LUXE by Lisa Vogel receives the distinguished title of “Mercedes-Benz Presents” designer and is showcasing the brand known for smart, stylish, sexy bikinis and coordinating resort wear for modern women at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim located at The Raleigh in Miami Beach on Sunday, July 17, 2011.
Fourth of July is just around the corner. I am sure everyone is finalizing their plans and getting ready to pack the car. Some people stay in Charlotte to celebrate Independence Day, while others hit the road. You can visit the Mountains, Beach or go to a sporting event. Whatever you have planned, it is a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family, relax and enjoy the long weekend.
Every day we wake up, brush our teeth, comb our hair and get dressed. Then we precede to our daily commute to work or to do our daily responsibilities. You say to yourself, “The day is going great, this is going to be a great day.” Unexpectedly, you get a flat tire then someone stops …
Summer is the time to get outside and to take advantage of the what Mother Earth has to offer. That said, Charlotte is one of the best places to find farmers markets offering produce as well as homemade goods from local farmers and merchants. You will find everything you need such as fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, meats, baked goods and handmade crafts.
Amanda Wagner is an American fashion designer known for her classical and dramatic aesthetic and use of natural materials that move with the body. She aims to create the most flattering apparel to perfectly contour each line of the natural form. While residing in Los Angeles, California Amanda worked for Christian Dior in Beverly Hills. …
As we all know, Summer is a calling to hit the open road. Consumers are facing difficult decisions these days and we have to keep the fuel budget in check while celebrating the favorite pastime of summer road trips. Many may be contemplating whether or not to sideline their vacation plans due to the cost of filling-up at the pump.
The Cottonelle team returned to the site of Juan Pablo Montoya’s very first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win over the weekend. The team worked on the set-up of the race car throughout the weekend and found the right balance come race time. Montoya was a top 10 contender throughout the race until an on-track altercation with seven laps remaining took him out of contention for a top spot. Jamie McMurray started the Toyota/ Save Mart 350 from the outside front row on the 1.99-mile road course in Sonoma, and worked hard all day to overcome on track issues and post a 15th-place finish in the McDonald’s Chevrolet at Infineon Raceway.