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Fashion plus function

Fashion plus function

San Francisco-based Rickshaw Bagworks lets you custom-design your own messenger or commuter bag, tablet or computer sleeve, backpack, or zippered folio for travel documents.
Luxe lunches

Luxe lunches

Lunch at NYC's finest eateries is a pleasure.
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New Hampshire Commission Runs Campaigns for Veterans
By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe Correspondent If you find yourself up in the Granite State anytime soon and want to help our veterans, consider this:...
Sagamore in N.Y. offering 'March Madness' deals
By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe CorrespondentIt’s pretty chilly in upstate New York, but a fine time to find deals. The Sagamore, an AAA Four-Diamond Award...
Little Italy

Little Italy eats

Enjoy old world and modern Italian eateries.
Sample treats

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A semester in England

A semester in England

A passion for travel writing and English literature led Alexandra Churchill, a junior majoring in journalism at the University of New Hampshire, to Gonville and Caius College at the University of Cambridge in England.
New hotels in New York City

New hotels in New York City

For New York’s annual influx of holiday travelers, deciding where to stay is harder than ever. More than 2,700 hotel rooms were added to the city’s inventory this year. Here are some of the newest spots to check-in.
Salt air, smoothies, the slow take on Montauk

Salt air, smoothies, the slow take on Montauk

Past the glitz and glamour of the tony Hamptons, Montauk is a sleepy village determined to retain its charm. For many, it’s a quintessential surf town, a dusty throwback to the ease and simplicity of summers past.
The place to learn how to take a punch

The place to learn how to take a punch

Gleason’s is an everyman’s gym with aged equipment made from wood and iron, and no-frills weights and treadmills. It’s not the shiny fitness center that makes you feel good about getting into shape, but the purposeful place to do it.
Uptown

Uptown

Perhaps no other area in New York so eagerly honors its history as Harlem, with streets renamed for Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. and 10-foot-tall, 2-ton statue of Harriet Tubman leaning over Central Park.
Men's shopping tour

Men's shopping tour

“Insider’’ shopping tours for women, has launched a tour for fashion-savvy male travelers.
The new guard in the kitchens across the river

The new guard in the kitchens across the river

Brooklyn has always been a good place for a meal out, but the borough's recently resettled culinary scene has an new appreciation for the innovative and trendy.
Keeping your feet high above the Hudson

Keeping your feet high above the Hudson

The Walkway Over the Hudson connects the small industrial city of Poughkeepsie, on the Hudson’s east bank, with the hamlet of Highland, on the west.

Straight-up retro

Straight-up retro

The classic cocktail is back, and so is classic speakeasy style.
New York City

Arrested development

Stroll Greenwich Village, SoHo, Washington Square and celebrate the legacy of Jane Jacobs's battle against urban renewal.
Chinatown treats and tastes

Chinatown treats and tastes

With an insider’s take on Chinatown, the author steers the throngs of New York tourists to a snack, a dinner, or a drink.
Explore art in NYC

Explore art in NYC

Art is a way of life in New York.