Jennifer Nalewicki

Jennifer Nalewicki

Freelance writer in Brooklyn

Jennifer Nalewicki is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer who has been published in The New York Times, Smithsonian, Interior Design, Scientific American, Hemispheres...

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Smithsonian Magazine

Take to the Skies in One of These Restored Vintage WWII Airplanes ...

Earn your wings and experience a slice of aviation history from the cockpit of a historic aircraft

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Smithsonian Magazine

Seven Places Reinventing the Christmas Tree | Travel | Smithsonian

From rocket gardens to tumbleweeds, here are some of the most imaginative holiday trees in the United States

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Smithsonian Magazine

Five Colossal Stone Portraits Around the World | Travel | Smithsonian

Carved out of rock, these massive monuments go beyond Mount Rushmore

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Smithsonian Magazine

The Electoral College Has Been Divisive Since Day One | History ...

It has always had the potential for chaos—one that hasn’t been tapped...yet

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Smithsonian Magazine

Why Winemakers are Turning to the Ancient Sport of Falconry to ...

Napa Valley vintners are finding this tried-and-true deterrent more effective than modern technology

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Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia

The First 5 Steps to Designing a Room | Martha Stewart

We asked an interior designer to share the first 5 things she thinks about when it comes to decorating a space.

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Fodor's

Exploring Denver by Rail

Denver's new airport rail lets visitors sample the best of the city. Here are our favorite attractions along the way.

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talesofthecocktail.com

The Botany of Vermouth

At one time, vermouth was better known for its medicinal qualities than its role as the backbone for Manhattans, martinis and other cocktails

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Fodor's

How to Explore Bermuda Without a Car

One thing that many travelers visiting Bermuda may not realize is that, unless you're a resident, it’s illegal to rent a car.

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extracrispy.com

How Cheerios Got Their Shape

Cheeri-spirals doesn't have quite the same ring to it

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Smithsonian Magazine

Underwater Pumpkin Carving Among the Wrecks in New York's ...

Just in time for Halloween, scuba divers test their Jack-o-lantern-making skills

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Smithsonian Magazine

Six Places on Earth That Scientists Say Look Like Other Planets ...

The eerie resemblance these locales have to Mars and beyond has attracted researchers for years

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CountryLiving

What to Do in Chatham, Massachusetts - Chatham, Massachusetts Travel Guide

For starters, it's home to one of the largest concentrations of Cape Cod-style houses in New England.

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Smithsonian Magazine

The Best Places to Go Gem Hunting in the US

From diamonds to emeralds, the United States is full of buried bling

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talesofthecocktail.com

London's Black Rock Bar is Making Whiskey More Accessible ...

Ordering a whiskey at the bar can be downright intimidating. Do you want it on the rocks or neat? Single barrel or blend?