Archive | January, 2012

The Artful Traveler: Opus + One

Posted on 31 January 2012

By Bobbie Leigh Don’t be misled. The Dia Art Foundation exhibition of Jean-Luc Moulène’s Opus + One is not an IQ test.  You don’t have to “get it” to relish… Continue reading »

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To Jackson Hole, In Search of Snow

Posted on 31 January 2012

  By David McKay Wilson On the third day, it snowed. It wasn’t an epic Jackson Hole storm, like the ones that dumped 557 inches at the Wyoming resort the… Continue reading »

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The Interview: Brian Morgan, Adventure Life

Posted on 31 January 2012

By Everett Potter A couple of months ago, I attended the Adventure Travel World Summit in the charming colonial city of San Cristobal in Chiapas, Mexico. This yearly gathering brings… Continue reading »

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Active Travels: Turkey with Wildland Adventures

Posted on 31 January 2012

  By Steve Jermanok To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Wildland Adventures, founders Kurt and Anne Kutay will return to their roots, personally guiding a fortunate group of travelers to… Continue reading »

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5 Reasons to Visit Philadelphia This Winter

Posted on 24 January 2012

By Everett Potter Forgive me, Philadelphia, but you got lost in my East Coast shuffle between DC and New York City. The backstory: it had been decades since I last… Continue reading »

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Active Travels: Micato’s Elite Running Safari in Kenya

Posted on 24 January 2012

By Steve Jermanok Named the World’s Best Safari Outfitter by readers of Travel & Leisure, Micato always seems to come up with something original each year. In 2012, the Kenyan-based… Continue reading »

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On the Bunny Slopes: Playboy’s Guide to Ultimate Skiing

Posted on 24 January 2012

  by Tom Passavant A hot day in New York City, summer 1978. My friend Jim Petersen walks into my office at Playboy magazine. “I hear the guys downstairs at… Continue reading »

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Well & Good NYC: NYC’s Most Beautiful Yoga Studios

Posted on 24 January 2012

By Melisse Gelula and Alexia Brue Let’s just come out and say it: Pretty yoga studios matter. Sure, it’s really all about inner reflection, but when a space feels sacred,… Continue reading »

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Letter from Paris: “Blend” for Burgers

Posted on 17 January 2012

  By Alexander Lobrano Since I’m unapologetically obsessed by good food, it almost never happens that I leave the house without knowing where I’m going to eat. Most of the… Continue reading »

Crested Butte: Ski Steep & Deep

Posted on 17 January 2012

By David McKay Wilson Since my arrival in the Rockies in late March, I’d peered up at Crested Butte Mountain, that 12,161-foot peak with some of Colorado’s most challenging ski… Continue reading »

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