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Tuesday, August 15th, 2006

Diva Says: Website: Hot Town, Pretty in the City

by Sarah Naimark Whether it’s a mani in Miami or a facial in Philadelphia, PrettyCity.com is your guide to all things gorgeous. Think of this website as your best friend who’s been there done that, and wants to let you in on what she’s learned. That’s pretty impressive. Whether it’s a mani in Miami or

Friday, August 4th, 2006

Style: Flight 001: Perfect Travel Accessories Make the Perfect Trip

by Sarah Naimark Packing is an art. Being fully outfitted for the wrong kind of trip can be just about as fun as a wool turtleneck on the summer beach. It used to be that a travel...

Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

Culture: Austria, Salzburg: Happy Birthday, Mr. Mozart

by Sarah Naimark Throughout 2006, Salzburg plays host to a festival celebrating the birth of its most famous citizen,— with the exception the Von Trapp clan, of course—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This marathon fete includes lengthy concerts, walking...

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Inspiration: Dolomites, Italy: A Town In Between

by Sarah Naimark It was a painfully cold afternoon in Val Gardena, an Alpine border town where it’s hard to tell the Italians from the neighboring Austrians. The Dolomite mountains are mammoth, with rounded peaks and patches...

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

Culture: Zagreb, Croatia: The Best Blind Date

by Sarah Naimark From the window, Zagreb appeared dreary and blurred. Our train lugged itself through a dingy urban strip into the station and I grimaced: ten minutes ahead of schedule. I nudged Anna, my younger sister...

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

Destination Review: Ljubljana, Slovenia: You Don’t Have to Pronounce It to Like It

by Sarah Naimark The unexpected is something we can forget to love. The secure ritual of daily life in consistent surroundings provides a warm familiarity that can be hard to cast off. This, interestingly enough, extends to...

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

Culture: Croatia: Hvar from Heaven

by Sarah Naimark I might as well be driving the tiny motorboat through the tangerine sunset itself, the way the water reflects the vibrant sky. I stick my hand into the warm sea to reassure my senses...