Cupid’s Hot Dogs provides Lee Road the SoCal vibe it didn’t know it needed | Restaurant Reviews | Orlando

Like the venerable Bill’s Burgers in Van Nuys, California, Cupid’s Hot Dogs is very much a San Fernando Valley institution. It has been ever since Richard and Bernice Walsh opened their first wiener stand in North Hollywood back in 1946. And while Bill’s offers up plenty of, as they say in the Valley, surly tude … Read more

Misty sun, incense and druids for the summer solstice at Stonehenge

SLIDESHOW – Crowds flock to this Megelithic monument ten miles north of Salisbury each year to watch the sun rise behind the site’s famous Heel Stone. The sun is long overdue, but when it appears, faces light up: clamor and arms rise among the thousand-year-old stones of the English prehistoric site of Stonehenge for the … Read more

Office Cats Laid Off as Companies Close

Zhaocai is out of a job. Two months away from the office and locked down at an unfamiliar apartment, he’s withdrawn into himself, becoming more suspicious of strangers. He spends much of the day sleeping, or keeping to himself quietly. At night, he gets into bed and mewls for attention. Zhaocai is part of a … Read more

A Dreamy French Farm Stay and Restaurant From Acclaimed Chefs

In the late aughts and early teens, Paris’s food scene took on a fresh, youthful quality. As part of the bistronomy (bistro-meets-gastronomy) movement, ambitious young chefs opened laid-back bistros like Frenchie and Aux Deux Amis, offering quality food and an approachable vibe. Two such chefs were fellow Australians James Henry and Shaun Kelly. “It was … Read more