Brie Cadman

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Brie Cadman

I am the editor of three channels here at DivineCaroline:&nbsp;Body and Soul, Home and Food, and Neighborhood and World. While these might seem like disparate topic areas, I believe that sustainability, health, and food are all inextricalby linked. I have a degree in biochemistry and a master's in public health; sometimes I actually put them to use. Besides being a semi-productive member of society, I am also proud of the fact I have completed a half-ironman, trekked the Annapurnas, bottled wine, and seen Jerry Garcia in concert more times than any developing mind should be allowed. I am known for making deliciously strong cocktails and being irreverant. Shameless promotional plug: my family owns Tulocay Winery, which makes damn fine Pinots, Zins, and Cabs. If you are visiting Napa Valley, our winery is not to be missed. Follow me at <a href="http://twitter.com/bcheesey">twitter.com/bcheesey</a>.<br />

Stories by Brie Cadman

During the downturn in the economy, there’s still one industry with a steady supply of paying customers and business doesn’t look to end...
On New Year’s Eve, some head to a cave to reflect and renew, while others head straight to the bars, maybe pausing to reflect somewhere between...
Young men drive Camaros, soccer moms drive minivans, and rich snobs drive Bentleys. We usually associate a certain type of car with a certain type of...
For some, New Year’s Eve is the worst night of the year to go out and celebrate; for others, it’s the best. Either way, it is the one...
It’s silent, odorless, colorless, and deadly. Just this past month, carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning resulted in the death of three young women...
While “what to buy for whom” is usually the hallmark of our Christmas quests, the holidays are also a good time to think about more than...
No one likes being jolted awake from a deep sleep, especially when what riled you up was an assailant, a snake in the bed, or being engulfed by...
Faced with rising health care costs and a recession, many people are looking for ways to cut back on their monthly medical bills. One way we can do...
For a nation whose economy rests on consumption, retail therapy—the notion that shopping lifts spirits—offers the ultimate double ticket...
For all the dinner table differences across America, a glass of milk—and the requirement that it must be finished before leaving the table...
It’s probably a strange thing to admit, but when I saw Barack Obama accepting his nomination as president-elect on November 4th, one of the...
November is a good month to reconsider the cigarette. Not only is it National Lung Cancer and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Awareness month,...
It’s a dieter’s dream: the lofty yet difficult goal of losing a dress size seems to happen overnight. A size twelve is now too big, but...
New takes on familiar holiday rituals can make this year’s entertaining, decorating, and festivities easy and fun. These quick tips will save...
Whether you love the holidays or loathe ’em, chances are they will make life more hectic, social, and cash-strapped than it already is. But a...

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