Category Archives: Travel

Frisco Feast, T Travel Winter 2009

In the 1990s, boutiques and bars popped up between the Latino watering holes in San Francisco’s Mission District. Now the neighborhood is experiencing another surge, as a handful of Italian restaurants are bringing culinary sophistication to an area known more for burritos as big as your head… Continue reading

Style Map Athens, T Design Fall 2009

The opening of Bernard Tschumi’s glass-and-concrete New Acropolis Museum this summer was symbolic: a city known for its obsession with looking backward had finally resolved to carve a place for itself in contemporary culture. Of course, those in the know have been tracking Athens’s creative ascent for years now — with its growing reputation as an emerging art hub and a design community that’s increasingly pushing boundaries, Greece’s capital has more to offer than ancient ruins. Continue reading

Belgrade’s Upgrade, T Travel Fall 2009

THE BUZZ With Serbia’s economy in turnaround, Belgrade’s cool factor is on the rise. The culturati who used to flee westward for work are staying around or returning to open boutiques, restaurants and design studios. Continue reading

Style Map Brussels, T Design Winter 2008

Brussels is essentially the Washington, D.C., of Belgium: a city mired in politics and consistently overshadowed (at least in terms of fashion) by Antwerp, its neighbor to the north. But behind closed doors, this famously conservative capital has always trumped Antwerp for collectors and creators of art and design. Lately, that energy has begun turning Brussels into a cultural destination for everyone to enjoy… Continue reading

Columbus Cool, T Travel Fall 2007

Most travelers don’t give much thought to Ohio. But in the last few years, Columbus has undergone a transformation. By luring young professionals to its homegrown empires like the Limited and Abercrombie & Fitch, the city has seen a flurry of downtown development — and gained an unexpected new profile as a Midwestern style capital. Continue reading

Guide to Grythyttan, Travel and Leisure August 2007

Once the secret wilderness escape of in-the-know Scandinavians, Grythyttan—about three hours outside Stockholm—has become a destination with true world-class appeal. Continue reading