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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.  ...
Following similar bans by San Francisco and Seattle, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy said Monday he intends to sign an executive order that will ban state-funded travel to Indiana as a protest to that state’s new religious objections law, which cri...
We talk about Kimpton Hotels a lot around here: the brand, recently acquired by IHG, is busy growing its portfolio and upping the ante on affordable hotels with highbrow design. One thing that’s oft overlooked, however, is Kimpton’s golden touch w...
It was only a matter of time before the family that gave the world Mama Shelter hotels brought their egalitarian vision of cool stateside—and what better place than anyone-can-be-a-star Hollywood? The idiosyncratically hip hotel brand turned heads...
With a recent opening of a museum-hotel in Durham, North Carolina; a pair of properties currently under construction in Oklahoma City and Lexington, Kentucky; and three more projects in the early stages of development, hospitality brand 21c is bui...
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...
'Great day for a boat ride,' the deckhand tells me, squinting at the cornflower sky as the Elwha prepares to back out of its slip at Anacortes and head into the San Juan Islands. He inspects a van with a kayak on top and a license-plate frame that...
Can an enigmatic Argentine, a pantheon of starchitects, a Hollywood director, and $1 billion cement Miami as the culturati’s ultimate playground? Alan Faena says yes. On a perfect December day during the high-toned hubbub of Art Basel Miami Bea...
On Friday at 11:30 a.m., a cherry-picked cohort of 180 mystery celebrities will breeze through security, hop on a Boeing 737, and drink complimentary cocktails on their way to the country’s coolest music-tech-film conference. It’s not officially c...
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...
South by Southwest (or SXSW, for the acronym-loving crowd) kicks off next weekend in Austin, but arriving street-style ready requires more than one day’s notice. To help prep for Texas’s best music-cum-interactive-cum-film festival, we assembled t...
Much like MoMA, the Guggenheim, and the Met, The Armory Show is a New York arts institution. An annual fair with roots harkening back to the early 20th century, it brings together galleries from nearly 30 countries on Piers 92 and 94 in central Ma...
Airport management company OTG has unveiled its designs for Newark’s new United terminal, and if one thing is certain, it’s that the much-maligned hub is about to become one of the country’s coolest places to fly through. So how is OTG taking the ...
When Nashville was coined Music City in 1950, honky tonk and pop country dominated the scene. But after Bob Dylan recorded his milestone album, Blonde on Blonde, on Music Row in 1966, musicians of all genres followed suit. Over the next decade, ev...
Can’t wait for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to re-open in 2016? Get a sneak peek of the museum’s new collection when its American Icons exhibit opens at the Grand Palais in Paris this April. Marking the international debut of SFMOMA O...