes and vision through our website and newsletter and also with our sister publication LA YOGA magazine.  Taking care of his mind

|2016-03-09T20:56:10+00:00March 9th, 2016|Healthy Eating, Interviews|Comments Off on NOT A “WHOLE” FOOD? NOT AN OPTION


Yoga apparel company opens first retail store in the Boston area… “We believe in women. We believe today’s women not only represent external beauty, but also inner strength, creativity, intelligence and compassion. We believe in the men who love them. The men who understand the value of truth, integrity and humility. In the same way art

|2016-01-13T20:09:18+00:00January 13th, 2016|Apparel & Style, Interviews|Comments Off on ALTAR EGO, ACTIVEWEAR THAT TELLS “YOUR STORY”

Making Pictures in the Service of Others

Amidst the rich imagery on display at the Griffin Museum of Photography's Winter Solstice Exhibit is a rather quiet photograph.  One which so elegantly captures motion of some sort.  Fluid motion.  Throughout the exhibit's recent opening reception the framed image hung surrounded by admirers and was quickly claimed for purchase.  At once it had me and a sea of others swept away.

|2015-12-19T22:09:52+00:00December 19th, 2015|Interviews, Quotes & Inspiration|Comments Off on Making Pictures in the Service of Others

Back Stage With Elizabeth Harris, MD

Dr. Harris is a (north of Boston based) neurologist turned artist who works primarily with molten wax fus-ing painting and drawing to create layered surfaces with lyrical scrawls and repetitive mark making.  her creations are rich with associations to language, science, and spirituality and can be viewed locally at the Clark Gallery in Lincoln and

|2015-10-15T22:02:26+00:00October 15th, 2015|Arts & Culture, Interviews|Comments Off on Back Stage With Elizabeth Harris, MD

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