Category: Lifestyles

Jake Shimabukuro’s Humble Rise To The Mahina

By Steve Houk   livingonmusic.com You’d think that the man who basically reinvented both the playing of and worldwide appreciation for the ukelele in the late 20th/early 21st century would be at least a little...

Eternal Summer

Our favorite heat-wave season isn’t over yet, so do taste the last of these photo-friendly cocktails before they’re gone.   COLUMBIA ROOM The Double Dealer For the grandfather of bespoke cocktails head to Columbia...

¡Viva La Cosecha!

Edens bring Latin culture to Union Market Holistic market concepts are hardly new on the scene (Mario Batali has several Eatalys and José Andrés just opened Mercado Little Spain at Hudson Yards in Manhattan),...

Three July Days in Prague

The Czech Republic’s glorious, pedestrian-friendly capital boasts great sightseeing, good hotels, delicious food and crowds of tourists competing for nearly every inch of space. By Kevin Chaffee One could easily take a week or...

District Pops

By Carmen Honker  What better way to escape the intense summer heat, than with a refreshing, homemade popsicle? From riverside stands to quintessential coffee shops, here are the best places to find a perfect...

Hotel Watch: The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island

By Kevin Chaffee  Florida’s premier northern coast resort boasts a rare AAA five-diamond rating for both its hotel and top-notch restaurant, but that is only one of the reasons why upscale guests flock to...

Triple Threat

The electro-pop trio SHAED is giving listeners ear candy.  When Apple Music picked up SHAED’s single “Trampoline” for its MacBook Air commercial lat year, the ripple effect was real. The ethereal song shot up...