Paris Underground Music Guide

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

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Local Living: The NY Public Library

This post is by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. Flanked on both sides by New York’s iconic lions, Patience and Fortitude, sits my very favorite New York City institution: The New York Public Library (NYPL).  Having been an avid lover of all things books from a very young age, I decided to delve

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Top Five Romantic European Cities

It’s hard not to think about romance when you are in Europe. Cobble stoned streets, ice cream at every corner and more flower vendors than you probably care to count, European cities almost seem like they were specifically designed for fairy tales. Now, despite the fact that I’ve never flown across the globe for the

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How to Ride a Camel and Look Like a Pro

I never imagined that I would be giving camel riding tips anytime soon, but after my trip to Egypt, I realized that it’s not as easy as it looks.  Yes, once your on the camel, it’s generally smooth sailing, but getting on and off can prove quite challenging. Approach your Camel with Caution: Although camels

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Gallery Conversations At The Museum Of Modern Art

This post is by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. Walking into the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is like having a smorgasbord of the finest gourmet food from every different culture around the world.  Needless to say, it’s impossible to gobble it all up in one sitting without feeling impossibly overwhelmed and, dare

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New York’s Top 5 For Under $5

This post is by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. When one thinks of New York City, a lot of things come to mind: Concrete Jungle, Skyscraper National Park, The Big Apple.  “Cheap” would probably not make the list.  New York is notorious for ridiculously priced cocktails and Broadway shows,  which is why I

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Soundwalk Walking Tours

This post is by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. One of my favorite things to do in New York City is explore it via Soundwalk. For those of you who haven’t heard of Soundwalk, get your walking shoes on and your iPods charged. It is perhaps one of the most innovative ways to explore

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Your Local Sex & the City Tour

In less than a month I’ll be coming up on my second full year living in the concrete jungle otherwise known as New York City.  To some, this is nothing close to a milestone, but for me it’s a reason worth celebrating.  Tangent aside, I’ve been watching more Sex & the City than I usually

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