It was a photo in a magazine of a chef in his whites that inspired Fabio Flagiello to pursue a culinary career. "I was nine years old and leafing through a magazine and saw a chef in his jacket and hat, so I told my mom that I wanted too cook, and I never changed my mind," says Flagiello, who will o ... More >>
Tullio Andrew Ragusin must have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.Tullio Andrew Ragusin has such big balls that they probably should have been charged as co-defendants in the criminal-impersonation and theft case that will bring him to court later today. "He has portrayed himself as not only b ... More >>
Day One Day Two January 11, 2008 By Audrey Sprenger San Francisco | There is an alleyway in San Francisco named for Jack Kerouac. It links Grant and Columbus Avenues, the main drags of Chinatown and North Beach. Identified by a proper city sign and locatable on city maps it is, except for the gr ... More >>
Day One Day Two January 11, 2008 By David Amram San Francisco | In the summer of 1948, at the same time that Jack Kerouac was wandering America, I hitchhiked across the country, from Washington D.C. to San Jose, California to visit my girlfriend. On my weekends off from my job as a carpenter's he ... More >>
Head to far-flung shores with this season's crop of travelogues.
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