The cooler weather has finally arrived, and with Wicked Wilton: 2012, we can actually mark the “environmental”—if not the actual—start of autumn. There’s lots to do between now and Thanksgiving, and we give you a “taste” of it inside, OUT in Florida.
As the weather gets colder, a guy needs all the help he can get to stay warm. There’s a reason the autumn breezes are known as “snuggle weather,” and Manley Guy, from our sister publication GUY Magazine, has can’t-miss tips on the ancient and rewarding art of kissing, in a special Guide on the subject to which you’ll want to set eyes (and maybe smackers).
South Florida is known for its abundance of seafood and seafood restaurants. House foodie Richard David Chamberlain spent some time recently at Ocean 101, within striking distance of the waves in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, and he shares all the delicious details, inside Dining.
This week, all eyes (but especially four of them, those belonging to Mitt Romney, who wants to live there, and Barack Obama, who wants to pick up another four-year option on his lease) will be cast upon our nation’s capital. Globetrotter Robert Elias Deaton knows the ins and outs of the District (including some secret spots frequented by the nation’s closeted elites), and he takes us to DC By Night, in a brand new Travel column.
In addition, Chef Jean Doherty shares a delicious Recipe, Andy “The Core” Kress, offers up some sound Nutrition advice, and there’s much more.
Remember: November. CD