We love a good West Coast sunset, people watching, and supporting local businesses. Don’t you? And it’s even better when the three blend together and create amazing results. Cue coastal Southern California.
Forget whatever idea of a great summer you’ve had before. Sure, hanging out with your high school friends by the pool or spending a month in Barcelona is fun; but there’s no place like NYC during the summer.
They say that Brooklyn residents rarely see a reason to go to downtown anymore. Surely I’ll admit, it has been two months for me. One can argue that Manhattan’s love for corporate cash put a dent on the borough’s true character; truth is you can thank ridiculous rent prices and Starbucks lovers for Brooklyn’s attractiveness.
So, you want to go to Queens? Bet you didn’t know that you could get your tennis fix for the year in this part of NYC. Yep, that’s right: The U.S. Open takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Queens.
It’s no secret that people come to Miami to unwind. While you’re here, you may find yourself more entertained than you anticipated—believe us, it happens. There’s no better way to tune everything out than to check-in at the spa; turn off your phone, and treat yourself.
Up until a few years ago, Downtown Miami seemed like a ghost town that existed only to connect Brickell and Coral Gables with North Miami. Then came Wynwood, the rebirth of the Design District, and then the gentrification of Downtown proper.
Winter Music Conference (or Miami Music Week) is a week of over-indulgence in music, parties, art, food, drinks, and beyond. The week brings countless events throughout South Beach and Downtown Miami, and culminates with Ultra Music Festival.
This celebration of music and culture has been showcasing immense talent from New Orleans and Louisiana since 1970, when Mahalia Jackson, Duke Ellington, and the Eureka Brass Band got together to hold a small parade. Today’s incarnation is a celebration of music, food, culture, crafts, and heritage in the birthplace of Jazz.