Daryl Roth: Broadway's Living Legend
By Bob Nesoff
After a lifetime in journalism you get to meet many people in high places. There are politicians, business moguls, A-list entertainers and many more. After a while it becomes easy to see who the “real people” are and who have pretensions and breathe only rarified air...
A Lifeline For First Responders
By Bob Nesoff
Since the terrible days of 911 many of those who spent hours, days and weeks on what was then called “The Pile,” have lost their lives because of the foul air they breathed. The paper masks given to them proved worthless and many of these heroes began coming down with lung disease, emphysema, cancer and more ailments...
Editor’s Letter: From The Editors Desk
By Bob Nesoff
When you receive a compliment from a person such as Rick Sylvain, it ranks as the highest form of praise. Rick is the recently retired head of Public Relations for Walt Disney World in Florida, a post in which he served with distinction for more than 20 years....
The Truth About Clever Little Lies
By George Spelvin | Photo by Matthew Murphy
Producers Joan Raffe, Jhett Tolentino, and Douglas Denoff have announced that George Merrick will complete the cast of two time Tony Award®-winner Joe DiPietro’s critically acclaimed new comedy Clever Little Lies. Opening night, originally announced for Wednesday, October 14th, is now set for Monday...
Jim Kierstead's Take On Hot, Upcoming Shows
By Jim Kierstead
It’s that time of year when the barbeques and vacations wind down and life gets back to business as usual. But there’s something that we can all look forward to! And that’s the start of the new fall season on Broadway!...
Driving The Beautiful California Coast
By Keri Zane
magine a leisurely drive up the California Coastline. Start at Coronado, the southernmost island off the shore and continue north until you reach the rugged sheep dotted cliffs at the Oregon state line. Add a touch of romance by spending 9 nights at a different unique boutique hotel every night. Put it all together with insider tips from the owners ...
Chicago's Art And Relaxation
By Jodie Jacobs
If the planets were in the proper alignment you would have a week to enjoy Chicago’s neighborhoods, museums, festivals and food (yes it has become a foodie town). However, when it is conferences and business meetings that bring you to the city, you need to know what to shoehorn in during your free time....
Sweet Home Alabama: A Taste Of Mobile
Mona L. Hayden
Like many vacationers, you may have traveled through Mobile on the way to the beaches of Florida or to New Orleans. However, this city definitely merits recognition as a prime destination for any traveler...
Rocky Mountain High: By Train
By Jon Haggins | Photos by Laurel Van Horn
Vancouver is a port city surrounded by water from where many ships arrive and depart. It’s also the third largest city in Canada. We stayed at the Fairmont Vancouver Hotel, a four star property with all the amenities, even a pillow boutique, where one can select a preferred pillow. The dining experience was exceptional with the freshest local produce and meats...
Kohler, An All-Around Destination
By Jodie Jacobs
Imagine playing at Kohler’s Whistling Straits on the Straits course that hosted 2015 PGA championship and will host the 2020 Ryder Cup. The famed Pete Dye course is just one clue that Kohler, WI is way more than a place that manufactures bathroom and kitchen fixtures...
Alaska: Still The Last Frontier
Story and photos by Irwin and Paula Nesoff
As the state’s license plates proudly proclaim, Alaska is the “Last Frontier.” This vast state, one-fifth the size of the continental U.S., is larger than Texas, California and Montana combined. Because of its immense size and vast distances, most people who visit only see a very small portion of the state...
NYC: As Many Jewish Sites as in Israel
By Sandy Nesoff
The old saying indicates that “travel broadens one’s perspective,” but it often overlooks your own backyard. London is fabulous; Paris is romantic; Venice is exquisite, Rome is historic. Then there’s New York. Seasoned travelers will tell you that you often miss what’s in your own backyard...
St. Francis Food Pantries and Shelters
By Dale Reynolds
In an ever-increasingly affluent society the hard fact of life is that there are literally millions of our neighbors who have no home, no livelihood and far too little to eat. Government at all levels provides some of the basic needs, but the need is far too great...
Life Gone by in NYC... the Tenement Museum
By Stephanie & Jeff Sylva
The year is 1883. You are 14 years old and recently arrived in a strange city in a new country. You live in a cramped, dingy one-bedroom apartment with your parents and five siblings. You are cold because there is no heat; you are hungry because the family shared a meager meal for dinner; you need to...
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