Jennifer Nalewicki is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer who has been published in The New York Times, Smithsonian, Interior Design, Scientific American, Hemispheres...
Bartenders are going wild for these lesser-known, rainforest-grown fruits
For far too long, Sicily has received a bad rap, be it for its association with overly sweet Marsala cooking wine to its ties to the less-than-sweet mafia.
Taipei has an abundance of wacky locales that are truly unique to the city.
Deep within the Amazonia Valley of Venezuela sits Destileria Unidas S.A. (DUSA), home of award-winning rum producer Diplomático.
Send the Musée de la Civilisation a photo, and it will match you with an ancient statue
From bars and restaurants to off-the-beaten-path glamping experiences, these yurts are perfect for a cozy winter adventure.
Don’t overlook these tiny statues in cities around the world
The New-York Historical Society’s newest exhibit delves into the history of the city’s once-turbulent ink scene
The picturesque village of Giethoorn is best navigated by boat (or ice skate)
Scientists estimate that Nördlingen and the surrounding area contain approximately 72,000 tons of the gemstone
A new book of photography brings the late author’s Mississippi homestead to life
The White House isn’t the only presidential address worth visiting this inauguration year
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Not too long ago, a bartender was someone who would pour you a drink while offering you sage advice.