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Love music but not a big fan of country? That’s not a problem in Nashville. Music City has more than 150 live music venues where, in addition to country, you can hear everything from rock ‘n’ roll to classical. Check out these non-country hot spots and attractions the next... Read More

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Getting a drink at Beehive is a fun thing to do at night in Boston (open after midnight)

Puritan-style laws have long been the bane of Boston’s nightlife scene — especially since the last T subway trains leave the station at 1 a.m. on weekends. Happily, that’s all about to change. Come spring, all T routes and select bus routes will extend their late night service to... Read More

6 Reasons to Visit Bucharest

Travelers in Eastern Europe have trodden the same paths through Prague, Krakow, and Budapest for years. But further east lies the majestic city of Bucharest, home to almost 2 million people, and the capital of dark, moody Romania. Recently, the country has begun capitalizing on its natural appeal to... Read More

Planning a block party can be a lot of work. You’ve got to secure permits, book entertainment, and prepare enough food to stave off a riot. It’s never easy to be the party planner, but being the guest at a well-orchestrated bash is a blast. Don’t fret, enthusiastic-but -unorganized... Read More

etymotic headphones headsets

Airplanes can be noisy places thanks to the engines, several hundred people sitting around you, and those pesky crying babies. There are plenty of noise-cancelling headphones out there but they have two major drawbacks: price and size. Noise-cancelling headphones typically cost more than $200 and tend to be bulky... Read More

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In case you missed it, Austin just wrapped up the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) music, film, and interactive festival. Hundreds of thousands of industry insiders and fans descended upon the city of about 800,000 residents for five nights and four days packed full of music showcases, parties, film... Read More

Southwest InAirtainment

Southwest Airlines has launched a new program called InAirtainment to kick off the new Wi-Fi offered on some of its flights (to be featured fleet-wide by the end of 2012). InAirtainment is essentially free access to iTunes in the sky, featuring the same top songs, music videos, games, television... Read More


Given this year’s sky-high airfares to Europe and that unpronounceable Icelandic volcano’s erratically pesky eruptions, French-speaking Montreal just north of the U.S. border is worth a serious look for a romantic rendezvous. Not only is the city known for its charming hotels and fabulous food scene but June to... Read More

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With its ritzy shops and well-heeled crowd, Bal Harbour (on the outskirts of Miami) isn’t a place that usually evokes value in people’s minds. Yet lately the community has been rolling out all kinds of amenities that I think will leave any traveler–whether she’s staying at the super-swanky... Read More


January 18th is a day of infamy. Although not a national holiday (yet) it is, for many, a day of observance. For it marks the birth of a king. The King of Rock ‘N Roll. While Elvis’ birthday may have already come and gone, Music City is ready to keep... Read More

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We just caught wind of an exclusive party package offered at the W Times Square that will get you into one of the year’s hottest parties. Hosted by Beyonce, Jamie Foxx, The Fray, Gavin DeGraw, Chris Webber, and more, with a special performance by OneRepublic, Esquire Magazine’s Seventh Annual... Read More

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Each winter, reggae fans flock to the Bob Marley Birthday Bash in Jamaica – held in memory of the musical icon, this summer they’ve got yet another reason to celebrate July marks the one-year anniversary of the grand opening of the Marley Resort and Spa, located not in Jamaica... Read More


The 30th annual Montréal Jazz Festival will feature more than 650 performances by the world’s top jazz, blues, and world music artists from June 30 through July 12. Known as one of the world’s largest jazz festivals, the event will stage headline concerts by musicians like Stevie Wonder, John... Read More


Be the first to sail in the waters of the Mediterranean this spring on a spanking new ship – at rates up to 74% off! The Costa Pacifica will be taking its 8-night maiden voyage on June 6, and surprisingly, prices start from as little as $799. That’s a... Read More