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Travel can feel rushed nowadays. If you’re looking to slow down and revisit old world elegance when traveling, Anne Morgan Scully-president of McCabe World Travel -recommends doing so by train. “Train travel is really on the up,” she says.
Renowned house and techno DJ Claude VonStroke may be the face of Dirtybird-his independent electronic music record label representing some of the most distinguished names in the industry-but the company is actually run by a group of women. Dirtybird, which won No.
Arvid Rosengren pours himself a small glass of wine, swishing it around in his mouth before discreetly spitting it into a container. He walks to the table that ordered the bottle and pours it for them, confident in its taste. Rosengren says he samples wine about a hundred times a night, but never gets bored of it.
New York City is on track to becoming recognized as a destination for techno and house music again through the help of industry figures such as Rob Toma who create specialized events. “I think as much as in the last couple of years New York is on the come up again, especially with this type of music,” he says.
Just 30 miles north of New York City in Pocantico Hills lies Blue Hill at Stone Barns, an upscale restaurant located at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture.
In one week, renowned DJs and producers from around the world will come together in Florida for Miami Music Week -a six day event focused on electronic dance music. If you’re looking for a laid-back start to your Saturday morning (or an end to your late Friday night out), get breakfast with acclaimed producer Gary Richards.
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) are bringing their bespoke geometrical architectural style to Melbourne, Australia. The renowned architectural firm is constructing a $330 million AUD (or about $ 260.5 million USD) 19-story residential tower for UEM Sunrise property developers.
Winter may be coming in six months, but this summer Game of Thrones fans can raise a glass with one another at a new 3,000-square-foot “Pop-Up Bar” (PUB) in Washington, D.C., inspired by the cult HBO series based on George R.R. Martin’s novels.