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Date Night in New York? 5 Alternatives to the Usual Dinner and a Movie

In any relationship, the tried-and-true dinner and a movie combo will inevitably get a little tired. So rather than fall into a rut, why not change things up this weekend in favor of something with a little more pizzazz? Though good chemistry can withstand even the most clichéd of itineraries, a …

Metropolitan Opera

10 of the best sites to explore during Open House New York this weekend

The Open House programme, which gives the public a chance to see buildings and sites that are usually off limits, comes to New York this weekend. …

Lower East Side’s art project celebrates its 100th mural

The 100 GATES Project has hit its goal with its final mural painting on the iconic Katz's Delicatessen<p>In the summer of 2014, the 100 GATES Project set out with a mission. It was simple--they wanted to connect artists with Lower East Side businesses through artworks. This was to be done by creating …

Streetwear

The Cheapest Places to Travel for Each Month of the Year

Domestic: Los Angeles<p>You can save 33 percent on hotels in the city of angels this month, when the nightly average rate for four-star properties dips …

The Anatomy Of A Great UX Design Leader

Seven key traits the best UX design leaders share<p>The job market for user experience designers is booming, and academic programs have sprung up to meet demand. Missing from most discussions about the UX design education gap is the need for great UX design <i>leaders</i>. These are senior-level managers who …

25 Ways To Do Paris Like A Local

Despite everything your guidebook might tell you, Paris can be incredibly tacky in certain places. As one of the most visited cities in the world, the central areas of the French capital throng with swindling street vendors, bistros, and brasseries that hawk faux "French" cuisine (underwhelming …

The Best Places to Visit, Eat and Shop Like a Local in Paris

As a tourist in Paris, your checklist for sightseeing likely includes the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral. When it comes to food …

The 55 buildings in New York City you need to see in your lifetime

It's said that New York City is a concrete jungle (where dreams are made of), but there's a lot to love about the concrete (and glass, and steel, and brick) that makes up the city.<p>The five boroughs are jam-packed with scores of iconic buildings and architectural landmarks. New York was home to the …

Staten Island

Where To Try The 10 Best Crêpes In Paris

Where to Drink in Paris, France

Brasserie is French for brewery, and while there’s one on nearly every corner in Paris, few of them actually make beer anymore. From the mid-19th …

France

The 14 Best Brunches in The World

Where to enjoy your favorite meal anywhere in the world.<p>Brunch: It’s everyone’s favorite weekend activity. Few things beat a languorous mid-day meal, …

A Giant List Of Epic Destinations For Anyone Who Lives To Travel

Pack your bags.<p>There's a big world out there, and no shortage of incredible destinations to explore. So it's only natural that choosing where to visit can be hugely intimidating. Thankfully, we've got you covered with lists on lists of epic spots to sift through. Check 'em out!<p><i>Note: Some of these</i> …

Here Is Where Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Paris Buy Their Bread

Bread is on the table for every meal in France — always has been, always will be. Michel Izard, artisanal French baker and author, says, “If a …

5 Amazing Apps to Help You Build Habits Faster

66 Days.<p>That’s how long it takes to build new habits.<p>This is no easy task. And it’s no surprise that 9 out of 10 people fail to achieve their New …

Apps

Bangkok’s River of Kings

When Somerset Maugham staggered from the Bangkok train station one steaming day in 1923, he knew exactly where to head: the Chao Phraya — the River of Kings — whose fresh breezes and open skies were even then a relief from the intensity of the Thai capital. Feeling the onset of malaria, Maugham …

Muay Thai