Christina Xenos

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Christina Xenos is a journalist, author and professional chef based in Los Angeles, California. She has covered the luxury world as a travel correspondent for Forbes Travel Guide and as the digital editor for Where magazine/SoCalPulse.com in Southern California for over a decade. She continues to write for their media suite and also pens freelance food and travel pieces for a number of other publications.


Christina recently co-authored Opa! The Healthy Greek Cookbook: Modern Mediterranean Recipes for Living the Good Life (Rockridge Press, Nov. 2017), a collection of 90 creative Greek recipes. She loves using dishes featured in her book to bring a taste of her heritage to SoCal and beyond with her sought-after Greek-themed pop-up dining experiences, which have been featured in Food & Wine magazine and Where Los Angeles magazine.
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Ad/Promotional Copy, Article, Blog Post, Buyers Guide, Ebook, Guide, Infographic Copy, Press Release, Social Copy, Website Copy
More Information
Ohio University, Bachelor of Science, Journalism
New School of Cooking, Professional Cooking Certificate
New School of Cooking, Professional Baking Certificate
Los Angeles|English
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Published Content

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thestacker.com
Article
Best cities for renting a home in America

While buying a house is a key component to living the American Dream, homeownership isn’t part of everyone’s plan. In fact, most Americans live in an area where it costs less to rent than to buy, according to a report by ATTOM Data Solutions. Renters are flocking to urban centers where housing might be more expensive to buy, but the opportunity for higher wages is a draw.

September, 23 2018
msn.com
Article
The 50 best cities for first-time home buyers

Buying a home for the first time is a rite of passage for many people in America—and home sales for first-timers are growing. First-time buyers in 2017 made up 38% of all U.S. single-family home purchases, an increase of 7% from 2016 according to Genworth Financial Inc.

msn.com
Article
Highest-paid musicians in 2018

As lucrative careers go it's a good time to be a musician—as long as you’re at the top. With multiple profitable income avenues—streaming included—the last two years have shown steady growth. So, how much money are artists actually seeing?

thestacker.com
Blog Post
100 great deals for seniors for 2018

While not many people want to acknowledge their senior citizen status there is a bright side to getting older. Companies around the world are offering discounts on everything from airline tickets and car rentals to grocery retail shopping and mobile phone plans. What defines being a senior and how do you take advantage of these deals? Stacker scoured companies for their select offerings for senior citizens—some available for someone as young as 55 years old. And while getting most of the deals is as easy as flashing a government issued photo ID some deals require the person to be a member of a specific retired person’s organization like AARP—which may pay for itself: It only costs between $12 and $16 per year. Read on to discover 100 great deals for seniors in 2018.

August, 28 2018
thestacker.com
Article
Do you know your government acronyms?
August, 20 2018
thestacker.com
Article
Highest-grossing movie franchises
August, 21 2018
on.luxury
Blog Post
The First Lady of Greek Cuisine Brings the Aegean Islands to the James Beard House

Chef Argiro Barbarigou is known as the “first lady of Greek cuisine,” and she brought her talent and fresh point of view to the James Beard House for a special dinner celebrating the Southern Aegean Islands.

April, 27 2018
luggagefree.com
Article
6 Tips to Win Winter Travel
January, 8 2018
luggagefree.com
Article
6 Top Rooftop Bars in Manhattan
July, 24 2017
luggagefree.com
Article
What To Know About Rome’s Recently Renovated Hotel Eden
June, 5 2017
socalpulse.com
Article
You don’t have to go all the way to Napa, Santa Barbara wine country is the perfect weekend getaway from Southern California.
May, 25 2017
luggagefree.com
Article
A Surprising California Wine Getaway that Isn’t Napa Valley
May, 1 2017
luggagefree.com
Article
What to Know about the Hottest New Hotel in Beverly Hills
April, 3 2017
luggagefree.com
Article
The World’s Most Expensive Street Food
March, 6 2017
blog.forbestravelguide.com
Article
4 Elegant L.A. Stops For Afternoon Tea By Correspondent Christina Xenos
May, 18 2015
blog.forbestravelguide.com
Article
3 Places To Indulge In Caviar In Los Angeles By Correspondent Christina Xenos
April, 13 2015
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