View From the Top

Photography by Warwick Saint

View From the Top

by Michael B. Dougherty | DC magazine | August 24, 2011

View From the Top

Photography by Warwick Saint

View From the Top

by Michael B. Dougherty | CS magazine | August 24, 2011

View From the Top

Photography by Warwick Saint

View From the Top

by Michael B. Dougherty | Angeleno magazine | August 24, 2011

“She’s a little sarcastic, kinda sassy, but she’s good at her job.” Christina Ricci is talking about Maggie, the rebellious flight attendant she plays in ABC’s new series out this month, Pan Am, a period drama centered on the globe-trotting lives of flight attendants—or “stewardesses,” as they were known—in the 1960s. But the description of her character is also befitting of Ricci herself.

A Cut Above

Modern Luxury gives you a behind-the-scenes look at this feature shoot for the July/August issue of Men’s Book. Video by Tyler Furlan Films.

A Cut Above

Modern Luxury gives you a behind-the-scenes look at this feature shoot for the July/August issue of Men’s Book. Video by Tyler Furlan Films.

Lotus Position

Lotus Position

by Nate Chapnick | Jezebel magazine | August 2, 2011

If you’re in the market for sports car exclusivity without the exotic car price tag or associated maintenance, Lotus has exactly what you want. Meet the new $76,000 Evora S, a fun little 2+2 that’s an instant hit with passersby and could actually be your daily driver (unlike other Lotus models the Exige and Elise).

Ooh, La Paz!

Adventurous travelers enjoy kayaking on the Sea of Cortez.

Ooh, La Paz!

by Wendy Bowman-Littler | Jezebel magazine | August 2, 2011

Located amid desert terrain and lush seascape on the shimmering Sea of Cortez in Baja California Sur, topographically stunning La Paz may be best known for world-class angling. But, increasingly, the “City of Peace and Abundance” (also dubbed “the world’s aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau because of its diverse ecosystems) is netting savvy travelers and real estate investors lured by the friendly, laid-back culture, recreation and properties galore.

Going Stag

Photos by James Camp

Going Stag

by Jonathan Baker | Jezebel magazine | August 2, 2011

One Eared Stag had impossibly big shoes to fill. When Shaun Doty closed his namesake (Shaun’s) in December to concentrate on his budding Yeah! Burger empire, Atlanta lost a restaurant that was, to many, irreplaceable. But Robert Phalen, the creative whiz behind one of Atlanta’s most progressive kitchens (East Atlanta’s Holy Taco) had patiently been looking for the right space to open another restaurant. It’s a perfect match.

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