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Holiday Gift Guide 2018...
By Griffin Miller
Luxe or practical, these gifts will send just the right message to the people you want to remember this year. Our elf scoured the market for the perfect holiday ideas—tough to shop for him, your wellness-obsessed friend, sophisticated boss, and many more. Sort by interest or browse until you’ve checked everyone off your list!..
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Bits & Bailey News, Views & The Latest Happenings
By Natasha Bazika
Welcome to the first Bits & Bailey, a monthly who’s who and what’s what in the Big Apple, all through the glossy, perfectly-lit, soft lens of yours truly. As a bon vivant in every sense of the term, I’ve been chronicling the have and have-mores for 20 years, and I’ll be giving readers an inside glimpse into that rarefied world. So...
Tech Talk: ‘Tis The Season For Gifts & Gadgets
By Will Red
There is nothing like starting the New Year owning and mastering the latest and innovative technology. Here is a selection of top-rated devices and ones we feel will make your loved ones feel they are synced with the latest hi-tech gadgets and technology trends in 2019...
9 Places To Visit In 2019
By Norah Bradford
The last year of the second decade of the 21st Century is nearly upon us and it is time to dust off that travel bucket list. In case your list could use some help here are some ideas worthy of consideration...
Australia’s Wild Side: Adventures Off The Beaten Path
By Jenny Peters
Dreaming of an escape to a place where eco-adventures await, all wrapped in a blanket of dry, warm sunshine? Then it’s time to start planning a getaway journey to the Land Down Under, where exotically beautiful wild places...
Charlevoix, Quebec: An Easy Getaway To The North
By Sherry Amatenstein
In Charlevoix, the almost decadently scenic region 90 miles northeast of Quebec City, the 30,000 locals take unceasing delight in their surroundings. Not surprising, since the cozy resort town that hosted the G7 Summit attended by the world’s leaders last June...
Palm Beach: A Cultural Odyssey
By Michael Alpiner
Iam sitting in the passenger seat of a luxury car being driven through a luxury landscape, a staccato curtain of palm trees with a crystal blue landscape, winding roads past majestic homes, and the luxury of silence...
Prime Stays: NYC’s Hotels Light Up The Holidays
By Diana Roberts
No one does hospitality like New York City. And come the Holiday Season, hotels go overboard decorating every square inch of space. So, whether it’s a weekend getaway or simply to stop in to see the lobbies...
Resorts World Catskills: Your Ideal Winter Getaway
By AP Connolly
Looking to get away this winter? Resorts World Catskills, New York’s newest, closest and most luxurious casino resort, is easily accessible from New York City and offers the region’s most extensive Las-Vegas style gaming and world-class dining and entertainment, making it an ideal spot for a quick winter escape...
The Bernards Inn: A New Jersey Gem
By Jeff & Stephanie Sylva
Does the thought of exploring a boutique hotel featuring a quintessential luxury restaurant sound enticing to you? If so, all it takes is a one-hour train ride from Penn Station to the quaint hamlet of Bernardsville, New Jersey, where The Bernards Inn will welcome you to a bygone era of understated elegance...
Around Town: The Flatiron District
By TJ Johnson
The Flatiron District of NYC: the middle of Manhattan where you have access to endless shopping and and food options. The Flatiron wasn’t always an amazing place to live. In fact, the neighborhood was slightly unsafe with nightclubs spread throughout the district. However, over the last 20 years...
By David A. Patten
Sealed bids are now being accepted for the purchase of a truly unique mansion and compound overlooking Hempstead Harbor in Roslyn Harbor, New York—and it’s only fitting that the sale of the property, locally known as “Mayknoll,” is a bit secretive...
The Outer Banks
By Jill Highsmith
The Outer Banks is a hidden treasure tucked away off the east coast of North Carolina known for its pristine beaches, deep sea fishing and southern hospitality. This slender string of barrier islands is quickly growing in popularity but still...
Kitchen Magic: From Drab To Fab
By Karoline Gore
New York City is big on a lot of things: style, dining, entertainment, and money. One thing there is not much of, however, is space. With more than 8.6 million people calling the Big Apple home according to latest census data, it comes as no surprise that space has become a rare entity...
8 Steps To A Business Transition
By Eric Czephya
It’s a new year and if you are considering transitioning out of your business at some point in the future, it pays to be strategic years before you actually engage with potential buyers. Here are some of the steps you can take to ensure that your transition will be as smooth as possible...
Bobby Van’s: More Than Just A Steak Lover’s Paradise
By Anne Raso
It goes without saying that Bobby Van’s is a legend of the Manhattan steakhouse scene, not just for their prime quality meat but also their portion size. This meat lover’s institution arguably has the biggest steaks in the city...
The Perfect Match: Mastering Wine & Food Pairings
By Tina Mulqueen
When I was a kid, we had a holiday tradition. Every year during celebratory meals, the children in my family were invited to partake in the adult festivities by having a glass of wine. Only, there was just one wine offered (if you could call it wine). The sparkly red accompaniment more closely resembled a...
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As a father, founder Craig Watson understands the severity of nut allergies. To create desserts accessible for children to enjoy in school, Baked Cravings has dedicated ourselves to build and maintain a nut-free facility. Using only the highest quality ingredients sourced from nut-free vendors, following strict packing processes and conducting...
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