On her best day ever, Kerry ticks all the Paris boxes: eating, shopping, boozing, eating again, and marveling at how awesome the city is.
The integration of digital technologies in the creative process has generated great excitement among the art and design world, technology circles, and everyday conversations alike.
Some of the best stores in town aren't run by our legendary retailers or international designers -- they're in our magnificent museums!
New Orleans is one big, beautiful rag-tag gang of party people. It's the one place in America where it's always time to eat a great meal, join a band, booze on the street, start a parade, and wear a feather boa.
In addition to the great ones you already know, these newcomers attract with striking architecture and thought-provoking exhibits.
The 22nd annual Pan African Film Festival, a cornerstone of Black History Month in Los Angeles, opens the door to LA's thriving black community.
It is a time to publicly acknowledge the vital role of museums, to salute the people who contribute their life to make them meaningful ... and, to thank them for their commitment to educating our young.
Cutie Cupids need not apply for these destinations. We've found the most unromantic spots to fall in love with the human condition in all its everyday glory.
This is no future for the Met, and yet a likely one. When the next economic downturn arrives, the Metropolitan will face tough choices to avoid slipping into the red. It's an easy leap to suppose that charging admission will seem like a no brainer for Met administrators.
By Christine Madrid French, Project Director, Preservation Capen, Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens ...
The world's largest museum complex, it's also the most-visited, welcoming tens of millions of guests per year. Here are a few tips to help navigate your way through the marble halls of the Smithsonian.
The hotel's brochure lists activities to do on the island, like "snorkeling, reef diving, waterfalls, hiking in virgin forests, shopping at the market..." at the very bottom of the list, on the back page is "Coconut Tree Prison."
"There needs to be a conscious decision to develop relationships with independent curators of all cultural backgrounds to see what the possibilities are."
When it comes to being a traveling author, it helps that I did so much theater in college, and that I've taught for many years as well. I generally feel comfortable as a performer of my own work -- and my own life. And yet there's always a trace of sadness on the road, too.
One of the most amazing, inspiring museums a lot of people will (sadly) never get to visit is the National Museum Of Iraq in Baghdad.
Here are 34 reasons why I fell in love with the City of Light after studying there abroad, and why you will too.