ONE18 EMPIRE has earned a reputation for its delicious shared plates, handcrafted cocktails and extensive whiskey collection. In March, the popular downtown restaurant adds signature housemade charcuterie boards to its regular menu. Charcuterie boards have existed since ONE18 EMPIRE opened a year ago-but only as a delicious extra for guests who booked private group receptions and whiskey tastings.
This award entry written for the Marriott Calgary Downtown won the hotel the prestigious 2016 Calgary White Hat hospitality award.
When it's time to buy a home, we all have our wish lists. In the '60s, that might have included shag carpet, and in the '70s, it might have been an avocado-green stove. But styles change, and those dream-house wish lists change as well.
When it comes to sales taxes, nothing is ever as simple as you think it should be. And that goes for trying to get the information you need online from state websites.
While income tax may first come to mind when you think of an audit, business owners are much more likely to be subject to a sales tax audit.
Location, location, location. This is a mantra in the real estate industry, but it's also important to small businesses when it comes to sales taxes.
Building your own business takes big dreams—but the complexity of dealing with sales tax can be a nightmare.
Between the Seahawks’ miracle comeback in the NFC championship game and the Patriots’ trouncing of the Colts for the AFC title, this year’s big game is shaping up to be epic.
Pusser's Rum may have won its trademark battle, but it seems to be losing the war when it comes to public opinion - especially among bartenders. According to The Lo-Down, the British Virgin Islands-based rum brand recently sued New York's up-and-coming Painkiller Tiki Bar, saying that the name violated the company's trademarks on the Painkiller cocktail, including a Painkiller cocktail mix in the works.
When I told people that I was moving from Salt Lake City to Prague, Czech Republic, there were stunned silences and more than one question on where, exactly, that was. There were a few who asked, "In Czechoslovakia?" (For the record, Czechoslovakia split into two countries, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, in 1993).
I contributed to the 2002 and 2004 editions of the Time Out guidebook for Prague, writing about shops and services in the city.
I wrote travel content about the Berlin food and wine scene for Women's Wear Daily's Scoop magazine.