Dylan! Sweet Success
By Ivette Manners
In 2001, Dylan Lauren introduced New York City to a new way of experiencing the sweeter things in life. She opened her colorful candy megastore, Dylan’s Candy Bar, which quickly became an iconic staple in the Upper East Side and launched her now world-recognized company. Her first flagship store, located on the corner of...
Chocolate - The Way To Say “I Love You”
By Bob Nesoff
Chocolate is one of the most guilty pleasures in life. It has survived Weight Watchers; it has survived teenage myths about skin problems and it has managed to become, arguably, the most popular snack in the world...
A Truly Romantic Valentine’s Day Experience
By Sandy Roberts
There are so many ways lovers express themselves on Valentine’s Day. They walk together, holding hands; a romantic movie, dinner at an intimate restaurant or a box of chocolates. But for the ultimate romantic experience, reserving a spa treatment for two really does the trick...
Valentine’s Day In NYC:
Romantic Dining With Your Love
By Bob Nesoff
There are more choices in New York for a romantic evening at a fine restaurant than perhaps anywhere else, including Paris. Some will challenge the wallet, while others offer just the right atmosphere at affordable rates. Herewith are some choices that run the gamut, but all are highly rated for that “hand holding” romantic dinner on Valentine’s Day...
Cruising UNESCO Sites In Northern Italy
By Nava and Michael Raviv
Northern Italy is home to Milan, Venice, Verona, Padua, Bologna and Ravenna, cities rich in history, beauty, and UNESCO heritage sites. One of the best ways to explore these gems is with Uniworld’s ship, River Countess, on a smooth river cruise through the historic sites of Italy...
Club Med: The Original Romance Zone
By Sandy Nesoff
Before many of us were born, or were even thoughts in our parent’s imaginations, Club Med pioneered the concept of romance in beautiful parts of the world. That attention to romance continues today with the development of a new Zen Oasis area in Punta Cana, D.R...
Celebrate the Foodie Trail in Tucson
By Mira Temkin | Photos courtesy of Visit Tucson
Statuesque Saguaro cacti dot the landscape as far as the eye can see. Lovely desert terrain and golden sunsets beckon against the dramatic backdrop of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Home to the University of Arizona, world-class golf courses, outdoor adventure and a hub of culture that the Wall Street Journal refers...
Nashville, Music City & Incubator of Country Songs
By Jodie Jacobs | Photos courtesy of Tennessee Tourism
You’re on Broadway. Definitely, there are neon lights and music. But, no, you’re not in Manhattan. You’re on Lower Broadway where music is king. Musicians play here day and night. Buildings just around the corner pay homage to musicians, recordings, song writers and singers...
Exploring the Non-stop Fun of Ambergris Caye
By Kerri Zane
The country of Belize is often touted as one of the friendliest tourist destinations in Central America. But it’s not just the warmth of the people that attracts over 850,000 visitors every year. The Belizean coastline is home to the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere and holds huge allure for non-stop families...
Residence Inn Celebrates First Anniversary
With Surprise For a Guest
By Jon Haggins | Photos By Laurel Van Horn
In celebration of its first anniversary, the Residence Inn by Marriott World Trade Center, reached back to its opening. At that time, a year ago, it surprised its first guest with a host of gifts. This year they did it all over again....
A Romantic Getaway For Manhattanites
By Stephanie & Jeff Sylva | Photos courtesy of Woolverton Inn
We had high expectations for our visit to the Woolverton Inn, located in Stockton, NJ, just minutes from New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ. As we made our way up the long driveway and viewed the 1792 stone manor, enveloped by 300 acres of rolling hills and grazing sheep, we immediately knew that these rave reviews were warranted...
The Power of Beautiful Thinking
By Doris Day, MD
I was looking at photographs from my childhood with my daughter for a mommy-daughter project we’re working on. We looked back from when I was a little girl of two, all the way through my teens and college years. My daughter looked at the photos, paused, looked at me, looked back at the photos, paused, looked at me...
Valentine’s Day Filled With Mixed Emotions
By Dr. Miki Makrillos
Valentine’s Day, a holiday traditionally about love and romance has been slowly evolving into a holiday filled with mixed emotions, unmet expectations, and miscommunication between many individuals. Men and women have always struggled with communicating and understanding...
Health By Being Loving To Others
By Devi Nampiaparampil, MD, MS
Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women across the world. Although the medical focus has been on diet and exercise, research suggests we might have another—potentially more powerful—intervention: a loving relationship...
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