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Fine Dining and Fast Cars at Miami Supercar Rooms

For exotic car connoisseurs, a visit to Miami SuperCar Rooms is a heart stopping experience, not only for the chance to get up close and personal with some of the rarest autos in the world. The 15,000 square foot gallery of 16 of the world’s sexiest auto masterpieces is also a late night, haute boite […]

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Where to Go for the Best Outlet Shopping in Italy

We often talk about Italy and its food, but let’s not forget the other F-word… fashion. From the big, bold glamor of Cavalli to the minimalist lines of Armani and Gucci’s retro cool, Italy is a destination for the seriously stylish. And if you know where to look, it can be a great destination for […]

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7 Reasons to Love Palm Springs

Once a hideaway for the Hollywood heyday set – Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe, Bing Crosby, to name a few – Palm Springs is an ode to the Golden Age of the Silver Screen, when poolside cocktail parties happened nightly, tennis was “Hollywood’s game” (according to a 1963 Sports Illustrated article), and seersucker suits were it […]

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The Best Beaches in Italy

Italian beaches sometimes get a bad rap. Known for their rows of sun loungers, each section owned and patrolled by a different beach club or hotel, you would be forgiven for thinking that finding an unspoiled stretch of sand is nigh-on impossible. And while many beaches in Italy are private, if you know where to […]

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How to Stay Fit on Vacation (Without the Gym)

Many travelers see their vacation as a break from the routine, a time to relax, and an excuse to indulge in unhealthy foods. But for the fitness fiends among us, switching time zones is no reason to break away from our healthy lifestyle habits. Staying fit on vacation is not only doable, it can be […]

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5 Reasons to Love the French Riviera

The French Riviera has been the backdrop to countless movies and movie-worthy romances since the fashionable British and American set – from Gertrude Stein to F. Scott Fitzgerald – started spending summers there in the 1920s. And ever since Brigitte Bardot stepped onto the scene in Et Dieu Créa La Femme, tourists have been flocking to the […]

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A Local’s Guide to Los Angeles

Sprawling on the Pacific Coast with 88 incorporated cities (from Santa Monica to Beverly Hills), Los Angeles is a whopping 500 square miles (for perspective, that’s the same size as the state of Rhode Island!). Of course, there’s no shortage of activities and attractions, but exploring the city like a local can be a challenge. […]

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A Guide to the Cannes Film Festival for Regular People

The glitz and glamor of Cannes is around the corner – the 70th edition of the world’s premier film festival runs from May 17th to 28th, 2017. An invite-only gathering place for industry professionals, celebrities, and millionaires, Cannes can be tough to penetrate if you’re not one of the above. The list of things you […]