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Earth Day NYC

It’s officially Spring and we’re excited for the upcoming events surrounding sustainability that come with it. This year is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and there seems to be no better place to celebrate then at Earth Day NYC which, will take over Union Square on April 23rd. Billed as the “most high-traffic Earth […]

Cherry Blossoms

After a long winter of frigid temperatures and unforgiving snow storms, many of us are ready to hang up our heavy jackets in exchange for t-shirts and shorts. And if the rising daily temperatures tell us anything, it’s that it isn’t too early to start planning our spring getaways. From foodie-inspired events and flower festivals […]

Burlington Vermont Statue

Across Lake Champlain in the Adirondacks is the vibrant college town of Burlington, Vermont. Its youthful spirit makes it a cool destination to relax in, local brews in hand; and its size makes it an ideal car-free getaway. Charmingly New England, with a refreshingly indie flare, Burlington welcomes visitors with locally-focused dining and plentiful opportunities […]

Providence Winter Skyline

By Allison Tibaldi and Josh Laskin With 2019 finally here, many of us are thinking about our travel plans for the upcoming year. And with places like Singapore, Iceland and Peru getting so much attention as of late, it’s easy to overlook what’s going on right here in our backyard. From downtown farmer’s markets to […]

Apple Festival Photo

The combination of beer, apples and foliage make fall the best time to spend a weekend at a festival. Today we offer the second edition of our guide to fall festivals – this one focusing on our home state of New York. Hop on a bus or train for one of these five New York […]

outdoor winery photo

Long Island’s East End has a sustainable soul. Generations before it became a summer hotbed for city folk, the region was populated with farmers and fishermen who made their living off the land and sea. Today, many locals are passionate about maintaining the area’s agricultural roots. Here are seven ways to support their efforts to […]

Brooklyn Cider House

New Paltz offers a mixture of hippy boutiques, historic sites and classic Hudson Valley nature. The area is well known to New Yorkers as the home of the Mohonk Mountain House but you don’t need to spend $600 per night to enjoy the local beauty and history. A $22 bus ticket will whisk you from […]

Marche Jean-Talon Montreal Food Market

Montreal is a foodie’s dream that’s also an easy trip from NYC via Amtrak. There’s truly something for every taste bud under the sun in Montreal. The city’s French influence adds to its culinary desirability. From crepes to chocolate croissants and fondue, you can go from breakfast to lunch into dinner with French food as […]

stowe skier

Tucked away in the heart of New England, Stowe is known for its ski resort. With its stunning natural setting and easy access to outdoor activities, a visit to Stowe is the ultimate restorative. The quaint village is home to a general store, cute coffee shops, and boutiques where you can idle the day away. […]