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On May 31, the culinary arm of Bono’s (RED) organization—which has raised more than $315 million to date to help prevent HIV/AIDS—is presenting an al fresco dinner at New York’s Pier 26. Host Mario Batali will oversee 10 celebrity chefs (including...
Hoteliers Kevin O’Shea and David Bowd, the same guys behind Provincetown’s buzzy and beautiful Salt House Inn, have done it again, opening a 37-room refuge on New York’s windswept Shelter Island. The Chequit, which opens its doors May 8, was desig...
The Trump Hotel & Tower Central Park is going all-out to celebrate the birth of the second royal baby, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. Its new “Central Park Princess Package” gives young guests a chance to live like royalty in the Big Apple—if...
Not every Cinco de Mayo celebration is going to be as festive as this sombrero-donned doggie, though, at a few hotels, there’s potential for this year’s celebration to come close. We’ve gathered three events that caught our eye, starting with a $5...
The lines wrapping around the Whitney Museum of American Art, which reopens in downtown New York City today, aren’t just for viewing the gallery’s 22,000 works in its vastly expanded space. Visitors near and far are clamoring for entry into one of...
Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group kicks off Drink Pink today, a month-long celebration of spring and its culinary mascot, rosé wine. Now in its second year, the event demystifies the rose-hued vino while toasting the change in weather. ...
The Rainbow Room made its glamorous return to Manhattan last October, opening in a reimagined space after a five-year hiatus and ushering in a new era of skyward fine dining 800 feet above Rockefeller Center. The new iteration feels of-the-moment:...
Tourists will soon have the opportunity to explore a section of New York’s Howe Caverns that has been shut off to the public since 1900. Starting May 3, the 2.5-hour Signature Rock Discover Tour will guide adventurous visitors through the same pas...
Congratulations on the move! Why go to New York’s Meatpacking District? The opportunity to find a space in such an unusual location is pretty rare in New York. Once we [the senior staff] made the decision not to expand on the existing site, we ...
Maribel Lieberman, owner of the MarieBelle chocolate shops, travels the world scouting the best quality beans for her masterful confections. As she prepares to open her newest shop, Cacao Market, Lieberman talks to T+L about sourcing trips, the in...
If you’ve ever been captivated by the art of glassblowing, it may be time to start planning a trip to Corning, New York. The Corning Museum of Glass—built in 1951 and designed by legendary American architect Wallace K. Harrison—is wrapping up a...
In the midst of empty lots and abandoned buildings, turn-of-the-century factories dwarf a windowless structure nearby. The freshly painted brick building bears no signage—or, for that matter, any indication about what goes on within its walls.  ...
Over the course of its 120-year history, New York’s Waldorf-Astoria has given the world some highly recognizable recipes. The most obvious example, of course, is the Waldorf salad—a dressed mixture of walnuts, celery, apples and grapes, created fo...
Text-based artist Jenny Holzer will design a piece for New York City’s new AIDS Memorial. Already known in the community for her permanent work at 7 World Trade Center, Holzer plans to use lines from Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself” to create a spi...
A plane ran off the runway at New York’s LaGuardia Airport this morning as it tried to land amid icy conditions. The aircraft, a Delta MD-88 coming from Atlanta, crashed into a fence around 11 a.m., but avoided going into the water that edges LaGu...