New York's Best Condos
By Daniel J. Bollinger
I had the pleasure of touring two luxury buildings: 200 East 62nd St. and 252 East 57th St. I could give you the same information that is in the brochures and online but instead I am going to give you the highlights and the features that make each unit special. If you are interested in learning more about these Luxury NYC residences please contact...
UN Plaza: A Steal At $70 Million
By Richard Singleton
New York City has some of the best, and most expensive, high-end living accommodations in the country. Nowhere is this more the case than on Manhattan’s East Side and, in particular, in the neighborhood of the United Nations...
Bainbridge Island, A Haven For NY Ex-Pats
By Curt Winston
After a long life and career fighting the New York traffic, high apartment rentals (or condos) and the cost of food that is exponentially higher than just over the George Washington Bridge, where can a Big Apple retiree go?...
Jet Blue: New York's Hometown Airline
By Bob Nesoff
Not that many years ago, a few airlines pretty much controlled transportation in and out of New York’s airports. Then came deregulation and after rapid expansion, the competition put a number of them into the history books...
Spain: Do It Insightfully
By Kyle Matthews
Spain, the mother country of the language that covers so much of today’s world and has taken hold in the United States as almost a second language, is a country steeped in the past while at the same time looking to the future...
Kayaking: A Short Hop From NY
Story and photos by David Handschuh
It was a rainy, dreary day driving out of Manhattan, but the skies were clearing and held the promise of a brighter day. The stress faded away as we headed west on Interstate 80 to our destination...
Milwaukee Urbane & Beer
By Mira Temkin
On the gleaming shores of Lake Michigan and located at the meeting of three rivers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a destination that blends its rich history with modern architecture and sophisticated flair. There’s a sense of excitement in the air that evokes a warm, Midwest welcome and an upbeat ...
Aruba: A Place In The Sun
By Ed Curtis | Photo By David Stanley
Aruba is one of the more interesting islands in the Caribbean chain. Sitting barely 40 miles off the coast of Venezuela, the prevailing winds gently blowing from the mainland almost always negate the need for air-conditioning...
Niagra: More Than Just Falls
By Jodie Jacobs
Listen up lovers of the stage and slainte, aficionados of the vine. Travel north to Niagara-On-The-Lake for a top theater and wine experience. Niagara-On-The-Lake is a two-for-one vacation about a day’s drive or a 70 minute flight from New York City over the Canadian border from Buffalo, NY...
Cabo: Stronger Than The Storm
By Keri Zane
It’s been nearly a year since Hurricane Odile ravaged the Baja Peninsula and the entire tourism community has been hard at work over the last 11 months. Today nearly all the resorts in the area have been restored and re-opened for business. Here are several, now and later, options to treat you and every member of your multi-generational family to a fabulous getaway...
Egypt For The Weekend
By Jon Haggins | Photos by Laurel Van Horn
While most people plan a trip abroad, especially to a place as far away as the Mid-East, for at least a week and perhaps more, sometimes the opportunity to spend just a few days is too intriguing to miss...
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