Stories written by Jenny Cahill-Jones
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Travel

Stories from St. Martin: The Road to Recovery

The following is the last in a four-part series dedicated to the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which devastated the Caribbean island of St. Martin and damaged many others in September 2017. Here we share stories from the locals and travelers that lived through the event and its repercussions. Hurricane Irma, which hit the island of […]

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Travel

Fall in Love with Laid-Back Luxury in Aspen

Well known as a mountain retreat for America’s rich and famous—movie stars (Goldie Hawn, Kevin Costner) and business moguls alike (Michael Eisner) flock here—Aspen has the skiing chops to balance its reputation as a mini mountain Tinseltown. If you love to ski, you’ll find endless enjoyment across the four mountains that make up the resort. […]

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Homes

A Snapshot of Hollywood History at the Harold Lloyd Estate

On North Avenida Palmas stands a white-walled Spanish style house. From the outside, it looks warm and welcoming—but you’d never guess that the history of Palm Springs as a haven for Hollywood’s rich and famous started right here. The house was built in 1925 for silent film actor (and movie mogul) Harold Lloyd. Though younger […]

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Food Travel

Truffle Hunting in Tuscany

The Tuscan countryside has long been prized for its fertile land and beautiful scenery. The soil here produces some of the world’s favorite produce—vineyards filled with ripe grapes, olive trees laden with fruit, figs bursting with flavor, the list goes on. Yet one of the region’s most famous exports is extremely hard to find, grows […]

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Tuscany Food Festival
Food

Tuscany: The Land of Feasts and Festivals

Tuscany – the name conjures up rolling hills and long tables laden with fresh produce and bottles of wine in abundance. And no time of year is more abundant than fall. After the heat of the summer has passed the region comes alive with harvests—from the grapes that will go on to become delicious ruby-red […]

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Travel

Is Palm Springs California’s New Cultural Capital?

In the Sonoran desert, some 100 miles from Los Angeles, Palm Springs may seem like an unlikely destination for the cultural set, but in recent years it’s become a hotbed of art openings, critically acclaimed theater and music festivals galore. Yes, it might be one of the most popular places to retire in the USA, […]

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Travel

Underwater Adventures in The Bahamas

On the same latitude as West Palm Beach (and less than 200 miles from Miami), the Bahamas’ Abacos islands might be less well known than The Exumas or Nassau, but they are just as beautiful. What’s more, they offer some of the best sailing and boating anywhere in the Caribbean. To the islands’ western side […]