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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 ...
A lissome brunette in a Prohibition-era dressing gown introduces herself as Charlotte, the “madam of the house.” She flips a switch, revealing a staircase that leads to a wallpapered parlor where a DJ is spinning 1970s soul. The attractive patrons...
In a new photo series, artist Joe Johnson showcases Reno, Nevada’s casinos like you’ve never seen them before. By photographing the locations early in the morning, Johnson captures a few calm moments before the daily gambling commences in the laby...
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...
There’s a whole new reason for Jazz fans to make the pilgrimage to New Orleans. Earlier this month the doors to The Peoples Health New Orleans Jazz Market (PHNOJM) swung open for the first time, with a show by The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra (NOJO)...
If you’ve ever waited in line for an hour outside Surf Lodge or Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk, Rob McKinley is to blame. We’re kidding, of course—but it’s undeniable that wherever this design guru leads, legions of stylish trendsetters follow. Take the ...
Today, April 13, marks what would have been Thomas Jefferson’s 272nd birthday. And what better way to celebrate than with a Thomas Jefferson-inspired tasting menu? Plume—the restaurant within Washington, D.C.’s luxury hotel The Jefferson—has fu...
It might be hard to believe from the photos, but these abandoned resorts were once a part of the “Honeymoon Capital of the World"—a.k.a. Pennsylvania’s scenic Pocono Mountains. Poconos has a rich hotel history dating back to 1829—though its tru...
Airbnb has done a lot to change the business of travel, having introduced boutique-like accommodations for all budgets—even in Cuba. Now magnate-philanthropist Warren Buffet—the “Wizard of Omaha” consistently found on lists of the world’s wealthie...
If you’re too pale to tan and too hungry to binge drink, there’s basically nowhere for you to have a bachelorette party. Think about it. Miami? Too sunny. Nevada? Too much clubbing. New York? Expensive, cold, and I already live there. Which raises...
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.  ...
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...
If you’ve been stalling on a trip to Napa in hopes of experiencing the currently-closed bastion of California fine dining, it’s time to book those tickets: The French Laundry is reopening on April 7. Among the reasons to act now? OpenTable is curr...