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$24 Cup of Coffee Debuts at NYC Restaurant

It probably goes nicely with the $1,000 white truffle bagel that the Westin New York recently started serving.<p>Part of what makes caffeine such a great drug is how inexpensive it is. Sure, Millennials might be blowing their retirement savings one <i>cortado</i> at a time, but with the typical hit of drip …

Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir Wed in a Luxurious $1.7 Million Miami Celebration

Mr. and Mrs. at last! <b>Gucci Mane</b> and <b>Keyshia Ka’oir</b> tied the knot on Tuesday, October 17, in a luxurious, star-studded celebration at the Four Seasons …

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2 dead in McPhillips collision

A man and woman are dead following an early-morning collision on McPhillips Street Saturday, police said.<p>Winnipeg police were called to the 700-block …

42 Cool Kids Room Decorating Ideas That Inspire You And Your Children

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Senior charged with second-degree murder of son-in-law in Southwest Edmonton

Armando Cosmea-Aspillaga was a quiet, hard-working, devoted father and friend, says one of his grieving friends.<p>“Not an aggressive bone in his body. …

Chris Selley: Toronto has no choice but to pony up and raise taxes

Toronto needs more money. We want trains, tunnels, social housing that’s not disgraceful and a shiny happy waterfront, and we can’t pay for them. …

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Natalie’s Toronto

This week’s <i>I Heart My City</i> comes to us from Natalie Taylor, who writes the blog NearAfar. And what perfect timing! Our Digital Nomad, Andrew Evans, is exploring Toronto this week, and will be appearing at a @WheresAndrew Tweetup on tonight (Thursday, June 23), at Ciao Wine Bar, 133 Yorkville …

Pat’s London

No, we didn’t misspell our own name. The cover you’re looking at is from the dynamic team at <i>National Geographic Traveller</i> in the U.K.<p>We couldn’t think of anyone better than our counterparts across the pond to write this week’s <b>I Heart My City</b> guide to <b>London</b>. The insider tour comes courtesy of</i> …

Lindsey’s Paris

Bonjour city-lovers! Welcome to another Wednesday edition of <b>I Heart My City</b>. Today’s insider guide to <b>Paris, France</b> comes from Lindsey Tramuta, an American expat, writer, photographer, and baker who shares tales about the City of Light on her Lost in Cheeseland blog. Read about Lindsey’s favorite …

Rachel’s Dublin

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>After university, New Zealander <b>Rachel Farndon</b> tried out the 9-to-5 world and decided it wasn’t enough. So she sold everything she owned and bought a one-way ticket to Ireland. She’s been seeing the sights — from County Kerry to Dublin — for a year now (and chronicling her …

Job’s London

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p><i>As the world prepares for the Summer Olympics (the opening ceremony is this Friday), we thought we’d do a</i> <i>special, hyped-up edition of I Heart My City to give you three very different takes on this year’s host city. We’ve asked</i> <i>three unique Londoners — a television producer,</i> …

Tara’s London

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p><i>As the world prepares for the Summer Olympics (the opening ceremony is this Friday), we thought we’d do a</i> <i>special, hyped-up edition of I Heart My City to give you three very different takes on this year’s host city. We’ve asked</i> <i>three unique Londoners — a television producer,</i> …

Daniel’s London

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>London Is My City<p><b>The first place I take a visitor from out of town is</b> on a half-day or more exploration — from Cambridge Heath to central London, stopping at Hackney City Farm, Columbia Road (and flower market if it’s Sunday), Brick Lane (with its amazing street art, …

163 Free Things to Do in America’s Top Destinations

Our favorite free things to do in America’s most-visited cities.<p>They say the best things in life are free, and for every avid traveler, it’s a …

Crazy Crust Apple Pie

This is a recipe that I found on a hand-typed recipe card (as in, it was typed on a typewriter) tucked inside of one of my grandmother’s cookbooks. I …

Molly’s Galway

Freelance journalist <b>Molly McCluskey</b> divides her time between Washington, D.C. and various cities in Europe — but keeps returning to the land of her ancestors, Ireland. She lived in Galway city last summer and will be returning for a second dose of Irish hospitality this summer. Here are a few of …

Erik’s Brooklyn

<b>Erik Trinidad</b> of The Global Trip has traveled to dozens of countries around the world, but he’s been proud call Brooklyn home for the past five years. Check out a few of his favorite things about New York City’s most populous borough (by far, actually), then add your own two cents by leaving a …

Booker’s New York City

Traveler of the Year <b>Booker Mitchell</b> was close to celebrating his fourth birthday when 9/11 happened. “Millions call New York City home, and while no one personally knows even a percentage of the population, we unite at times when it matters most and act locally like any other small town in the …

Ashley’s Paris

<b>Ashley Fleckenstein</b> is an American (a Michigander to be more specific) photographer and travel blogger who spent an extended amount of time in Paris before embarking on a trip to explore the world. Even though her wanderlust has led her to Asia (at least until her money runs out), Ashley’s heart …

Zucchini Crumble

<i>Every week, we’re unearthing Heirloom Recipes -- dishes that have made their way from one generation's kitchen to the next.</i><p><i>Today: Sarah of The Yellow House shares a different way to eat zucchini, courtesy of her grandmother.</i><p>For two weeks every summer, my sister and I were shipped off to my …

The World’s Best Pâtisseries

Are you salivating yet? Wait for it….<p><b>1. Sweet Lady Jane</b><i><br>8360 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA</i><p>This upscale bakery makes some of the best lemon meringue tarts, flourless chocolate cake, and cheesebread in the U.S. The decorated cakes are both visual and culinary masterpieces. Grab a seat …

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Kid-Friendly Paris: In and Around the Louvre

TravelTraveler Magazine<p><i>Here they are — ten kid-friendly things you can do in and around the Louvre:</i><p><b>1.</b> Enjoy a grand view of Paris from the Place de la Concorde Ferris wheel through February, or jump on the trampolines near the Concorde entrance anytime of year.<p><b>2.</b> Ease into the museum mind-set at …