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Back from the Pacific Punch

Back from the Pacific Punch

We are back in the DC saddle, just ramping up for the storm (not Issac) which is inevitable according to the email inbox.  Actually, it’s been a nice “quiet” two weeks and LA was quite enjoyable, if not hot.  Here are a few photos from the trip.  Thanks to everyone who came out to the […]

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Announcing the 1st Annual D.C. Trucky Awards : There’s More to a Food Truck than the Food

Years ago my friend now managing editor of Pacific Punch and globe trotting travel writer, Lindsay Taub emailed me about covering a cool event in downtown LA, the first Art Weekend.  She wrote of the “food truck” scene and their huge following…I was like what the heck do you mean by that?  Food trucks?  It […]

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Per the Pacific Punch : First Chris4Life LA Dream Date Auction and Benefit Event

Per the Pacific Punch : First Chris4Life LA Dream Date Auction and Benefit Event

READ ALL ABOUT IT HERE: http://pacific-punch.com/first-chris4life-la-dream-date-auction-and-benefit-event/ Special thanks goes out to business partner and Pacific Punch Editor in Chief Lindsay Taub and the rest of the Pacific Punch team including Amy Senger, Steve Mandzik, Liesl Jackson, Kristin Martell, Tiiu Leek Jacobson, and Parker Bartlett and the entire Host Committee of the LA Dream Date Auction […]

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Quebec Makes a Mark in Hollywood

Quebec Makes a Mark in Hollywood

This fall, 65 artists and designers from the Canadian province of Quebec came to Los Angeles to present a unique program that would highlight their strength, innovation, and creativity. Events throughout the month included a film festival at the Egyptian Theatre, live music, a stand-up comedy evening, a fashion show at the Hollywood & Highland […]

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Katsuya Bathroom Mirrors: Halloween Trick?

Katsuya Bathroom Mirrors: Halloween Trick?

Last night, I thought I was losing my mind. Literally, I thought, “it’s official. I have gone crazy!” I have an active imagination, but this was something else. It was my “baby” brother’s birthday. His choice for dinner was Katsuya in Brentwood. I was already exhausted from a full day of work and stress and […]

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Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show to Serve Up Celebrity Chefs

Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show to Serve Up Celebrity Chefs

If you’ve been reading the Punch for awhile, then you are quite familiar with my non-talents in the kitchen, even though I have some sick fascination with watching the Food Network and am a bit obsessed with chefs of local, national and international regard and fame.  Perhaps it’s what we don’t have that makes our […]

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The Lore and Lure of Wales : Day 1

The Lore and Lure of Wales : Day 1

Wales? What? Why? I first found out that I could be going to Wales in August while residing in my temporary home in the Pacific Punch.  Lindsay, who writes as often as she can for JohnnyJet about her numerous global treks, received an invite for a Great Wales Challenge : Blogger’s Press Trip being put […]

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The Rape Foundation’s Annual Brunch Hosted by “Mad Men” Cast in Beverly Hills

The Rape Foundation’s Annual Brunch Hosted by “Mad Men” Cast in Beverly Hills

By Pacific Punch Correspondent Liesl Jackson On September the 25th I attended The Rape Foundation Annual Brunch in Beverly Hills. The event took place at billionaire Ronald Burkle’s mansion. As I valeted my 2000 Saturn Sedan behind a Mercedes and a BMW, and stepped up to the gates in my $30 dress I bought at […]

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Days 25 – 31 in the Pacific Punch

Days 25 – 31 in the Pacific Punch

I hate having unfinished projects staring me in the face (don’t judge this on my apartment, I like to think of that as a “work in progress with multiple simultaneous projects happening” aka a nightmare).  Don’t get me wrong, there are more loose threads in my life than a sweater attacked by a kitten, but […]

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Here, There and Everywhere, but HERE in D.C. This Week

Here, There and Everywhere, but HERE in D.C. This Week

I’m not gonna lie.  Traveling non-stop (I come home to do laundry, dust and look at a two-foot stack of mail), building and managing teams and businesses on two coasts, writing something you’d want to read, editing, publishing, attending events, finding advertisers, doing media spots, working with partners, holding leadership positions on multiple boards, planning […]

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Raisa Ruder Gives a Facial Good Enough to Eat

Raisa Ruder Gives a Facial Good Enough to Eat

By Lindsay Taub of the Pacific Punch I’ve had plenty of facials in my day. In LA, it’s not uncommon to get referrals to estheticians who work out of their home or rent a room in a salon. In fact, those are the most coveted appointments, as these are the ones who don’t need a […]

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Days #21, #22, #23 & #24 in the Pacific Punch

Days #21, #22, #23 & #24 in the Pacific Punch

In my haste, one place I forgot to mention where I’d eaten during my restaurant tour de force is Casa Vega.  How I first became familiar with this dark Mexican (literally dark-so dark it takes about 10 minutes until your eyes adjust from the sunny outdoors to the pitch black inside) “old-school” restaurant right on […]

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