Archive | October, 2010

Church & State – Los Angeles

Posted on 22 October 2010

So, I met the Zoub at Church & State for dinner last week.  As a Francophile, I’m always up for French cuisine. Church and State is downtown on Industrial Way, at the base of the Biscuit Factory Lofts. It’s definitely somewhat of a commitment, since there’s not much of anything nearby.   Although, I have been […]

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Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival 2010- San Francisco, CA

Posted on 21 October 2010

While crossing John F. Kennedy Drive, I could already feel the bass from the Outside Lands Main Stages. The excitement gave me chills as we entered the venue. After walking down the rocky path through the park, we joined an eclectic crowd of hipsters all anticipating their favorite artist to take the stage. The three […]

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Special Apartments – Paris

Posted on 17 October 2010

If you are going to Paris, the best place to stay is not a hotel, but a “Special Apartment”. For the same price as an average hotel room,  at Special Apartments, you can choose among a beautiful and unique selection of Parisian rental apartments: studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments, with accommodation for up […]

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CHLOE EARLY: “Birdsong and Machine Sounds”

Posted on 12 October 2010

Opening Reception Saturday, October 23, 2010 from 7‑10pm
On View October 23 – November 10, 2010

This October, Corey Helford Galley is pleased to present one of its most highly anticipated fall solo exhibitions featuring new works by Chloe Early.

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Wallse – West Village

Posted on 12 October 2010

On a dark and gloomy Sunday night in Manhattan, heavy showers punctuate my arrival to the residential streets of the West Village, more precisely the corner of West 11th St and Washington, the location of the Austrian restaurant : WALLSE Wallse is a 15th century village along the Danube (about 80 miles from Vienna) and […]

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Gnocco – East Village

Posted on 11 October 2010

New Yorkers can easily consider themselves spoiled when it comes to Italian food in the city. A great deal of restaurants compete for authenticity and great Italian cuisine. Yet harder to find is a place that breaks from a somewhat standardized New York Italian menu while remaining a warm and unpretentious establishment. That hard to […]

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The Royalton – NYC

Posted on 04 October 2010

In retrospect, standing outside the Royalton for the first time was a delightful moment. As though hand-carved in high relief out of monolithic stone, the hotel’s façade and bright red double-door, flanked by majestic Ionic columns, signaled perfectly what was to come—namely, a truly transporting experience. The lobby, recently redesigned in 2007 by the New […]

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Hotel Skeppsholmen – Stockholm

Posted on 04 October 2010

It’s sounds like a dream to stay in a hotel on an island, but in Stockholm this could become reality. It’s actually quite easy, just book Skeppsholmen Hotel on the homonym lush island. Don’t worry you don’t have to rely on any boat to explore the city, the island is connected by a bridge to […]

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Highpoint Bistro & Bar – Chelsea

Posted on 01 October 2010

The busy and impersonal streets of 7th avenue and the 20ths streets have finally found a cozy yet modern American Bistro. Highpoint Bistro and bar recently opened offers an innovative American cuisine spiced up with some world fusion accents. The menu offers a great variety of fish and meat entrees based on local tri-state area […]