Articles Tagged with Magazine

Culture + Style

Ghana Rising

“Akwaaba!” That friendly greeting floated over to me several times from strangers bearing wide smiles upon my arrival in Ghana’s capital city, Accra. Casually denoting “welcome,” this nuanced word actually means “you’re welcome to this…
Tips + Trends

These ’90s-Inspired Travel Spots Are All That and a Bag of Chips!

Thanks to the latest sitcom remakes and reboots, nostalgia for the ’90s is back in a big way. The decade’s top TV shows left a lasting mark on pop culture. Who among us didn’t gasp…
Tips + Trends

Ax Throwing? Shuffleboard and Beer? Here’s Where to Rock “Yardcore” Sports

If you’re looking to get off the couch and connect with friends IRL, it might be time to discover the brave new world of “yardcore” sports. Try trending old-school pursuits, from disc golf and bocce…
Tips + Trends

Travel Meets Transcendence at These 6 Metaphysical Healing Locations Around the World

Healing crystals, tarot cards, stargazing and essential oils: These may seem like peculiar pastimes to some. But to the millennials and Gen Zers looking to neutralize bad vibes and cultivate an aura of spiritual well-being,…
Chefs You Should Know

Innovative Chef’s Cut Dinners Exercise All of Chef Paolo Buffa’s Culinary Skills in California

Multi-course tasting menus and chef’s table dinners are truly a craving with Marriott Bonvoy members, who are using the phrases “blind taste” and “chef’s choice,” and hashtagging #tastingmenu, 67, 33, and 48 percent more, respectively….
Tips + Trends

What’s for #Linner? How to Midday Snack (and Save) Like a European

Eating like a local is not always cheap in Europe. You’re not going to find a bargain bouillabaisse or bistecca alla Fiorentina, but the truth is, you don’t need to sample these set-piece, once-a-year dishes…
Tips + Trends

Heady Ways to Entertain Yourself While Traveling

While downtime is (almost) always welcome during a workday, travel downtime can, at times, be frustrating. And if you forget to bring a book with you or you’ve (temporarily) run out of stories to tell…
Tips + Trends

Need a Digital Detox? How to Travel Mindfully Wherever You Go

While the word “mindful” might make you think of yoga class or sitting in meditation for hours, it doesn’t have to be that complex. Mindfulness is really just staying in the present moment instead of…
Eat + Drink

Food to Make You Smile: Where to Eat #Cutefood Around the World

Cute food (or for the hashtag obsessed, #cutefood) is quickly becoming one of Asia’s biggest cultural exports. The foodie trend, where millennials hunt out food in the shape of adorable animals or incongruous objects and…
Eat + Drink

Mock (on the) Rocks: The Virgin Cocktail Comes of Age

Inspired by ancient tales of physicians distilling herbs for their patients, British farmer Ben Branson set out to make his own nonalcoholic spirit. Made from homegrown peas, hay, mint, rosemary and thyme, Branson’s Seedlip Garden…