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Berlin Through The Eyes Of Our Creative Director

BY LENA KAZER Roaming the neighborhoods of Berlin is a feast for the eyes. There are murals painted on buildings reaching high into the sky, more graffiti variations than there are cracks in the sidewalk, and oddball boutiques filled with records, handmade accessories, and various whats-its and thing-a-ma-bobs. Wandering my favorite neighborhood, the rugged and […]

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Budapest Tips & Tricks: Every FYI You Need To Know

BY WENDY HUNG Home of the stunning bath houses, wines and goulash, Budapest is full of things to see and must-do’s. Just in case you’re too lazy to flip through a guidebook, here’s a quick rundown of etiquette, Wifi info, cash exchange, SIM cards, walking tours…and more! 5 things to avoid: Poorly lit streets. Old cash. When receiving […]

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Los Angeles International Airport Overhauls To Benefit Passengers

BY NINO MARCHETTI Traveling through one of America’s most busy airports is in the process of becoming a whole lot easier, thanks to some recent changes in play both in the international arrivals areas as well as the aging Terminal 1. Modernization and technology improvements are the name of the game there, which should make […]

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How I Learned To Love L.A.

BY NADIA CHO During my college years at Berkeley, everything people in the Bay Area ever said about Los Angeles was incredibly antagonistic and criticizing. Northern California has an intense superiority complex when it comes to their southern brethren. But despite the hate from my Bay Area friends, I spent a significant amount of time […]

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Why Flea Markets Are Better Than…Everything

BY LENA KAZER Today I spent three hours roaming the stalls of Kane County Flea Market in St. Charles, Illinois. I remember visiting the market as a child, enthralled with all of the glittery baubles and stacks of cards and nostalgia. There is something about old things that even children understand, a sense of dignity […]

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EXCLUSIVE! Inside i Latina: Buenos Aires’ #1 Closed-Door Restaurant

BY WENDY HUNG It’s hard flipping through any food magazine in Argentina and not come across the much buzzed about name: i Latina. Buenos Aires’ immensely popular restaurant has sustained its #1 title on TripAdvisor and five gold stars on Yelp. There’s a reason why locals and travelers leave Buenos Aires’ best closed-door restaurant with happily satiated stomaches and […]

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To Intrepid Backroaders: Go Explore Oregon’s Glorious Fall Foliage

BY NINO MARCHETTI There is a magical place in the Pacific Northwest where you can wander the backroads and take in the amazing changing colors of the leaves. Oregon is that place, and this state offers a number of great destinations you can choose from to enjoy the glorious scenery as we transition from the […]

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