I'm going to be totally honest here. Before heading to Indy for Memorial Day Weekend, I didn't have high hopes for the food and beverage scene. I hate to admit it but I think my years living in New York have made me a bit harder to please when it comes to food. However and per usual, I was completely wrong! Indy actually has some really impressive restaurants and bars so I wanted to share a few of[...]
 
 
Growing up, I always hated Daylight Savings time each spring. It meant that I lost an hour of sleep and had to wake up for school more tired than usual. Oh how times have changed! Thanks to San Antonio's Luminaria art festival which coincides with the time change, I gladly welcomed one hour less of sleep because it meant seeing countless creative art displays boldly illuminated in the night sky. [...]
 
 
Norway has a slew of traditional dishes that any avant-garde traveler would enjoy. and I tried most of them during my visit. Here are a few of my favorite foods from Norway.Breakfast: Waffels and JamShortly upon landing at Oslo airport I was greeted with a delicious breakfast that many Norwegians eat at the start of their day. Not exactly healthy, but it was just what I needed to satisfy m[...]
 
 
This post is by Brendan Wan, one of our contributors. Australians love a good festival, particularly a music festival. It is a time and place where we can truly enjoy the simple things in life - dancing under the Australia sun, falling under the musical spell of rhythm and beats and relaxing with a cold thirst-quenching drink in your hand. There are over a hundred festivals in Australia occurring[...]
 
 
Navigating the New York City club scene isn't a leisurely walk in the park. It's more like a tipsy jaunt around lower Manhattan. When I first moved to the city, I was a 22 year-old recent graduate who spent my first summer living in student housing while searching for a job in the fashion & entertainment industries. After a few weeks of exploring the city on my own, I slowly started making fri[...]
 
 
This a guest post by Patrick Perlmutter. There is no doubt that Paris is a city rich in culture, beauty, and art. It was the home to Voltaire, Molière, Hemingway and countless other artists, writers, and politicians that helped shape the country's landscape and heritage.While these influences are still visible in French education and even heard in daily conversation, Paris has vastly changed [...]