Paris Gourmet Chocolate Museum
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Gourmet Chocolate Museum: Choco-Story Paris

In Paris, you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting a chocolatier, a patisserie or shop chock-full of lacy undies. It’s a city of indulgences. Would your dream trip to The City of Light include a visit to a chocolate museum? Three generations of our family toured and it exceeded our expectations. Travel for Seniors:…

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Art Buchwald: A Too Soon Goodbye

Art Buchwald died on January 17, 2007, and the number of condolences I received was surprising. In February 2006, I had spent two days in hospice with him back when he was expected to “die at any time” to present the lifetime achievement award on behalf of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. My column,…

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Enjoy It All Now

Spring is memory-making time – Mother’s Day, spring recitals, weddings, and graduations. Hosts say, “This is a special occasion,” and the good china comes out of deep storage. But why wait for the rare celebration? Repeat after me: “I’m special enough for every day.” And serve the meatloaf on your best Limoges tonight. “I’m special…

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Fat Tuesday and Ash Wednesday with Art Buchwald

The famous International Herald Tribune columnist and patron saint of political satire in his last, but not least, days at the hospice. Renowned columnist Art Buchwald has refused dialysis, and it’s only a matter of time, maybe a short time, before he dies. For a man awaiting The Reaper, he’s in unusually fine fettle. I…

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