Viewing: Arts & Culture

Saugerties NY: Up-cycled For your Visiting Pleasure

WHY GO: Budget Travel Magazine once deemed Saugerties one of the Ten Coolest Towns in America, but I’ll also add that it’s one of the most down-to-earth, friendly and community minded, with not just one, but two independent bookstores. (As well as an indie movie theater and a slew of owner-run shops). So, it’s no big surprise that […] Read more

Salem, MA Without Witches

WHY GO: Thought Salem was all about witches?  Make a beeline to the electrifying Peabody Essex Museum to discover that’s just not so.  Though Salem, Massachusetts is most associated with the Witch Trials, you can spend a few days here without experiencing anything witch-related at all.  One of the nation’s best – and dare we […] Read more

Royal Sonesta Boston MA: Better Than Ever in 2019

You can just skip right on over to the Boston Museum of Science, or dip your toes in the Charles River from the back door of the Royal Sonesta Boston – a hotel in Cambridge MA that can honestly bill itself as a Modern Art Museum ever since it opened in 1964. At the time, […] Read more

Cambridge, MA Adventures

WHY GO: Because, with MIT, Harvard and Google within blocks of each other, Cambridge encompasses the highest concentration of brainiacs in the country. Don’t you want to tap into that?  Walk though Harvard Yard or the MIT Campus on a humid spring evening, and you may stumble across a world-renowned scientist in passionate debate with […] Read more

Date Worthy Things To Do In Orlando Besides Theme Parks

Why Go: If you’ve ever wondered what Central Florida would be like without Disney World, Universal Studios, and glitzy International Drive, then look no further than the cities of Sanford and Winter Park. Known as the “Historic Waterfront Gateway City” because of access to Lake Monroe and St. Johns River, Sanford is gaining a reputation for its […] Read more

Aspire at Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort, Uncasville CT

The soaring geometric glass towers of Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino appear suddenly – and startlingly – as you round a curve in the remote rolling hills along the Thames River in southeastern Connecticut. One of these modernist towers now houses Aspire, a “hotel within a hotel” with renovated rooms, butler service, complimentary breakfast, lunch […] Read more

Boston MA: Immersed in Art – Good, Bad and Yours

WHY GO: You’ve seen Boston. Now, delve in! This getaway exposes you to art: Good, Bad and Yours. Poke around one of the Granddaddys of the Art Museum world, find avant-garde art in a waterfront box of glass, hunt for terrible compositions in a movie-house basement, talk to artists and gallery owners on a private tour […] Read more

15 Lesser Known But Laudable Art Museums and Studios In Northeast USA

Last year, I compiled this list of the Lesser Known Art Museums in the Northeast for Huffington Post. Like the above referenced art galleries, the following small city and smaller town Art Museums, Artists home studios, and Art Centers in the Northeast are also often overlooked and shouldn’t be. Stop in to any of the […] Read more

Best College Art and History Museums In the Northeast USA

If you haven’t discovered the Art Museum on your kid’s college campus, chances are you are missing out. Some of these museums are World Class, sharing equal status with much larger and well-known institutions. One, the Colby College Museum of Art, claims the largest art collection in the State of Maine. Another, the Harvard Museum […] Read more

Corning NY: Glass and Western Art, plus a Great Feminist Bookstore

WHY GO: When Thomas Edison required a “glass envelope” for his electric light, he asked the geniuses at Corning Glass to engineer something that would withstand the high temperature of the fragile filaments. The scientists came up with the design we still use today – the light bulb. Established in 1851, Corning Glass Works moved […] Read more

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