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7 Great Canadian Gay Watering Holes To Add To Your Bucket List

2 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

If the presidential election goes a certain way, a lot of people will be apartment hunting in Toronto and Vancouver. Fortunately, it could be a lot worse: both cities boast beautiful parks, great ‘hoods, and some of the best gay bars and bartenders in the world. In celebration of the Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic, vote [...]

The Four Best New City Hotels for 2016 [SLIDESHOW]

From Miami Beach to Marrakech, these are the year’s top luxury-hotel debuts…

At Hanjip in Culver City, Jonathan Gold says get the stuff you don't see at other Korean BBQ joints

The essential dish at Hanjip is probably the rib-eye, a handsome steak, prime or close to it, grilled to a beautiful medium rare. There is nothing like a steakhouse char on the meat — an attractive bronzing at best — and there is nothing in the way of a crust or aggressive seasoning, but the flavor...

Mafia 3 devs used the best parts of New Orleans to create New Bordeaux

The various districts which make up New Orleans and the bayou surrounding the Crescent City are a sight to behold. The developers of Mafia 3 know this, and used the best parts from this legendary city to create New Bordeaux. Mafia 3 devs used the best parts of New Orleans to create New Bordeaux According to […]

The Best Brunches in New York City

Has there ever been such a controversial meal as brunch? "Diners love it, chefs hate it," says Andrew Parks in his defense of brunch—and we can't side with the haters. Was there ever such a good opportunity to indulge a love of comfort food? These ten spots do it best—make time to try these Traveler-approved best brunches in NYC.

Where and what to eat for brunch in L.A.

Brunch in Los Angeles has never been better. Some of this city's best chefs, including Ari Taymor (Alma), Nancy Silverton (Mozza) and Michael Cimarusti (Providence, Connie and Ted's) have recently introduced brunch at their restaurants. Here's a short list of where to go, and what to eat and drink when...

The 10 Designers You Need to Know from NYCxDESIGN

NYCxDESIGN, the city’s two week long celebration of all things design, brought the best creatives in the business to New York for the past two weeks. Now in its fourth year, New York’s Design Week brought designers, curators and media insiders together for two weeks of busy commercial fairs, major museum exhibitions—the works of Isaac […]

10 Reasons To Visit Scottsdale

Golf, spas, and Major League Baseball spring training are just some of the things Scottsdale is best known for, but there’s much more to this lovely Arizona city. Visitors will find stunning hotels, innovative restaurants, impressive cultural institutions, and natural beauty. Ready to plan your trip? Read on to discover 10 reasons to visit Scottsdale. —Michael Alan Connelly

Minneapolis Parks Are Best in U.S. According to New Study

The Minnesota city came out on top in the Trust for Public Land's 2016 ParkScore rankings Ever wondered how your city stacks up against others across the U.S. when it comes to the accessibility of wide open spaces (namely, parks)? AShow More Summary

10 Shocking Numbers Behind The Struggles Of Stephen Curry, Draymond Green And The Warriors

VideoThe Golden State Warriors, perhaps the best team in basketball history, are on the brink of elimination in the Western Conference Finals. The surging Oklahoma City Thunder have managed to find the formula to stifle the Warriors, winners of a record 73 games in the regular season,to go up3-1 heading into [...]

These U.S. Cities Are Best Prepared to Adapt to Climate Change

While many municipalities have plans to cope with higher temperatures and rising sea levels, few have developed detailed strategies to implement them. Depending on where you live, climate change could lead to longer and hotter summers, heavier downpours, frequent flooding, and more intense wildfires. Show More Summary

Track: City Section championships are set for Thursday at Birmingham

Berths in next week's state track and field championships will be on the line on Thursday night, along with the chance to be best in the City Section. The City Section track and field championships at Birmingham High should produce lots of celebrating from Carson athletes, because the Colts are...

Real Housewives of New York City's Dorinda Disinvites Sonja From the Berkshires Like a Boss

Ladies and gentlemen, if you've ever wanted to know the very best way to rescind an invitation to a friend on the outs, while still appearing sympathetic to their cause, look no further than...

NBA playoff scores 2016: Russell Westbrook is leading the Thunder by doing what he's always done

The relentless play of one of the league's best point guards has the Thunder one win away from a trip to the NBA Finals. Russell Westbrook has never changed. Not when he was Kevin Durant's co-star while leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to the 2012 NBA Finals. Show More Summary

Can't Hire Police

Even in Texas, where the police are generally viewed more positively: Dallas is an attractive city, and its skyline one of the best in the world.But, apparently, it's not attractive when it comes to recruiting police officers."It's getting...Show More Summary

Chatsworth, El Camino Real advance to City Section final at Dodger Stadium

It’s only fitting that Dodger Stadium will be the site on Saturday to settle the latest annual duel between Chatsworth and El Camino Real to decide the best high school baseball team in the City Section. Combined, they’ve won 17 Division I titles. This season, they split their two-game series in...

Facetime: Network Upfronts in Full Swing

This week, across New York City, tv networks presented the best of their talent, programming and execs to advertisers in a bid to the fall lineup. Samantha Bee got laughs from the crowd at Turner’s upfront, while Chicago Fire’s Taylor Kinney impressed at the EW party. Check out the rest below.

Peru: The Destination With a Little Bit of Everything

When we travel, we try to pack an entire life experience in the span of a week. Typically we seek out the best of both worlds: ocean breezes and mountain views, metropolitan cities with a deep sense of culture embedded into them, or a pampered vis... via JustLuxe.com

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