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Why Disneyland is about to start selling purple food

The culinary forecast for Disneyland calls for purple rain with a strong chance of purple macarons, cake pops and churros as the Anaheim theme park makes a concerted push to turn #PotionPurple into a trending color on social media. The Instagram-ready line of new Potion Purple foods launches Friday, Jan. 11, at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure as Disney’s latest attempt to capitalize on the popularity of posting food photos online. From cobblers to pancakes to fish tacos, Disney will b...
Tags: Instagram, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Disneyland, Anaheim, Minnie Mouse, Minnie, Mickey, Chantilly, Whitmore, Pooh Corner, Disney California Adventure, Disney California, Critter Country, Fiddler Fifer Practical Cafe


Here’s the Disneyland Resort’s holiday food menu that starts Friday, Nov. 9

The Holiday Dinner Pizza can be found for a limited time at Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta in Paradise Gardens Park at Disney California Adventure park during Holidays at the Disneyland Resort. It’s just one of many specialty food items available throughout the resort during the 2018-2019 holiday season. Disneyland Resort is located in Anaheim, Calif. (Disneyland Resort) The peppermint crunch shake can be found for a limited time at Schmoozies in Hollywood Land at Disney California Adventure park ...
Tags: Restaurants, Disney, Sport, Turkey, Things To Do, Soccer, Chile, FLO, Luigi, New Mexico, Amusement Parks, Santa, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Pasadena, Sam


Recommended Reading: Half An Hour from Paris

“Half an Hour From Paris: 10 Secret Daytrips by Train” by Annabel Simms, author of the now-classic “An Hour from Paris”, written in the days when people had more time, is a great resource for locals who need a good excuse to escape Paris for the day, or for visitors looking to expand beyond the regular tourist haunts of the capital. As I write this on a particularly gray and chilly autumn day, I want to say that this would be a great book for the warmer days of spring, or to escape the suffo...
Tags: Travel, Adventures, Paris, Train Travel, Brittany, Guide Book, New Yorkers, Loire Valley, Paris Suburbs, Chantilly, Annabel, Recommended Reading, Outside Paris, Adventure Guide, Visit France, daytrips from Paris


Recommended Reading: A Half Hour from Paris

“Half an Hour From Paris: 10 Secret Daytrips by Train” by Annabel Simms, author of the now-classic, written in the days when people had more time, “An Hour from Paris” is a great resource for locals who need a good excuse to escape Paris for the day, or for visitors looking to expand beyond the regular tourist haunts of the capital. As I write this on a particularly gray and chilly autumn day, I want to say that this would be a great book for the warmer days of spring, or to escape the suffo...
Tags: Travel, Adventures, Paris, Train Travel, Brittany, Guide Book, New Yorkers, Loire Valley, Paris Suburbs, Chantilly, Annabel, Recommended Reading, Outside Paris, Adventure Guide, Visit France, daytrips from Paris


Handgun Qualification & Bump Stocks Maryland Shall Issue Legislative Update

Opinon Handgun Qualification & Bump Stocks Maryland Shall Issue Legislative Update Maryland – -(AmmoLand.com)- 1. Litigation Updates: The HQL Suit UpdateThat suit was filed to challenge the Handgun Qualification License requirement and State Police regulations that ban Maryland residents from purchasing a handgun unless they jump through all the training, fingerprinting and application hoops imposed by the so-called Firearms Safety Act of 2013. We challenged these requirements on multiple gro...
Tags: New York, Maryland, Guns, Supreme Court, Obama, California, Washington, Senate, Massachusetts, Dhs, United States, Hawaii, Washington Dc, New Jersey, Lawsuits, MSI


Parsi Gara: Using History For a New Story

How Ashdeen Lilaowala keeps traditional oriental embroidery craft distinct without adapting to the millennial culture Seated in the plush, spacious, newly launched store of textile designer and author Ashdeen Lilaowala, one can’t help but notice how this space like his oeuvre of work is an amalgamation of influences. Article by Chirag Mohanty Samal |The Voice of Fashion The Parsi gara revivalist has incorporated traditional Chinese and Indian elements into an otherwise chic and modern store, h...
Tags: Fashion, Life, China, Unesco, Paris, Jaipur, Louis Vuitton, Sonam Kapoor, Orient Express, Parsi, Chantilly, Ashdeen Lilaowala, Defence Colony New Delhi, Lakh, Lilaowala, Parsi Gara


No joke: horse gallops into a bar – video

A young horse escaped her racing stable in the town of Chantilly, north of Paris, and ran into the nearest cafe.CCTV captured the animal running from one end to the other of the bar before making a U-turn, bucking its legs in the air and bumping into the bar tables and chairs.Stephane Jasmin, the bar owner, said no one was hurt in the incident though he was stunned at what had happened Continue reading...
Tags: France, Animals, Wildlife, Paris, Cctv, Chantilly, Stephane Jasmin


Watch: Bucking race horse charges into a betting bar

People were enjoying drinks while watching horse races on a screen at a betting bar north of Paris when a real-life race horse charged into the bar. It galloped and bucked its way alongside the bar counter, where patrons ran for their lives. According to the Independent: The horse's trainer, Jean-Marie Beguigne, said the horse had dumped her rider at the Chantilly race course stables, less than a mile away, and made a run for it. Mr Beguigne said the horse had a tendency of trying to escap...
Tags: Video, News, Delightful Creatures, Paris, Chantilly, Jean Marie Beguigne, Beguigne


Nicola Philippaerts wraps up double success in Chantilly

It was a golden weekend for Nicola Philippaerts in Chantilly, who picked up his second win of the Longines Global Champions Tour season.
Tags: Cnn, Chantilly, Nicola Philippaerts


Visiting Paris for the first time: 8 rookie mistakes to avoid

Let’s face it, being a first-time visitor in Paris isn’t easy. Travelers have to deal with everything from jet lag and language barriers, to a new currency and figuring out the public transit system. Some of us save up our whole lives to visit the City of Light, so pricey mistakes aren’t something we want to keep as souvenirs. While a few faux-pas here or there won’t ruin your experience, there are a few common mistakes to look out for that will make your first days a little smoother. Avoid thes...
Tags: Travel, London, Paris, Eiffel Tower, Disneyland, Paris Hotels, Louvre, Dailycheapo, Planning For Paris, Metro, Paris Budget Tips, Paris Restaurants, Travelers, Marie Antoinette, Versailles, EuroCheapo


Further On

More photos from the Camino.   The lovely village of Estaing, very ancient with an interesting church. The only problem was a very busy main street with cars and trucks roaring through. This statue was on an ancient bridge built in the 16th century and part of the Unesco World Heritage Sites. He was an Estaing, the family from which one of France’s presidents came. This is Saint Flueret. This sculpture contains relics from, I’m guessing, the saint. It’s carried around in a procession once a y...
Tags: Travel, France, Bridge, Farm, Camino De Santiago, Maurice, Chantilly, Estaing, Architecutre, Saint Flueret


Chantilly, a Horse Racing Town (and Forest)

One of the most scenic training centers is found in Europe, where a majority of France’s top racehorses are conditioned in the Chantilly Forest.
Tags: Europe, News, France, Horse racing, Chantilly, Jockeys, Drivers and Trainers, Chantilly (France, Prix de Diane (Horse Race


Prix du Jockey Club: Study of Man claims French derby

Study of Man wins the French derby in Chantilly, with the best of Aidan O'Brien's four chances only finishing sixth.
Tags: Sport, Aidan O Brien, Chantilly


Rafferty best of the Irish in Chantilly

Caolan Rafferty Dundalk's Caolan Rafferty tied for 16th as France's Hubert Tisserand claimed a one-shot win in the French Amateur Open at Chantilly.The Maynooth University golfer followed rounds of 74, 69 and 72 with a final round 71 to finish on two-over-par 286.Tisserand shot a one-over-par 72 in the final round, finishing with a birdie to edge out compatriots François Lagralet ...
Tags: France, Sport, Golf, Castle, Galway, Rafferty, Chantilly, Amateur golf, Rowan Lester, Alex Gleeson, Maynooth University, Ronan Mullarney, Tiarnan McLarnon, Naas Jonathan Yates, Massereene, Caolan Rafferty


Yates starts well at Chantilly

Jonathan Yates (Naas) with International teammate Colm Campbell helping on the bag during his recovery from injury at the Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship at Royal County Down Golf. Picture by Pat Cashman Naas' Jonny Yates birdied two of his last five holes to lead the eight-strong Irish challenge in the battle for the Coupe Murat the French Amateur Open Strokeplay at Chanti...
Tags: France, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Denmark, Galway, John Murphy, Dundalk, Gleeson, Yates, Chantilly, Kinsale, Amateur golf, Rowan Lester, Alex Gleeson, Colm Campbell


Even We Can't Tell the Difference Between a £100,000 and £400,000 Wedding Dress

Ever since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their engagement last year there has been an endless conversation about which designer will make Meghan Markle's wedding dress. Everyone from Roland Mouret and Erdem to Victoria Beckham have been suggested, and this week the rumour mill pointed towards British couture house Ralph and Russo, who designed the £56,000 gown Meghan wore for the official engagement portraits. The wedding dress will come with a six-figure price tag—around £100,000, ac...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Celebrities, Greece, Spain, Victoria Beckham, Luxembourg, Diana, Harry, Charles, Kate, Audrey Hepburn, Alexander Mcqueen, Jackie, Westminster Abbey, Emanuel


L.table Johor Bahru – Cosy Western Restaurant By Popular Lavender Patisserie

Opened by successful bakery chain Lavender, L.table is a full-service western restaurant in Johor Bahru that is part of a multi-concept space (also comprising the bakery, bistro and a cafe) at their Taman Pelangi Flagship store. L.table’s team of chefs are trained to whip up hearty western-style dishes that are not overly pretentious yet presentable so it looks atheistically pleasing to the eyes. The restaurant prides itself on using only the best quality of ingredients that are all natural wit...
Tags: Travel, Restaurants, Anthropology, Johor Bahru, Chantilly, Best Cafes in Johor Bahru, Cafe Hopping in Johor Bahru, Johor Bahru Cafe Guide, Johor Bahru Food Guide, Johor Bahru Travel Guide, Index - L, Johor Bahru Things To Do, Where to eat in Johor Bahru, Day Trip To Johor Bahru, Johor Bahru Food, Where to eat desserts in Johor Bahru


Long-roof cat: The Jaguar XJS-based Lynx Eventer shooting brake

1984 Jaguar XJS Lynx Eventer. Photos courtesy Bonhams Auctions. Officially, Jaguar didn’t build a station wagon until 2005, when the Ian Callum-designed X-type estate (“Sportwagon” to U.S. buyers) first appeared in dealer showrooms. However, savvy shoppers — with sizable budgets — could have procured a long-roof Jaguar XJS shooting brake, marketed as the Lynx Eventer, as early as 1983. Over 16 production years, just 67 examples (and one prototype) were built, and on May 11, a 1984 Jaguar XJS V1...
Tags: Shows, Auctions, Ford, Autos, Jaguar, Monaco, Kent England, Ian Callum, Bonhams, Chantilly, David Barnes, Lynx, Hemmings Daily, Exhibitions And Events, Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car, Silverstone Auctions


GUI names six-man squad for French Amateur

Alex Gleeson (IRL) during the final round of the European Nations Cup at Real Club de Golf Sotogrande. Picture: Golffile | Fran Caffrey The Golfing Union of Ireland has selected a six-man squad to compete at the French International Amateur Open for the Murat Cup at Chantilly from 25-27 May.Castle’s Alex Gleeson, runner-up at the West of Ireland and tied second at the European Nat...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, GUI, Mallow, Portmarnock, Chantilly, Amateur golf, Rowan Lester, Alex Gleeson, West of Ireland, Golfing Union of Ireland, Texas Wesleyan, James Sugrue, Real Club de Golf Sotogrande Picture, Tiarnan McLarnon Massereene Dawson


First lady Melania Trump goes full-on French in Chanel for first Trump state dinner for France

Vive la France, says the first lady, resplendent in a Chantilly lace couture gown.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, France, Chanel, Usa Today, Trump, Melania Trump, Chantilly


Dior Chose a Very Historic French Location for Its Next Show

Dior is following in Gucci's footsteps and will head to France to present its Cruise 19 collection. Maria Grazia Chiuri and company have, per Fashionista, chosen to take over the historic Chantilly Stables—located in Chantilly, France—come May 25, 2018.Though the location is not Paris, it's nonetheless very French. As Fashionista notes from Dior's press release, the Grandes Écuries or Great Stables (which just so happen to be the largest in Europe) symbolize "French prestige and art de vivre...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, France, Paris, Gucci, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Chantilly, Chantilly France, Fashion News, Eva Thomas, Chantilly Stables


Lunch at La Table du Connétable at Hotel Auberge du Jeu de Paume

At the beginning of February, I was invited for lunch at  La Table du Connétable at Hotel Auberge de Jeu du Paume to try the menu by their newly hired executive chef Julien Lucas. I took the 33-minute train from Gare Saint Lazare and arrived at about 11:45 AM. I met my friend Nicole Wilms who’s the sales manager at the hotel and she greeted me warmly. We had a lot of catching up to do because I hadn’t seen Nicole in ages and she told me about the changes at the hotel since my last ...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Michelin, Stephen, Restaurant Reviews, Nicole, Julien, Chantilly, Richard Nahem, Montmartre St Germain, Gare Saint Lazare, Nicole Wilms, Restaurants/Food/Drink, Jaques, Picardie, La Table


Lunch at Le Connetable Restaurant at Hotel Auberge du Jeu de Paume

At the beginning of February, I was invited for lunch at Le Connetable Restaurant at Hotel Auberge de Jeu du Paume to try the menu by their newly hired executive chef Julien Lucas. I took the 33-minute train from Gare Saint Lazare and arrived at about 11:45 AM. I met my friend Nicole Wilms who’s the sales manager at the hotel and she greeted me warmly. We had a lot of catching up to do because I hadn’t seen Nicole in ages and she told me about the changes at the hotel since my last visi...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Michelin, Stephen, Restaurant Reviews, Nicole, Julien, Chantilly, Richard Nahem, Montmartre St Germain, Gare Saint Lazare, Nicole Wilms, Restaurants/Food/Drink, Jaques, Picardie, Orry la Ville


Jenny Yoo's Dreamy New Bridal Collection for 2018

Look out, ladies! Because the Jenny Yoo Bridal Collection is here and it's dreamy. From her latest collection of bridesmaid dresses and now to this utterly romantic wedding dress collection — we can't think of a dress designer we're fan-girling more over at the moment.Jenny introduces rediscovered glamour, new shapes, original prints, sequins, and luxe fabrications throughout her collections for 2018. She has taken hints of her inspiration from Hollywood, using classic silhouettes that are rei...
Tags: Fashion, Hollywood, Pinterest, Wedding, Kennedy, Sponsored Post, Jenny, Facebook Twitter Instagram, Chantilly, Bridal Fashion, Jenny Yoo, Stephanie Williams, Bridesmaid Style, Alyssa Lorraine, Jenny Yoo Bridal Collection


Navy & Blush Meet Copper in this Romantic Fête

Styled at Clayton on the Park in Scottsdale, Arizona - today's feature showcases images from photographer Malone Sinclaire, design and styling by Shine Events AZ and lovely floral creations from Sarah's Garden. Hold onto your hearts — because this, m'dears is truly the stuff that wedding dreams are made of.From designer, "I set out to create a design that was romantic and organic in feel but would also fit in a modern space. I also wanted to implement a color palette that I felt had more depth a...
Tags: Navy, Summer, Park, Wedding, Arizona, Spring, Sarah, White, Blush, Malone, Clayton, Scottsdale Arizona, Navy Blue, Chantilly, Badgley Mischka, Styled Shoot


The Tried and True Trend That Will Never Go Out Of Style

A brand new year means a brand new crop of amazing trends to fall head over heels for, and we're looking forward to every. last. one. But, if we're being honest, nothing will ever take the place of lace in our hearts, in all of its romantic meets beautiful glory. From Chantilly to Alencon, we can't wait to see the gorgeous lace gowns that you lovelies will rock in 2018. Here's 15 of our faves to get you inspired.Continue reading on Style Me Pretty
Tags: Dating, Sponsored Posts, The Blog, Chantilly, Alençon


These restaurants will be open for Christmas dinner at Southern California Casinos

Leave the cooking to the experts and head to a Southern California casino for Christmas feasts. From buffets to prixe fixe menus, there is something for just about everyone, even those who only want to dip things in a chocolate fountain. Agua Caliente Casino Spa Resort 32-250 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage. 760-321-2000, hotwatercasino.com. Grand Palms Buffet: Enjoy a huge spread that includes sea salt rubbed prime rib, herb roasted turkey and mango glazed smoked ham in addition to a variety o...
Tags: Florida, New York, Holidays, California, Casinos, Virginia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New Zealand, Mediterranean, Southern California, Don, CAF, San Jacinto, Gabriel Iglesias


Elegant, Southern, fall wedding inspiration on Mobile Bay in Alabama

Happy hump day, Cakies! There’s just something about a charming southern wedding, isn’t there? As if this gorgy floral installation Jubilee Flowers adorned the doors at Alabama’s Sacred Heart Chapel with wasn’t enough, the team also took advantage of the property’s romantic surroundings for an elegant early fall wedding theme. Thanks to Lacey McLaughlin for sending these photos our way! As you can imagine, the sweet Sacred Heart Chapel in Fairhope, Alabama, was the team’s primary inspiratio...
Tags: Alabama, Wedding, Aren, Lacey, Fairhope Alabama, Chantilly, Mobile Bay, Southern Wedding, Wedding Inspiration, Anna Sheffield, Fall Wedding, Sacred Heart Chapel, Lacey McLaughlin, My Lady Dye


Update On Civilian Marksmanship Program Getting New Rifles & Pistols

M1 Garand Rifles Virginia Citizens Defense League Virginia – -(Ammoland.com)- Virginia Citizens Defense League member Clayton Vieg, who often updates members at the Annandale VCDL membership meetings on Civilian Marksmanship Program ( CMP ) getting new guns, sent me this earlier this month:I also wanted to follow-up re: your post below regarding Al Steed's chance meeting with Mr. Orest Michaels re: the CMP program. I too got to meet Mr. Michaels at an event during the Garand Collectors Ass...
Tags: Guns, Obama, Senate, Alabama, House, Army, Ohio, Las Vegas, Trump, State, Cmp, Fairfax, U S Treasury, U S Army, Michaels, Democratic House


That Nude Mona Lisa Newly Attributed To Leonardo? Nothing New Here At All

In reality, this latest New Leonardo Discovery is a warm-up of an old, on-the-record, attribution. In 1988 Jacques Franck, the art historian/painter trained in Old Master techniques (and a current restoration adviser to the Louvre), had closely examined the Joconde nue in the Château of Chantilly along with Amélie Lefébure, former Head curator of the Musée Condé, […]
Tags: Art, Louvre, Visual, Leonardo, Chantilly, 10.04.17, Jacques Franck, Amélie Lefébure