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Brian d’Arcy James:Actor, Singer & The Nicest Guy In Show Biz...
By Ellis Nassour
Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman is one of the most acclaimed plays of this or any season. In its London West End debut, it won numerous awards, including the coveted Olivier for Best Play and director Sam Mendes...
Through The Lens
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Bits & Bailey: The Who, What And Wow Of The Luxury Scene
By Bailey Beckett
Spring is almost here, which makes Bailey a happy bunny. And this month he’s hop-hop-hopping to what’s hot-hot-hot...
Tech Talk: Sci-Fi Fantasies Becoming A Reality
By Will Red
Remember those science fiction movies which demonstrated incredible, life-changing gadgets? Well, several of these gadgets are either here or fast approaching technical viability. We caught up with Warren Wolf Kay, futurist and founder of...
Tahiti: A Place of Breathtaking Wonder
By Jenny Peters
The first thing to know about Tahiti—or French Polynesia, as the whole country is actually called—is that the photographs you’ve seen do not do it justice. This wondrous place in the South Pacific consists of more than 100 islands in...
MSC Seaside: The Ship That Follows The Sun
By Nava & Michael Raviv
The MSC Seaside is a one-year-old, state-of-the-art ship sailing year-round on 7-day cruises from Miami to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Dubbed “The Ship that Follows the Sun,” the MSC Seaside was designed for warm weather, evoking the easy-going South Beach lifestyle. It features expansive outdoor spaces including...
The Ocean Club Four Seasons Resort
By Ruth J. Katz
Shaken, not stirred,” is the legendary James Bond admonition to countless cinematic barkeeps across decades. As I sat at the Martini Bar in the lobby of the elegant Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort, Bahamas, I, too, uttered those words to Keith Cash...
6 Reasons To Visit Ireland
By Patricia Canole
Ireland’s small size tempts visitors to try to see the entire country in a single trip. The distances look short on a map, and the miles seem quite modest, but don’t be deceived. Trying to get from Killarney to Galway between lunch and dinner means not onl...
The Breakers: This Seaside Haven Is A Slice Of Heaven
By Bailey Beckett
There are few resorts in America, or the world for that matter, that come close to matching The Breakers, an otherworldly oasis in the heart of that billionaire’s playground we call Palm Beach. A city within itself, the AAA Diamond property is...
Marriott Stanton South Beach
By Gerrie Summers
There is something about the Marriott Stanton South Beach that gives it a hip, residential feel. It blends in with the beach vibe of the affluent SoFi (South of 5th) district of South Beach. You don’t realize it’s an oceanfront...
AC Hotel Times Square
By Natasha Bazika
Times Square remains the beating heart of Manhattan, which can at times be overwhelming at best. But pockets of quiet in the city that never sleeps still do exist. Take AC Hotel Times Square which allows guests to...
Cheers!: Residential Bars & Luxe Living
By Patricia Canole
As residential living in New York City becomes grander by the day, luxury apartments have become the norm and most of the residential projects being developed in the city are spread over vast acres of land. Built in premium locations, the residential complexes boast open spaces and surrounding greenery. Today’s luxury living rooms and dining areas feature Italian marble flooring with...
Around Town: Lower East Side
By TJ Johnson
The Lower East Side (LES) is roughly the area below Houston Street, from the East River to the Bowery. During the 1880s and 1890s, immigrants from Eastern Europe flooded into the cramped redbrick tenements. At the turn of the century this...
Summit New York
By Patricia Canole | Photos by Binyon Studios
Led by one of New York’s most prominent real estate investors, Lloyd Goldman, BLDG Management Co., Inc. introduces its first ever ground-up residential project in New York City. Located at 222 East 44th Street (betwee...
Cape Coral: Shining Brightly
By Lyle Seltzer
Cape Coral is a vibrant and friendly community with all the beauty that you expect from Southwest Florida. With over 400 miles of salt and fresh water canals, it is a boaters paradise...
Relocating To North Carolina
By Nadine Wynn
It can be fun to think about where you want to relocate. Perhaps you want a warmer climate or maybe it’s retirement. Consider Charlotte, North Carolina as a prime spot which is strategically located two hours from the...
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