Buyers Rejoice, 2017 (PDF)
‘Tis the season for sugar plums, holiday parties and last-minute shopping.
Fall for New York, 2017 (PDF)
Fall in New York spawns a season of new and exciting things to see, do, shop and taste.
El Respiro Ecolodge, Granada, Nicaragua, 2018
Catch your breath at this quaint ecolodge, just 15 minutes’ drive to Granada. Expect farm-to-table cuisine crafted from ingredients grown on site and impressive Mombacho Volcano views.
The Pierre, NYC, 2018
This 41-storey Taj hotel boasts a superb location in Lenox Hill, luxury apartment-like rooms and suites with sweeping views of Central Park.
9 Fabulous New York Hotels for Families, 2018
An insider’s guide to the best hotels in New York for families in varying price ranges, featuring properties with suites, kitchenettes, children’s amenities and activities, and special family-friendly packages.
Omni Montelucia, Scottsdale, AZ, 2017
Situated in picturesque Paradise Valley, the Omni Montelucia’s setting is storybook beautiful.
Biohotel Schwanen, Bizau, Austria, 2017
This organic, family-owned hotel offers quietude, personal service, and subtle luxury.
MADE Hotel, New York, 2017
Despite a few design quirks, the modern, earthy interiors, attentive service, and on-site restaurant – steered by one of New York’s brightest culinary talents – nudge MADE into a brand-new category of luxury.
Duane Street Hotel, New York, 2017
With only 43 guest rooms, this quaint Tribeca property is boutique in every sense of the word.
Hotel Lombardy, Washington, D.C., 2017
Old-school ambiance, warm, hospitable staff, and tons of character outshine the dated interiors.
Soho Grand Hotel, New York, 2017
A haven for trendsetters, this hotel precisely portrays all that SoHo was and still is.
Hotel Americano, New York, 2017
With its off-the-beaten-track address, Hotel Americano is in the thick of fashionable West Chelsea, one of New York’s most creative districts where old fuses with new, and over 200 art galleries thrive.
3 Days in Granada, 2018
There’s so much that’s wonderful about this city – delicious food, friendly natives, and the biodiversity surrounding it.
Editor Picks: The Best Egypt Tours from Cairo, 2018
Cairo makes an ideal base and an easy starting point for any Egypt trip. There’s a wealth of tours that begin and end in downtown, including day trips to Luxor, relaxing Nile-River cruises, and multi-day, in-depth excursions.
Top Quiet Places in Midtown Manhattan, 2018
Stealing a quiet moment in the heart of New York City might seem like an improbable task. But, unbelievably, in the midst of the chaos, the city offers five sedate spots to collect your thoughts.
Innsbruck: Like a Local, 2017
Gothic and Baroque architecture dating back as far as the 12th century anchor Innsbruck alongside an idyllic Alpine backdrop.
24 Hours in Gstaad, 2017
A well-heeled set frequents Gstaad, but the resort destination in southwest Switzerland promises more than five-star hotels and luxury boutiques.
A Small Guide to Downtown Scottsdale, 2017
For a taste of the new West with flavors of the old intact, Scottsdale is the place.
Best Restaurants, Pizza, and Food Shops in Little Italy, Bronx, 2017
This quintessential Bronx neighborhood feels frozen in time, as it overflows with small-town charm, wonderfully fresh food, and Italian tradition.
A Small Guide to Brera, 2017
Only by roaming the streets of Brera can anyone understand its undeniable appeal.
Like a Local: Best Middle Eastern Restaurants in NYC, 2017
Escape to the Middle East and celebrate its rich traditions, if only for an evening.
Montreal Like a Local: Le Plateau Du Mont-Royal, 2017
There’s no denying its “je ne sais quoi,” and for anyone visiting Montreal, exploring Le Plateau is inevitable.
Barbados: Like a Local, 2016
Lauded for over 70 miles of bucolic coastline and friendly, down-to-earth locals, Barbados delivers far more than batches of the world’s finest rum.
Like a Local: Unique Shops in the West Village, 2016
In spite of ongoing gentrification throughout the neighborhood, unique shops remain a quintessential aspect of West Village culture.
Florida’s Vero Beach perfect for a long, weekend getaway
Escape the city for a long weekend in Vero Beach, along Florida’s Treasure Coast. Sink your toes into warm, white sand, feast on freshly caught seafood, and kayak or paddleboard on the Indian River Lagoon in what’s been dubbed “the Hamptons of Florida.”
Food Truck Secrets from NYC’s Grilled Cheese Guru, 2016
When it comes to the warm, gooey all-American staple, James Klayman’s advice carries some weight.
A New York Halloween, 2016
When I lived in Atlanta, I handed out candy from my front porch every Halloween. But since I moved to New York, my Halloweens are drastically different.
A New York City Bachelorette Party Guide, 2015
Rather than a one-night-only event that comes and goes in a New York minute, celebrate your once-in-a-lifetime occasion for an entire weekend.
10 Must-Try Classic New York Haunts, 2015
For a true look into an establishment’s worth and character, longevity says a lot.
New York’s Indulgent Side, 2015
From staying at Robert De Niro’s hotel to discovering where Woody Allen goes jamming, New York has many options for spoiling yourself.
A New Yorker Dreaming of Paris, 2015
I was smitten with the very thought of being in Paris and immersing myself in French culture.
Is That Olive Oil in Your Cocktail? 2015
Since the craft cocktail movement has been shaking up a storm, you’re about to notice olive oil creeping into barrooms if you haven’t already.
36 Hours in Greenwich Village, 2014
Get a sense of what makes one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods flourish.
Do You Know What a Lot Line Window Is? You Should, 2016
If New York apartment buying is in your future, you should learn about lot line windows.
A Real New Yorker’s Guide to the Jersey Shore, 2015
New Jersey might get a bum rap, but I’ll be the first to defend our next-door neighbor and the many attractions the state has to offer.
Can’t Afford/Find a Two Bedroom Apartment? The Right One-Bedroom Might Work, 2012
If you’re living in a one-bedroom apartment somewhere in New York City, you’d probably love to have an extra nook for the in-laws, occasional out-of-town guest, or a potential baby in the not-so-distant future.
A Few Things to Consider Before Combining Those Apartments, 2012
Combining apartments may seem like an easy solution to your spatial challenges, but a seamless renovation is a tall order.
In Defense of the $700,000 Manhattan One-Bedroom, 2012
It may be easier to find a mate in a city of eight million than it is the right co-op to call home (and dating is no easy feat!).
An Elevator View of the New York Skyline, 2012
Unlike most camera aficionados who shoot at or below the horizon, Stewart Mader captures views from above.
I Don’t Believe in Mr.Right, 2012
I can’t help but question if living in the city that never sleeps is more fun as a single or as a couple.
What’s Life Without Carbs?, 2012
I used to eat healthier before my life in Manhattan — the island of opportunity, stylish shoes, and gluten-full foods.
One Is No Longer the Loneliest Number, 2012
Each year, more and more city slickers of all ages are making what seems like the lonelier choice. But is it?
The ‘And Guest’ at Table 29, 2012
I’ve heard those horror stories — thirty-something singles stuck at the kid’s table, or one unattached woman left sitting alone while four perfectly matched pairs take to the dance floor and sway to Celine Dion.
Tiny Manhattan: Who Says Bigger is Better?, 2012
Do I love this city enough to live in a closet?
Upper West Side Essential Eats: Zabar’s, 2012
As I walk south on Broadway, I always know how many blocks I have left until I reach Zabar’s without ever looking at a street sign.
Upper West Side Essential Eats; Big Nick’s, 2012
Few restaurants have won their way into the hearts of locals like the little greasy spoon on Broadway and 76th Street.
Upper West Side Essential Eats, Barney Greengrass, 2012
Following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father, Gary Greengrass runs the show at the “Sturgeon King” six days a week on the Upper West Side.