Monthly Archives: January 2012

New York City Culture & Customs

New York City is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. So it should come as no surprise that it’s also one of the most diverse. The city is known for its ethnic neighborhoods, as well as … Continue reading

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New York City Travel Tips

The buzzing Big Apple allures people today just as it always has. See, not only is NYC the most populous city in the U.S. — filled with everyone from bohemian artists to investment bankers — it’s also at the forefront … Continue reading

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Michigan Avenue Chicago Ill

Michigan Avenue hosts some of Chicago’s most beloved monuments, the Chicago Water Tower, the Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park and, of course, the “Magnificent Mile” — a collection of hundreds of stores and restaurants. The city decorates this wonderful … Continue reading

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America’s Best Shopping Streets

Holiday shopping can be stressful, cutthroat and, at its worst, fruitless. Sometimes the journey to the perfect present starts with an hour-long line at the mall parking garage. Talk about frustrating: You can’t take your foot off the brake, let … Continue reading

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Rodeo Drive Los Angeles Calif

Southern California winters are nothing short of nirvana. Once you get past the fact that Christmas lights hang atop palm trees instead of pine ones, the snow-less holidays can be quite enjoyable. There’s no better way in L.A. to prep … Continue reading

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