Category | United States

Lake Chelan, Washington: Home for Hospitality

Posted on 09 December 2014

By Julie Snyder You can go home again. Especially if that home is as magical as the region surrounding Lake Chelan, a 55-mile ribbon of crystal-clear, glacier-fed water tucked into… Continue reading »

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L.A. Restaurants Go Global

Posted on 08 December 2014

  By Rochelle Lash The top restaurants in Los Angeles are meeting the world half-way. Cuisine in La-La Land has gone global and stayed local – and both directions are… Continue reading »

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A Swinging Midtown Manhattan Weekend

Posted on 28 October 2014

  By David McKay Wilson New York City’s hotel boom brought me to midtown Manhattan, where I’d decided to spend a weekend at North America’s tallest hotel, a few doors… Continue reading »

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The Getty Center—Celebrity of L.A. Art

Posted on 30 September 2014

By Julie Snyder The Getty Center—a luminous, modern architectural marvel—crowns a lush ridge top in affluent Brentwood on west side of Los Angeles. Long on our “next-time-we’re-in-L.A.” list, we finally… Continue reading »

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60 Years of Rock and Roll in Memphis

Posted on 24 June 2014

Story by Marian Betancourt Elvis may have left the building, but his legacy is alive and well in Memphis. This year marks the 60th anniversary of Rock and Roll and… Continue reading »

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What Do You Know About Omaha?

Posted on 24 February 2014

Story & photos by Joan Rattner Heilman Stop for a moment and think about Omaha. What do you know about it?  OK, it’s the home of billionaire Warren Buffett and… Continue reading »

The Best of Florida Sportfishing

Posted on 20 January 2014

  Story & photos by Dave Houser “One fish. Two fish. Redfish. Blue fish…This one has a little star…Say!  What a lot of fish there are.”  Dr. Seuss   It… Continue reading »

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Leaving Las Vegas

Posted on 15 October 2013

By Julie Snyder In “Leaving Las Vegas”—the movie version—Nicolas Cage left the desert destination famous for gambling and glitter through a whiskey bottle. My sister Janet and her husband Will… Continue reading »

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Sante Fe’s La Fonda on the Plaza

Posted on 10 September 2013

By Eleanor Berman The oldest hotel in America’s oldest capital city is fresh from a multi-million renovation. But like all the best face lifts, this one hardly shows. La Fonda… Continue reading »

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Russian River Perch: The Jenner Inn

Posted on 26 August 2013

  By John Grossmann The morning fog still clings high on the hillsides but has lifted off the broad mouth of the RussianRiver.  Yesterday, this wildlife-rich estuary filled the view… Continue reading »

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