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Originally published February 4th, 2015. It wasn’t until filming the pilot for Suits that I began to know New York. And it wasn’t until a good year after that, that I began to know New York well. I found my nook. My downtown: a little grubby, a little rough around the... read on

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Malta

01 / 23 / 2017

Originally published on March 27th, 2015. When asked to go to Malta to not only discover the beautiful island, but also the land from which my great grandmother hailed, I said yes without hesitation. It’s Malta! A beautiful jewel of an island dotted in the Mediterranean between Sicily, Tunisia, and... read on

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When the team at the ever-so-chic Citiphile asked me to share my favorite gems in one specific New York neck of the woods, I was over the moon to give my hit list of the most charming neighborhood I could think of: the West Village. With its cobblestone streets, mom... read on

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Insider's Guide to Paris

12 / 30 / 2016

Oh, how I love the city of lights. Yes, it has been romanticized in our minds, from cinematic shots of the Eiffel Tower to long walks on the River Seine — from “Before Sunrise” to “Amélie” to Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless.” The food, the accent, the je ne sais quoi of... read on

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To us, there’s no better antidote to relieve the stresses of the daily grind than the feeling of sand between your toes and some warm sun kissing your skin. Today we’re finding the perfect spot to do just that in the little-known beach town of Trancoso, Brazil. And it’s all thanks to Courtney Adamo, fellow travel... read on

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Today on The Tig we’re traveling up the Hudson River from the bustling streets of New York City to the picturesque countryside of the Catskills. A favorite haunt for weekenders and year-round residents alike, this area of rolling hills and quaint villages provides the perfect getaway for people like Amanda Blakley,... read on

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