January 2017

By Alexander Lobrano At Restaurant Jean, just down the street from me in the beautiful but increasingly booshie 9th Arrondissement, a lavishly well-inked young chef has given an exciting new life to a table that had been lost for a little while. If fact, Jean-Frédéric Guidoni, this restaurant’s amiable owner,

By Ann Abel Blue skies, turquoise seas, white beaches, swaying palms. A breeze in your hair, a drink in your hand, sand between your toes. Many of us would book the next flight out, if only we could, no matter what was going on at home. But when home is

By Steve Jermanok I always bring hiking boots when traveling to Phoenix, because it’s arguably the best city in the country for day hikes. There are some 200 miles of trails in the Phoenix park system including short summits like Piestewa that are ideally suited for a 2-hour lunch break.

By Everett Potter Images courtesy of Kitzbühel Museum The Austrian ski town of Kitzbühel may be best known in skiing circles for challenges like the men’s World Cup downhill on the Hahnenkamm, one of the most dramatic courses in the sport. But those two minutes aside, it also happens to be

By Larry Olmsted Las Vegas is full of mega-resorts, and over the years each has added flashy one of a kind signature elements to set itself apart: volcanoes, jousting, gondoliers, dancing fountains, etc. But when Caesars Entertainment redid its Quad hotel (formerly the Imperial Place) into the LINQ Casino Resort,

Tweet What Inspires You in Nature for a Chance to Win A VIP CHIHULY Experience The natural environment is a continued source of inspiration for Dale Chihuly. In honor of Chihuly’s return to The New York Botanical Garden, NYBG and Bank of America are partnering to explore what in nature

By Rochelle Lash Cortina is not simply a ski resort. It is an Italian ski resort, ergo food and wine are as fundamental as great snow and challenging trails. Maybe more. A storm of new snow blanketed the Dolomite Mountains during my visit in early 2017, but even with utopian

By Brad Nahill Tourists may be the key to saving the critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle. An estimated 15,000 adult females remain worldwide but the primary threat is the traveling public’s demand for jewelry and the bracelets, combs, and trinkets made from the hawksbill’s shell. An important new campaign within

By Everett Potter It’s not an exaggeration to say that the Alta Lodge in Utah, which just celebrated its 75th birthday, is unlike any other ski hotel in the world. It resembles a 1940s prep-school dorm with Bauhaus touches—cement-block walls, mid-century industrial Bertoia chairs — but also has floor-to-ceiling windows