WestJet Magazine: October 2015

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posted October 15, 2015

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It’s hard not to get caught in New York City’s web. From the romantic cobbled streets of the West Village to the towering high-rise buildings in the Financial District, inspiration is at every turn. As chaotic as New York City is, the bulk of its iconic landmarks are in and around Midtown. Plan a picnic […]

Bespoke Concierge Magazine: Summer 2015

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posted August 12, 2015

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In New York City, popular designers are never too far from reach. In addition to the luxury boutiques lining Fifth Avenue, household names like Giorgio Armani and Ralph Lauren have branched out into other industries beyond apparel and accessories, particularly the culinary world. While runway shows are notoriously exclusive, these designer restaurants are more accessible […]

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Teen Vogue: What Study Abroad City Are You?

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posted July 20, 2015

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OK, so college may be a few years off but it’s never too early to start planning your semester abroad, right? After all, it might just change your life! From big city lights to small town charm, the possibilities are endless. Take the quiz below to determine what type of city you’re best suited for. […]

ShermansTravel: Guide to the Island of Palawan

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posted July 20, 2015

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Coined the “most beautiful island in the world,” Palawan definitely lives up to the hype. But don’t let that intimidate you — as a whole, this island in the Philippines is surprisingly affordable and won’t break the bank. Plus, many of the main attractions, like watching the famously vibrant sunset or touring downtown on foot, […]

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Expedia: Impressive Urban Art

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posted July 19, 2015

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When it comes to New York City’s five boroughs, Brooklyn might not be the most glamorous, but it’s certainly the hippest. After living in Manhattan for nearly five years, I decided to spend my last and final year residing in Brooklyn. My neighborhood of choice? Bushwick. Similar to its neighbor to the west, Williamsburg, Bushwick […]

WestJet Magazine: April 2015

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posted June 11, 2015

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With its exciting culinary scene, vibrant street art, quirky shops and groundbreaking start-ups, Brooklyn is hotter than ever. The most populous of New York City’s boroughs (more than 2.5 million people call it home), this well-loved district keeps changing for the better, and yet, with all its innovation and revitalization, Brooklyn still has a welcoming, […]

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AAA Magazine: Spring 2015

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posted June 11, 2015

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Crossing the street from the south side of Delancey to the north, I glanced up at the tall brick high-rise that has no place being in the gritty Lower East Side. Yet, it was there in that building where I spent my first three months in the “concrete jungle.” It’s not a glamorous building by […]

US Airways Magazine: November 2014

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posted December 7, 2014

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If you’ve ever dreamed of a real life Neverland, Dominica is as close as it gets. Here in this bubble of beauty, where rainbows dominate the skies and Pirate-like ships glide along the deep blue waters, nature reigns supreme. From Roseau, Dominica’s lively capital, lush mountains tower over the humble houses and the musical chirps […]

WestJet Magazine: November 2014

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posted December 7, 2014

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New York City is one of the world’s top destinations for shopping. From high-end luxury designer goods and accessories to vintage jewelry and “only-in-New-York” souvenirs, there’s something for every preference and price point. Here’s where to go in Manhattan, whether you’re chasing down the latest fashions or just searching for a bargain. For Vintage Finds: […]

Collaborate Magazine: California Regional Guide

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posted December 7, 2014

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For many, a drive along the Gold Coast gives new meaning to the phrase “California dreaming.” Lush landscapes, cascading cliffs and views of the Pacific Ocean are just part of the deal when hosting events in California. The state as a whole, with the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley area leading the pack, has become a […]

Rejuvenate Magazine: California Regional Guide

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posted December 7, 2014

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A drive along the Gold Coast gives new meaning to the phrase “California dreaming.” Towering mountains, cascading cliffs and views of the Pacific Ocean are just part of the deal when hosting events in California. The state is home to roughly one out of eight Americans, and places like Huntington Beach, Irvine and Monterey County give […]

Connect Magazine: California Regional Guide

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posted July 26, 2014

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A drive along the Gold Coast gives new meaning to the phrase “California dreaming.” Lush landscapes, cascading cliffs and views of the Pacific Ocean are just part of the deal when hosting events in California. The state as a whole, with the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley area leading the pack, has become an unofficial tech […]

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Home & Away Magazine: New York Below Houston

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posted July 19, 2014

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Crossing the street from the south side of Delancey to the north, I glanced up at the tall brick high-rise that has no place being in the gritty Lower East Side. Yet, it was there in that building where I spent my first three months in the “concrete jungle.” It’s not a glamorous building by […]

Lonely Planet: America’s Best Food Festivals

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posted June 24, 2014

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Forget the beach, have an epicurean adventure this summer at one of America’s excellent food festivals. From stacks of rosy lobsters in Maine, to a celebration of the humble rib in Nevada (and many an artisan cheese and craft beer fest between), there really is a feast fit for every palate. Here’s our pick of […]

Budget Travel: 5 Hamburg Neighborhoods To Tour By Bike

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posted June 24, 2014

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Despite being Europe’s richest city, Hamburg’s humble neighborhoods don’t show off, but rather, showcase both old and new influences in true style. From alternative Sternschanze and lively St. Pauli to modern HafenCity, these five neighborhoods showcase the many faces of Hamburg. The next time you find yourself in the Baltic Sea Region, head straight to Hamburg […]

HomeAway: The Ultimate Guide to Taste of Chicago 2014

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posted May 28, 2014

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Chicago may earn its “Windy City” nickname when the cold weather strikes but that’s hardly the case during the sunny summer months. Kicking off on July 9th is the city’s 34th annual Taste of Chicago, a five day extravaganza that brings food lovers, musical acts and up-and-coming artisans together. Although this is one huge festival, […]

Business Insider: Guide to the Lower East Side

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posted March 27, 2014

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The Lower East Side may have a reputation for putting the hip in hipster but there’s actually a lot of interesting history associated with this neighborhood. For a crash course to the LES, visit the Tenement Museum (103 Orchard Street). Your entrance ticket grants you access to 97 Orchard Street where you can see what immigrant life was like […]

Chilled Magazine: Doberman Jackets

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posted March 27, 2014

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There’s no denying that Portland has emerged as a trendsetting city in recent years so it’s not surprising that the fashion and mixology worlds would eventually collide. One of the best examples of this is local mixologist Jeffrey Morgenthaler collaboration with Doberman jackets to create a literal twist on “cocktail attire.” Even if you’ve never […]

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Chilled Magazine: Winter Jack

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posted March 27, 2014

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Hot cocktails are perfect for warming up on cold winter days. Warm whiskeys and spices with seasonal flavors, like cinnamon and cider, provide hearty beverages that are pure comfort in every sip. Winter Jack has all the accouterments of hot cider so loved in the cold winter season, with the added kick of Jack Daniel’s […]

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WestJet Magazine: March 2014

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posted March 26, 2014

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Doubling as a clothing boutique and a bar, The Dressing Room, on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, manages to make perfect sense of its dual environment. Upon walking through the front doors, the first thing you’ll notice is the juxtaposition of contemporary style with old-world sophistication. Neatly arranged on the right-side wall is a colourful display of garments […]

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