Classic and timeless, the two adjectives that best describe Hotel Elysee don’t really do it justice. Built in the 1920’s and having all the accoutrements of that era in its look and feel, this hotel boasts much more
If location is everything in real estate, the Paramount Hotel New York has cornered the market. It is located mid-way between 7th and 8th Avenues on 46th Street, smack in the center of the theater district, surrounded by restaurants and 24/7 Times Square action
If you’re tired of the typical rooms in NYC hotels, where there’s little space to move around, and even less room for your luggage and clothes, then head over to The Kimberly. This is an all-suite hotel and every room, including the bathroom, is spacious
In the jungle, the giraffe stands out, towering above all others. It is imbued with grace, elegance and beauty. Likewise, in the hospitality world of New York City, the Hotel Giraffe stands out, towering above the mundane with its style, elegance and sophistication
The Old Yacht Club Inn is a cozy and sweet Bed & Breakfast one block from East Beach in Santa Barbara. It consists of the main Craftsman style house and another called Hitchcock House, where we stayed.
It’s definitely time for a Galveston UPDATE! The island is up and running – and a delightful place to visit. In fact, in 2009, Galveston Island was selected as the #1 attraction in Texas by leisure travelers outside of the state
Outside, the French Quarter may be bubbling over with tourists in various states of excitement and intoxication. Inside, the Hotel Monteleone is tranquil and sober, with a genteel mix of Southern charm and devilishness
Reading about relationships has become a rite of passage in these sexually complex times. Nobody seems to know anything about the opposite sex anymore. Los Angeles author, Marilyn Anderson, has turned her best selling relationship book into a comedy web series.
Susan Stafford, the original hostess on "Wheel Of Fortune," greeted over 200 guests including Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Rosey Grier, Sean Kanan, Rhonda Flemming, Charlene Tilton, Anne Jeffreys, James Van Patten, Kato Kaelin, Joe Bologna, Game Show Kings Wink Martindale and Peter Marshall
U.S. history. Musical history. Forbidden love. Jubilant singing. Delicious dancing. What combines all of these factors into an exuberant and exhilarating Broadway show? Memphis, the new Tony Award-winning musical now playing at the Shubert Theater
If you are lucky enough to be in New York between September 7 and October 2nd, 2010 there is a genuine entertainment treat at Feinstein’s at Loews Regency. It’s the unprecedented pairing of two veritable musical legends: Michael Feinstein and Barbara Cook
We had heard about the Saddle Peak Lodge for years, but in more than two decades of living in Los Angeles, we’d never been there. So on our way back from Santa Barbara one recent weekend, it felt like the perfect time to stop
The new musical, “Nightmare Alley,” opened at the Geffen Playhouse on April 21st. As you enter the theater, the faux circus tent and lights extending over the audience prepares you for the 1930’s carnival world you are about to enter
Equivocation tells the story of how Shakespeare is commissioned by King James to write the “true history” of England’s infamous Gunpowder Plot. With numerous contemporary parallels, Equivocation
is both classic and relevant
Before it was renamed back in the 1940’s, Taiwan was known as Formosa, meaning “Beautiful Island” in Portuguese. On our exciting circumnavigation of this exotic island by tour bus, it was easy to see why