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Ellen Himelfarb

July 4, 2017

Hanging out with Hockney

The recent David Hockney exhibition at London's Tate Britain put a spotlight on the artist and his long relationship with London,...
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February 27, 2017

Five Independent Boutiques in Rome that Combine the Old with the New

The interlocking cobblestones of Via Giulia were laid 500 years ago, commissioned by Pope Julius II along with the grand palazzos...
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February 7, 2017

An Inside Look at Theo’s at Hotel Indigo London Kensington

Not long ago, Kensington was a time capsule of stuccoed Victorian terraces, ivied pubs, and white-tablecloth restaurants that...
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January 23, 2017

Liverpool in 12 Hours

From York to Edinburgh, there is much to see in age-old British cities—best to stay on track with a schedule. Liverpool has...
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January 3, 2017

Five Parisian Restaurants with Gallery-Worthy Art

On a typical Paris morning you'll fight a scrum to get into the galleries, then scramble to find a standout lunch nearby. But what...
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December 12, 2016

Glasgow: Old Architecture Made New

When Glasgow first lit up (electrically) in the 1800s, it was run by small power stations built in the vernacular brown brick....
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December 8, 2016

London: Best seats in the house

Great food is a given in London these days. To impress, a restaurant must also offer a seat with distinction. London's design...
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