February 2022

Iris restaurant introduces New Yorkers to Aegean cuisine in midtown Manhattan By Beverly Stephen There’s no better time for armchair—or rather dining chair—travel. Exploring international cuisines in restaurants is the next best thing to jumping on a plane. We’ve all endlessly eaten our way through Mediterranean cuisine but now at

By Everett Potter The start of Black History Month is a good occasion to reflect on The Negro Motorist Green Book, which aided African Americans as they traveled travel through Jim Crow America. It was conceived and first published in 1936 by an African-American New York City mailman named Victor Hugo

  By Ann Abel For five years now, I’ve regularly been singing the praises of the Portuguese capital. But it also turns out that you can go about an hour from Lisbon, or less, in almost any direction, and come across something completely different and completely wonderful. Here are seven places

    SOPHY Hyde Park, the 98-room boutique hotel that was named one of “The Best New Hotels in the World” by the editors of Travel + Leisure, is located in the vibrant heart of Chicago’s historic Hyde Park neighborhood. This is one of the most dynamic and culturally diverse areas

By Brian E. Clark In the spring of his senior year at the University of New Hampshire, Bryn Carey drafted a business plan for a ski rental and delivery company. Carey, who had a strong entrepreneurial bent, had operated his own root beer business in high school. So he didn’t