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Posts by Marguerite A. Suozzi

Celebrate The Beatles' 50th Anniversary
Fifty years ago today one of the biggest pop acts in history touched down at John F. Kennedy Airport for the first time. They were whisked into a press co... Read More
Q + A with Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos
Ahead of Glasgow-based band Franz Ferdinand’s new album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, front man Alex Kapranos shows T+L there’s more to tour... Read More
How to Hail a Cab in NYC
Willie Sierra, a bellman at the Mandarin Oriental New York ($$$$), shows us how to flag down a cab like a real New Yawker. • Step off the curb and extend... Read More
How to Eat a Maryland Blue Crab
You’ve got lemon wedges, beer, and a table of freshly steamed, seasoned crustaceans. Now what? Bill Breaux, owner of waterside restaurant Schooners ($$$),... Read More
Atlantic City: The World's (New) Favorite...Arts Destination?
Superstorm Sandy and her little sister Athena recently wreaked havoc across the northeast, including on the bay-facing boardwalk of Atlantic City, but tha... Read More
How to Tie a Sarong
Does your beach cover-up never seem to stay on? Designer Milo Migliavacca—whose batik-print silk wraps are sold at the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbara... Read More
Culture Shout Out: "The Scream" Goes on Display at MoMA in NYC
Starting at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow, expect a line–a very long line–out the door at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and learn to deal with it; it’ll be ... Read More
Q+A: Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste Talks Travel
  Members of the band, from left: Ed Droste, Chris Bear, Chris Taylor and Daniel Rossen Ed Droste—front man of the Brooklyn-based indie-rock band... Read More
Ikea To Open 100 Boutique Hotels in Europe
Inter Ikea, the parent company of the Swedish budget furniture store, is planning to enter the boutique hotel market. The group is currently scouting out ... Read More
Snakes (Almost) on a Plane: TSA Finds 821 Firearms, Chainsaw, and Slithering Reptiles in Carry-Ons
"Whaaaaaaaaaat?" That's what I said to myself after reading this piece by Gizmodo who reported via the Transportation Security Administration's blog, that s... Read More
China Invades the Northeast: 5 Not-to-Miss Exhibits
In 1908-9, art collector and explorer, Sterling Clark, and naturalist, Arthur deCarle Sowerby, spent 17 months caravanning across Northern China. With a t... Read More
Olympic Uniforms: Fashion Designers Go For The Gold at London 2012
Olympic style has improved exponentially since the days of ankle length tennis skirts, barely there basketball shorts, and that loud, tie-dye Grateful Dea... Read More
Arts and Ideas Flood New Haven at International Festival
If you're looking for a quick family outing from Boston or New York between now and June 30th, hop a train to New Haven, Connecticut, and visit the Intern... Read More
Doc on Chinese Activist-Artist Opens Human Rights Watch Film Festival in NYC
The 23rd annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival kicked off Friday night with the New York premiere of journalist and first-time director Alison Klayman’s... Read More
History Colorado Center Opens in Denver
Late last month Denver’s newest museum, the History Colorado Center opened the first phase of its three-tiered reveal to the 90,000 visitors they expect in ... Read More
Denver Art Museum Hosts Yves Saint Laurent Retrospective
On display at the Denver Art Museum (DAM) until July 8th is the first exhibition to provide a glimpse into the life and achievement of Yves Saint Laurent,... Read More
World's Most Exotic Cooking Oils
More and more exotic oils are popping up every day, making it easy to sample terroirs from around the world. Here, five that topped our taste test. Austr... Read More
Last-Minute Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach
To celebrate its 10th anniversary this year, Art Basel Miami Beach (Dec. 1-4) inaugurates new collaborations with the Bass Museum of Art and the Frank Geh... Read More
Gaultier Exhibit Opens in Dallas
It might come as a surprise to some that the first exhibition devoted to an appraisal of the career of Jean Paul Gaultier should take place in Dallas, b... Read More
Urban Design Exhibition Opens at the United Nations
The United Nations estimates that by 2030, nearly five billion people will live in cities around the world – about 40% of whom are projected to be occupyi... Read More