Yorkville

18 Dec 18
Naperville Magazine

When others are having “visions of sugarplums” dance in their heads at this time of year, Barbara Johnson’s more likely seeing tyttebærkake and kringlasmåkaker.

As a third-generation Norwegian living in Yorkville, Johnson is able to celebrate her native culture by being part of Polar Star Lodge…

18 Dec 18
Mary Jane King

Our customized and personal approach to healing and achieving optimal health and wellness for our patients is the reason our clinic was chosen as one of the top naturopathic clinics in Toronto. https://t.co/eK3ORxYnxI #naturopath #Toronto #wellnesscenter #Yorkville — Dr.Amauri Caversan (@DrAmauriCare) November 19, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/mj_theking12 December 18, 2018 at 12:08PM

18 Dec 18
Mary Jane King

Get hook up and recharge with IV vitamin therapy at The IV Lounge drip center located at the heart of Yorkville, Toronto. https://t.co/cNz9MgWyIc Call (647) 549-3484 to book an appointment. #ivtherapy #Toronto #ivdriplounge — The IV Lounge (@ivloungetoronto) December 17, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/mj_theking12 December 18, 2018 at 11:48AM

18 Dec 18
Robert Miller

Did you know that Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre is a Naturopathic clinic and an IV therapy treatment facility as well? Call (416) 922-4114 for info. https://t.co/IAK6i9CsEb #ivtherapy #naturopath #Toronto #ivdriplounge #Yorkville #wellness — Dr.Amauri Caversan (@DrAmauriCare) November 25, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/robertlmerrill December 18, 2018 at 10:37AM

17 Dec 18
The IV Lounge Blog

Get hook up and recharge with IV vitamin therapy at The IV Lounge drip center located at the heart of Yorkville, Toronto. https://t.co/cNz9MgWyIc Call (647) 549-3484 to book an appointment. #ivtherapy #Toronto #ivdriplounge — The IV Lounge (@ivloungetoronto) December 17, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/ivloungetoronto December 18, 2018 at 07:49AM The IV Lounge 1200 Bay […]

17 Dec 18
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Cioppino feasts, a crab cake cook-off, wine tastings and outdoor fun are on the docket when Mendocino’s fresh take on its annual crab, wine and beer festival rolls out as Crab Feast Mendocino. The Dungeness deliciousness runs from Jan. 18 to 27 at more than two dozen restaurants, 25 wineries and various other venues. Among the events: Winery crab and wine pairings that showcase sauvignon blanc and dry Alsatian wines at Meyer Family Cellars, Yorkville Cellars, Handley Cellars, Husch Vineyards and more. Prices and dates vary. A Crab Brunch ($85) with fresh seafood, farm produce and wine pairings on Jan. 20 at Pennyroyal Farm. A Crab & Cremant ride ($56-$66) aboard the Skunk Train from both the Fort Bragg and Willits stations on Jan. 20 and 27 includes crab chowder and Scharffenberger Cremant sparkling wine (and Navarro Vineyards grape juice for the under-21 set). The annual Cioppino Dinner ($15-$40) Jan. 25 at the Historic Pentecost Hall in Fort Bragg. And the 20th annual Crab Cake Cook-off and wine competition ($90) will be Jan. 26 in the big white tent at the corner of Main and Spruce Streets in Fort Bragg Plus a crab cruise from Noyo Harbor, lighthouse tours, horseback rides and a Land Rover trek to see  Rothschild giraffes at B. Bryan Preserve. Find details and schedules at https://ilovecrab.visitmendocino.com. For more travel coverage from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyondfollow us on Flipboard.
17 Dec 18
The Mercury News
Cioppino feasts, a crab cake cook-off, wine tastings and outdoor fun are on the docket when Mendocino’s fresh take on its annual crab, wine and beer festival rolls out as Crab Feast Mendocino. The Dungeness deliciousness runs from Jan. 18 to 27 at more than two dozen restaurants, 25 wineries and various other venues. Among the events: Winery crab and wine pairings that showcase sauvignon blanc and dry Alsatian wines at Meyer Family Cellars, Yorkville Cellars, Handley Cellars, Husch Vineyards and more. Prices and dates vary. A Crab Brunch ($85) with fresh seafood, farm produce and wine pairings on Jan. 20 at Pennyroyal Farm. A Crab & Cremant ride ($56-$66) aboard the Skunk Train from both the Fort Bragg and Willits stations on Jan. 20 and 27 includes crab chowder and Scharffenberger Cremant sparkling wine (and Navarro Vineyards grape juice for the under-21 set). The annual Cioppino Dinner ($15-$40) Jan. 25 at the Historic Pentecost Hall in Fort Bragg. And the 20th annual Crab Cake Cook-off and wine competition ($90) will be Jan. 26 in the big white tent at the corner of Main and Spruce Streets in Fort Bragg Plus a crab cruise from Noyo Harbor, lighthouse tours, horseback rides and a Land Rover trek to see  Rothschild giraffes at B. Bryan Preserve. Find details and schedules at https://ilovecrab.visitmendocino.com. For more travel coverage from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond follow us on Flipboard.
17 Dec 18
"I KNOW TORONTO!"

DECEMBER 12, 2018 | Toronto may be known for its condos, but not all condos are created equally. There are a select group of condos in the city whose design features, specialty services and amenities ooze luxury. Here is a list of some of the best Toronto luxury condos. Nobu Residences Toronto If the definition of […]

16 Dec 18
The Ukiah Daily Journal
To the Editor: There is a great need for a full-service ATM in the Anderson Valley. The Anderson Valley extends from the mouth of the Navarro river and the valley towns of Navarro, Philo, Boonville, as well as Yorkville to the south. The area is heavily travelled by tourists visiting the wine country, and travelling through to the coast. Currently, there are no banking services or full-service ATMs in the entire Anderson Valley. There are two credit unions in Mendocino County. The Redwood Credit Union (RCU) states they have an “extensive branch & ATM network” and are committed to “Passionately serve the best interests of our Members, employees, and communities.” Their network does not include the Anderson Valley. Community First (C1, and formerly known as the Mendo Lake Credit Union) is the second credit union. They are designated as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and a Juntos Avanzamos credit union – “which means we go above and beyond to serve our LOCAL communities.” Even C1’s shared branch ATMS that boast “more direct, surcharge-free access to your money than most traditional bank customers do” does not offer services to the Anderson Valley. The lack of an ATM requires residents of the Anderson Valley to travel long on SR 253 to Ukiah or Hwy 128 to Cloverdale (RCU) to reach an ATM or to perform banking during business hours. As a result, this makes it difficult for -Businesses to make cash and check deposits after work hours -Residents to schedule time and travel to make paycheck deposits -Residents who are off-grid and without internet access, and/or without supported platforms to use apps to make financial transactions. Moreover, there are frequent periods of inclement weather and traffic hazards on SR 253 and Hwy 128 as well as long lines and wait times to perform banking transactions in Ukiah. Maps of Anderson Valley with existing RCU and C1, respectively banking and ATM locations. Numerous requests over the years for banking services have been rejected because of the cost of installing and maintaining a full-service ATM. We have been told by both RCU and Community First (Mendo Lake Credit Union) representatives that the cost to install a full-service ATM is approximately $100,000. We also understand there is a cost to maintain and service ATMs. However, we urge you to revisit these past decisions based on the actual economics of Anderson Valley. Would it not be possible to make the installation of such an ATM economically viable if you included the fees for tourist and visitor withdrawals and from interchange fees? Some of the possible sources of revenue would include: -Events: Including annual county-wide and tourist industry recognized yearly events (the annual Aromatic White Wine Festival, Spring Wildflower Show & Goat Festival,  Boonville Beer Festival,  Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival, Anderson Valley Open Studios, Sierra Nevada World Music Festival, Old Time Fourth of July Fair,  AV Volunteer Ambulance Benefit,  Yorkville Highlands Festival, Sheep Dog Trials: Mendocino Eliminations, Mendocino County Fair and Apple Show,  California Wool & Fiber Festival,  Sheep Dog Trials: Mendocino Finals,  AV Senior Center Benefit: Oktoberfest, Unity Club Holiday Bazaar. -Wineries: Over 90 wineries, 27 tasting rooms, hosting a minimum of five largescale events annually[1] -Lodging: 16 advertised accommodations as well as private bed and boards[2] -Restaurants: 21 Popular restaurants and eateries[3] -Shopping: Artisan shops and countless artisan food shed local products[4] It is also highly likely that whichever credit union fulfills their mission and serves the residents and the businesses of the Anderson Valley will be rewarded with new customers, opening the market for the sale of other financial products such as mortgages, car loans and credit cards. Many have already signed a petition and are committed to changing their credit union if they are given access to a full-service ATM in the Anderson Valley. We have identified a potential location for an ATM in a safe and secure location that also provides disability access, good lighting, and is centrally-located in Boonville near the Fair Grounds. With the above in mind, we urge you to reconsider your past decisions and serve our communities. Please consider our unique rural needs for a full-service ATM to Anderson Valley. Laura Diamondstone – a Boonville resident that has been trying to get a full service ATM for Anderson Valley for over two years. -Laura Diamondstone, Boonville
15 Dec 18
Toronto Sun

Around 50 runners make their way around Yorkville during the 11th annual Toronto Speedo Run on Saturday December 15, 2018. Clad in nothing but running shoes and Speedo bathing suits, entrants braved the cold to raise money for the Toys and Games Fund at Toronto Hospital for Sick Children. [snapgallery id=”559942″] dabel@postmedia.com

15 Dec 18
Vancouver Sun

Anyone who has spent anytime in Toronto didn’t need National Geographic to point out the fact that Canada’s largest city is one of the best in the world to visit. The venerable magazine recently listed the country’s most populous urban centre as a top-seven pick, citing the multicultural energy that permeates all aspects of city […]

14 Dec 18
Dentopsco27 Site

Blog; Press Releases Keep on top of the latest Yorkville University news through the school’s press releases: Yorkville University’s Master of Arts in Counselling By following links from the menu on the left, you will quickly discover the main advantage the OUPFB provides to you as a student from a participating Ontario Instead of destroying […]