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Friday Finds: November’s Metropolitan Markets

November 8, 2013

As Christmas nears annually, bazaars of Christmas gifts start setting up shop. The time of year for that, of course, is a ways before That Time of Year (which is, in turn, a ways before Christmas proper), but it seems the mere passing of Halloween this year has got New… (more)
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Friday Finds: Perfume Pandemonium

November 1, 2013

There’s something in the air in the world’s most popular cities, and it’s not just the outsider enthusiasm of November’s swell of tourists. Between shops, pop-ups, and collaborations, a new wave of perfume is atomizing its way into the hippest of urban ethers. Perfect for the brisk climate, these scents… (more)
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Friday Finds: Evidence of Things Unseen

October 25, 2013

It’s less than a week until ghosts and ghouls emerge for their annual holiday, and it seems everyone is getting in the spirit of things. Our favorite bloggers around the world have been taking to their laptops to share stories of findings strange and eerie in their home cities—and not… (more)
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Friday Finds: Music ‘Round the World

October 18, 2013

The days of warm-weather concerts in wide-open fields may be months behind us (or ahead of us—we’re more of the glass-half-full persuasion), but with the sunset’s forward creep comes gloomy music for the increased darkness. October’s festivals are edgier and grungier than the ones that light up Great Stage Park… (more)
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Friday Finds: Apples to Apples in the Big Apple

October 11, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – Caramel apple spice may be Starbucks’s answer to fall, but those who search further can find a whole world of alternative ciders. Apple-polishers get a special treat in New York’s mixology scene, which, despite the city’s relentless urbanism, is only a pomme’s throw from farm country.… (more)
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Take Me Out to the Ballgame in New York

September 19, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – It’s a typical day at the ballpark: fans yelling, stadium lights blaring, hotdogs and peanuts aplenty. But when it comes to America’s pastime in the Big Apple, nothing else about these two teams is simply ordinary. After all, a trip to see the Yankees or Mets is… (more)
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Tempting Tuesday: Indulge in a Spa-Cation at The Peninsula Spa by ESPA

September 3, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – Between school starting back up and the impending holidays, we know it can be difficult to catch a break and score a little “me” time. So in light of the busy fall ahead, we have just the deal for those looking for a perfect day getaway… (more)
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Tempting Tuesday: Sample New York’s Finest at the New York Historical Society

August 20, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – When it comes to experiencing the heart of New York, any number of the city’s touristy attractions might come to mind (think: Times Square, Central Park, or even the Statue of Liberty). But for a true taste of New York, it comes as no surprise that… (more)
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Have Your Pie and Eat It Too at Bubby’s in Tribeca

August 14, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA — With a catchy tagline of “Defending the American Table (also, we steal recipes from grandmas),” we’d be stumped to find someone who didn’t want to brunch at Bubby’s—after all, Grandma’s cheese grits, thick banana walnut pancakes, and fried bacon and eggs trump all. And with… (more)
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Tempting Tuesday: Experience Classical Music’s Greatest in Central Park

August 13, 2013

NEW YORK, USA –There’s nothing quite like summertime in New York. From festivals to movies to the arts, this city of concrete and steel transforms into a hubbub of abounding entertainment. Though many of the season’s hottest events are coming to an end (like Bryant Park movies and Restaurant Week,… (more)
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