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New York


Locks, Legends, and Canals

New York State became the Empire State because of its waterways. The state is bounded by the St. Lawrence River, the Great Lakes, and the Atlantic Ocean; plus, the Hudson River and the New York State Canal System provide access… (more)

Award-winning Hutchins BBQ to showcase their “Sizzling Texas ‘Cue” to locals

I love James Beard. I have all his cookbooks, although I read them more for inspiration than use them for recipes. In general, I would rather read about and taste food than cook it. I have attended the New York… (more)

Visit Cooperstown for Baseball and Much More

Otsego County’s most iconic destination is the pretty village of Cooperstown, dubbed “America’s Hometown.” The name “Cooperstown” is often used as a metaphor for the Baseball Hall of Fame, but Otsego County is a multi-season destination that also lures the… (more)

Waldorf Salad and 1000 Island Dressing with an Shanghai flair

I have always felt a personal connection with the Waldorf Astoria even though it been years since I have stayed at the one in NYC. My husband, John, and I live near the 1000 Islands where, George Boldt, the owner… (more)

Memorializing America’s tragic past

“We will never forget.” This is a poignant statement that we have all heard relating to tragic events in history. In many ways the National September 11 Memorial Museum, which opened on May 21, 2014 following an eight-year odyssey of… (more)

A Visit to Long Island’s North Fork

 Eastern Long Island’s best kept secret may not be hidden for much longer. The North Fork with its thriving wineries, burgeoning culinary scene, nostalgic farm stands and countryside landscape is becoming all the rage for many vacationers. In contrast… (more)

NY Theater: “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” shows the triumph of a woman and her art

Clever, charming, sometimes funny, this show is always schmaltzy and delightful. Carole King was an icon of her time, getting past the limitations set for her (‘be a teacher,’ said her mom), reflecting women’s desires and hurts, and then great… (more)

Awaken and Center Yourself in NY

Awaken and center yourself via a yoga retreat, pursuit of learning paths or trekking a mountain trail in New York. Across the state, centers for yoga and relaxation are designed to tone, calm, and renew your spirit. At… (more)

Is there More Romance in a Historic Hotel?

Make your own history while retracing noteworthy steps and inspiring love stories in a historical setting around the nation this winter. Certain prestigious properties which have maintained authenticity, sense of place, and architectural integrity in the United States, including… (more)