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explore Great Dates Where to Go, What to See Happiness is... Food, wine, and music at the Euphoria festival ★ GREENVILLE, SC 108 AUGUST 2013 Grammy-winning “Bette Davis Eyes”). Founded in 2006 by singer/songwriter Edwin McCain and local restaurateur Carl Sobocinski, the festival promises an array of new events: ■ Swine and Dine — This whole-hog roast in NOMA Square will combine craft beer from Sierra Nevada, craft spirits from Six & Twenty Distillery, and tasty bites from Roost restaurant. ■ Wine Auction/Reserve Tasting — The first 100 guests will collect a crystal wine glass at this Soby’s event, where oenophiles will indulge in tastings from Schug Winery and Justin Vineyards & Winery, paired with pick-ups by Soby’s chef Shaun Garcia. ■ A Night in Paris — Passerelle Bistro will host a progressive dinner featuring bistro chef Teryi Youngblood and guest chef Jose Gutierrez of River Oaks Restaurant in Memphis. Add wines from Joseph Drouhin, and laissez les bon temps rouler! Check out the full event schedule at Where to Stay The Hyatt Regency Greenville is the official host hotel of the Euphoria Food, Wine, and Music Festival. Located downtown in the heart of all the action, the Hyatt blends Southern hospitality with cutting-edge cool. For more info, call 864.235.1234 or log on to PHOTOs cOurTesy Of euPHOria Euphoria means “a feeling of vigor, well-being, and high spirits.” And that’s exactly what you’ll feel at the annual Euphoria Food, Wine, and Music Festival in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. Mark your calendars for September 26–29, when this Southern hot spot will fill up with celebrity chefs, master sommeliers, and national recording artists. What do they have in common? They’ll all be serving up multicourse dinners, cooking demos, tasting events, and live performances. Expect names such as Robert Newton of Seersucker in Brooklyn; Jeff McInnis of Yardbird in Miami; and Mike Lata of Fig in Charleston, South Carolina. Performances will include country music’s Adam Craig Band, jazz trumpeter Mark Rapp, and none other than Kim Carnes (best known for her By WAYNETTE GOODSON

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - August 2013

US Airways - August 2013
Table of Contents
CEO Letter
From the Editor
Did You Know?
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Architectural Attractions
Wine & Dine: Italy's Gourmet Capital
Adventure: Diving for Dinner
Golf: The Wyndham Championship
Adventure: Drive Time at Bondurant
Great Escapes: Riu Resorts
Gear Up: Tools to Stay Cool
Travel Feature: Seattle's Outdoor Delights
US Airways: Staffing the Skies
Health Matters: Rapid Recovery
Special Section: Historically Black Colleges & Universities
Must Read: The Book of Immortality
Great Dates: Euphoria Festival
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Video Entertainment
Audio Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
Giving: Pulling Together
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - August 2013