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The Insider’s Guide to Cannes

Cannes. The word conjures up images of movie-screen glamour – Brigitte Bardot posing for the cameras along La Croisette, the latest starlet stepping off a speedboat to waiting crowds – but the charm of this seaside Mediterranean spot goes beyond its movie heritage. From charming cobblestone villages to hidden restaurants, read on for our secret […]

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Own Your Own Piece of Paradise in St Martin

It’s a common phenomenon that those who go on vacation to consider cancelling their flight back home and staying forever, especially in the Caribbean. The islands have a slower pace of life, warm breezes, and the sound of rolling waves in lieu of bustling traffic. While this might seem like a distant fantasy right now, […]

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#TravelTuesday News Roundup for May 24, 2016

Trump’s travel brand suffers due to presidential campaigning  One of Trump’s many business pursuits is ultra-luxe hotels, which, according to Forbes, also makes up the most significant aspect of Trump enterprises, valued at a cool $562 million. But a recent report from travel intel company Skift shows well-heeled travelers might think twice before booking with […]

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A Surfer’s Dream Home on Redondo Beach

From her home overlooking Redondo Beach, Cindy Williams regularly sees couples taking their vows at oceanside wedding ceremonies, musicians strumming guitars with a California Dreaming pleasure and all types joining pick-up beach volleyball games. Dolphins and whales play in the water and cyclists and joggers enjoy the 27-mile shoreline strand that stretches north from Torrance […]

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Deliciously Pretty: 5 Outdoor Dining Areas for Summer

The only thing better than a drawn out dinner with family and friends is a drawn out lunch under the summer sky. From morning til night, these outdoor dining areas are just what you need to get in the mood for barbecue season (if you aren’t already). Villa Bali, Ibiza  A zen sanctuary in the […]

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The New SFMOMA: So Much to Discover Inside and Out

SFMOMA is back. And it’s bigger, brighter and better than ever. Transformed and expanded throughout a massive three year closure and renovation, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is open and welcoming visitors in a way it never could before. With nearly three times more gallery space and 1,900 works on display – over […]

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French Fabulous: My 9-5 With Chef Youcef in Provence

Youcef Djellab learned the ropes of French cooking in the heart of Paris. But it wasn’t long until he was out exploring the world, searching for new flavors and new techniques, working everywhere from military kitchens in Cambridge to casual beach-side eateries in Mexico. While on his travels, Provence drew him in like a magnet, and he’s […]

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24 Hours in Malibu

While visiting Los Angeles is always fun, the goal of getting out of the city is usually top of mind for true California dreamers. With its charming oceanfront homes owned by Hollywood celebrities and nearly three-dozen stretches of sand to choose from, those in the know head to Malibu, California’s most iconic surf town. Stop […]