Where to stay and what to do in Savannah, Georgia.
Monte Isola, Sicily, and Panarea, September 2016.
Two weekends a year, parasoles and pearls are the norm as New Yorkers gather on a small piece of land known as Governors Island for the official Jazz Age Lawn Party. With a vintage swimsuit contest, several live performances, and the fanciest picnic spreads you ever did see, it feels as if the world has traveled back in time to the 1920's (minus the unfortunate appearance of selfie sticks.)
By Jerome Tavé
Bonsai is a Japanese tradition that dates back to more than one thousand years ago. It is best described as an art of growing miniature trees within containers, to celebrate beauty and love of nature. Since trees can live for hundreds of years, for those who grow bonsai, it is a passion that continues to be passed down from generation to generation.
By Christopher Wroński
I think a lot of people can relate to a question I’ve asked myself repeatedly – what do you with all the photos and memories collected on a trip when it’s over? After a trip to Chile and Argentina in 2013, I thought I’d do a few things differently with all the photos and memories that were collected along the way.