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Come Sail Away

Come Sail Away

April 1, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

. If the standard sailing club is all about getting out on the water, there’s a club in Queens that is not so typical.  At The American Small Craft Association (TASCA) Boating Club in Queens, there’s an underlying emphasis on altruism. As learning to sail in an urban area can be a difficult task, TASCA […]

Brophy Bros

Brophy Bros

April 1, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

  Brophy Bros. is directly on the Ventura Harbor and seems to be bustling at all times—especially during weekends and happy hour during the week. Casual, local favorite for many years, thanks to offering the best view in the harbor, Brophy Bros. is a great spot to grab a drink, have a snack or enjoy […]

Redondo Beach Crab House

Redondo Beach Crab House

March 8, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

  Located a brisk walk from the day slips of the Redondo Beach Marina and King Harbor, Redondo Beach Crab House is one of the best restaurants on the Redondo Beach Pier. Surrounded by a landmark restaurant, eateries that come and go, and snack shacks serving soft serve ice cream and fried sweets, Redondo Beach […]

Attractive Hands within Reach

Attractive Hands within Reach

March 7, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

.         Hands are one of the places on the body that show aging and wear and tear because they tend to be uncovered. If yours are rough and sun-speckled from time outdoors, use the offseason to recuperate and rejuvenate. Dr. Dana Stern, a New York-based dermatologist specializing in hands and nails, […]

Getting Through Winter: Do You Have Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Getting Through Winter: Do You Have Seasonal Affective Disorder?

February 1, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

. Some welcome chilly weather for the comforts it brings, such as hot cocoa and roaring fires. But those that experience Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly known as SAD, grow depressed and uncomfortable with short days and cold weather. While boaters and others experience the winter blues, SAD has more severe symptoms that mimic clinical depression, […]

Skipper’s Pier Restaurant Crab House and Dock Bar

Skipper’s Pier Restaurant Crab House and Dock Bar

October 5, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Skipper’s relaxed and bustling atmosphere, extensive menu, and friendly service make it a perfect spot to stop along Maryland’s coast. After ordering our drinks — there are many beers and specialty cocktail options available and soft drinks too — we enjoyed them with an ocean breeze from the open door as we perused the menu. […]

Care for Sun-Damaged Hair

Care for Sun-Damaged Hair

October 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Is your hair a tangled mass of dry ends thanks to a summer spent in the sun? All it needs is the right attention to restore it. Tresses harmed by the sun resemble hair done in by flat irons or over-processing. It’s dull, dry, and unmanageable, and usually lighter in color. It’s easy to look […]

Improving Sun-Damaged Skin

Improving Sun-Damaged Skin

September 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

When it comes to sun damage, the first line of defense is prevention. However, slipups happen and harm is done, so new treatments are available to restore skin’s healthy looking appearance. Although many people think that a red and peeling sunburn is the only indication their skin has been harmed by the sun, there are […]