August 2010

By Suzy Gershman All of Gaul may be divided into three parts, but the shopping at CDG's newish Terminal E has a lot more parts to it. And a lot more fun than any threesome. Terminal E may be ten years old — I lose track of these things, but

By Bobbie Leigh In the final gallery of  the Franklin Institute's  new show, "Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt," we get the Liz Taylor and Claudette Colbert popular imagination version of Cleopatra.  More fiction than fact,  Hollywood  portrayed her as cunning sex kitten who seduced two of

South of Route 195 and the gritty mill towns of Fall River and New Bedford lies countryside so fertile you’ll feel like you’re in Vermont. Stretching from Dartmouth, Massachusetts, to Little Compton, Rhode Island, the area is known as the Heritage Farm Coast. It has the sunniest and most temperate

By Shari HartfordAnyone who knows me well knows that my favorite place on the planet is Montauk. There's just something about the sea air, the dunes and the familiar streets that always make me feel as if I have exhaled the weight of the world. In addition to too-numerous-to-count day

What are the best countries – the happiest and the safest – for solo travelers? Here’s what I discovered after crunching some numbers for Travel + Leisure …

Courtesy of Waterfront Bicycles, Portland. By David McKay Wilson Portland, one of America's most bike-friendly cities, is a great place to ride, with its sprawling network of trails and bike lanes that take you safely around town, and beyond the city limits to glorious cycling terrain.    After arriving in Oregon