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All about whiskey

The world of whiskey extends well beyond smelling, sipping and tasting. To learn about the brown liquid in your glass you should speak with...

NYC Winter Show: A treasure trove for hotel interior designers

If you love beautiful things like jewelry, sculpture, lamps, art and antiques, there is no better place to get your “fix” of fabulous furnishings...

Back to school: Learning how to look good

Those that ponder the importance of “beauty” should recognize that the industry is valued at billions of dollars and is supported by men and women.

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...

Oakville winegrowers present at Carnegie Hall

Scores of wine growers, buyers, sellers, and writers shared my enthusiasm for the Oakville wines and Oakville winegrowers.

Iconic New York City skyscraper is looking for buyer

The owners of the Chrysler Building in New York are planning to sell the skyscraper, according news reports. But this may not be easy,...

Aliz Hotel Times Square welcomes new Director of Sales & Marketing

Aliz Hotel Times Square announced today the appointment of Maureen Murphy as the new Director of Sales & Marketing of the new property which...

‘Sushi king’ pays $3.1 million for most expensive fish in the...

Japanese 'Sushi King' Kiyoshi Kimura, who runs the popular Sushi Zanmai chain, left Tokyo new fish market's annual New Year’s seafood auction with most...

Louvre 10.2 million, New York Metropolitan Museum 7.4 million visitors in...

The “Heavenly Bodies” explored the links between fashion and the Catholic Church and attracted 1.7 million people to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. The...

New York City Town Hall stars Mayor DeBlasio

It is not a surprise that politics has morphed into an entertainment vehicle. The people who populate the White House could easily be mistaken...

Travel stylishly: Jewelry for the executive on the move

Recognizing and acknowledging a new reality, jewelry designers are incorporating the active lifestyle of travel into their jewelry.

Hawaii’s Hotel Lanai re-opens with a New York chef

Hotel Lanai, a historic property located in the heart of Lanai City, Hawaii, has reopened its doors following a transformative renovation. The first guests...

Survey: Most expensive Manhattan hotels are in Garment District

NEW YORK, NY - The Garment District is Manhattan's most expensive neighborhood based on the cost of lodging there. That's the finding of a new survey compiled by NewYorkHotels.org.

Four Points by Sheraton heads to downtown Manhattan

WHITE PLAINS, NY - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

Mondrian SoHo to open in Manhattan

NEW YORK - Morgans Hotel Group Co. and developer Cape Advisors, Inc. today announced the opening of Mondrian SoHo on March 1st, with an exclusive preview at the end of February.

Tourism news: Manhattan luxury building target of tourist scam

NEW YORK - A Manhattan building called Camelot is the target of a scam that offers tourists luxury accommodations - then leaves them in the lurch.

New hotel debuts in Midtown Manhattan

Embracing the look and spirit of Manhattan's "distrikts" with neighborhood-themed floors from the Financial District to Harlem, the grand opening of the Distrikt Hotel was celebrated today.

Does it qualify as a party?

August appeared to be a month for parties in New York City.

Midtown Manhattan hotel offers unique guestrooms for today’s economy

The Hotel Pennsylvania in New York is offering unique rooms for budget-conscious travelers to stay in midtown Manhattan without compromising their location.

New flights between Dallas/Fort Worth and Manhattan, Kansas

American Eagle began service today between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Manhattan Regional Airport (MHK) in Manhattan, Kansas, with two daily round-trip flights.

Food deprivation

Have you wondered why food choices are so limited in the USA, especially the East Coast? Can anyone identify anything but incremental changes in fast food since Ray Kroc started McDonald’s?

South Street Seaport Music begins 8th season on July 3!

Recognized for presenting a plethora of indie music's most relevant breaking and established bands on the Pier 17 stage in lower Manhattan, Seaport Music kicks off its eighth season with a stellar and

Seaport Children’s Day features free kids entertainment and four barges of...

Voted by New York City parents as the city’s “best kid fest,” Children’s Day and Fireworks at South Street Seaport returns for its 16th anniversary on Saturday, June 13, 2009.

Tourists banned from Woolworth Building

New York City may love the $30 billion generated by tourism, but tourists themselves are no longer allowed inside one of Manhattan's most-admired landmarks - the iconic Woolworth Building.

Rude: The new approach to customer service at Le Cirque

I was invited to a Canadian special event at Le Cirque (151 East 58th Street, NYC) and really wanted to go.
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