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Posts by Peter Frank

5 New York City Songs that are Better than Taylor Swift’s
As much as we love and respect Taylor Swift as an artist and human (so much heartbreak at such a young age, yet she perseveres), as New Yorkers we’re not ... Read More
Coolest New Business Class Amenities
Airlines are treating the bicoastal set to something new: a few hours’ sleep. Carriers have been rolling out new lie-flat business-class seats on their tr... Read More
New Catskills B&B: The Arnold House
If the words "The Catskills" still conjure images of Milton Berle and Henny Youngman trading one-liners—or Jennifer Grey carrying a watermelon across a swea... Read More
Why You'll Be Thinking About Dulce de Leche on National Chocolate Éclair Day
Today is National Chocolate Éclair Day (really!), which seems like a good excuse to tell you about a delicious new program Le Méridien hotels is launching... Read More
The Return of St. Regis New York's King Cole Bar
What part of the ongoing $90 million renovation of the St. Regis New York do we love the most? The expanded King Cole Bar & Salon, with tables spillin... Read More
American Airlines Offers New Ways to Show Off Your Klout
If you're like me, you've often stood at a crowded airport gate, clutching your plastic container of sad, limp salad-to-go and gazing enviously at the doo... Read More
New Grown-Up South Beach Hotels
Returning to the scene of his salad days, Peter J. Frank encounters a more mature Miami. I spent my teenage years in South Beach before it became “South ... Read More
Jamaica’s Top New Albums
  Thanks in large part to the reopening of Goldeneye (doubles from $672), this Caribbean isle has been making waves, but you can experience its rich... Read More