Los Cabos is back and better than ever, after the Baja California Peninsula suffered $1.22 billion in damages from Hurricane Odile in 2014. Significant repairs achieved at warp speed have beautifully restored Cabo San Lucas and San Jose de Cabo, collectively known as Los Cabos, one of the most desirable, picturesque holiday destinations in Mexico. Often referred to as “the end of the earth,” this beautiful area boasts a lush green landscape stretching between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California and framed by stunning sandy beaches and dramatic coastlines.
As whiskies rise in popularity as an investment, aficionados are facing an increasingly hard choice: Should they savor the contents—or maintain the bottle unopened? Some solve this quandary by purchasing two bottles, one to open and one to retain as an investment.
The first time I saw Joe Ely perform was in the 70s at a small club in Minneapolis.
The Cabooze was quite a joint. Over the years it’s featured a variety of touring acts such as Johnny Winter, Hot Tuna, John Lee Hooker, Gregg Allman, Papa John Creech, the Replacements and more.
A visit to Dubai is like no other in the world. Although part of a desert kingdom located in the United Arab Emirates, activities are diverse and surprising: you can ski down snowy mountains, swim with sharks in a shopping mall, choose stunning gold jewelry in a historic souk as well as relax on beaches and enjoy a variety of sports.
After thirty some-odd years in mass communication, John B. Wells is fed up with mainstream media. “Six companies control it all and CIA ‘owns’ every high-profile media personality. This is according to former CIA Director Colby. If you don’t believe me, you can look it up.”