Posts in Host Spotlight
Host Profile: Roe Sie of The King's Roost

A farm smack-dab in the middle of Los Angeles? Seems unlikely. But for Roe Sie, bread making master of The King's Roost, it's a dream-turned-reality. His path from raising chickens developing a fully-fledged urban farm was not without hiccups, but resulted in a business that encourages city folk to get in touch with their roots. 

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Host Spotlight: Jeweler Ayaka Nishi of New York

Get to know NYC jeweler Ayaka Nishi, Japanese jeweler who now runs her studio in New York. Though she struggled initially to spread awareness about her brand, hers is an inspiring success story -- read on to find out more about her journey as a craftswoman and how her designs came to be featured in the latest Marvel movie, Avengers; Infinity War! 

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Host Spotlight: Chefs Frances and Sasha of Berkeley

This week, I sat down with Frances and Sasha, the lovely hosts of The Field Kitchen Cooking School in Berkeley, CA. We covered topics ranging from Prince to pigs’ heads in our discussion about their passion, their pasts, and their journeys as chefs. Read on to hear more about the highs and lows of the culinary industry, and how they made it here in the Bay.

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Create Beautiful Works of Art and Sip on a Glass of Wine with Melissa of Phoenix

Vino and Canvas offers a variety of party options but our most popular event is our two-hour acrylic painting class. Each month we offer a number of different classes to choose from so check out our Event Calendar and see where we will be next.  When booking a private painting party, there are a number of other great options in addition to our standard paint class to choose from including wine glass painting, Pop Art Your Pet classes, and charcoal sketching a live male model in an event we like to call Ooh La La Art Party.

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