By Eva Medoff, June 3rd, 2010
This decorating guru has designed some sleek interiors in New York establishments, making him a perfect source for information on the city scene. Check out the Venezuela-native’s picks, including Latin American restaurants and French cafés, all in the city that never sleeps.
To learn more about Angel Sanchez and his partner Christopher Coleman’s work, click here.
By Eva Medoff, June 2nd, 2010
Michael Gigl, director of North America and Australia in the Austrian tourist office in Salzburg, is out to prove there’s more to his hometown than simply The Sound of Music. Sure, it’s beautiful: “Approaching Salzburg by plane, you can see best how the landscape slowly changes from gently rolling hills and small lakes to impressive mountain ranges.” And certainly historical: “The birthplace of Mozart is a cultural hotspot of world renown.” To top it off, the Salzburg Music Festival celebrates its 90th anniversary this year. But if you find yourself traveling to this lakeside gem, check out some of Gigl’s other picks for a way to penetrate the city’s culture.
By Eva Medoff, June 1st, 2010
Christine Marchuska, of eco-friendly line c. Marchuska, makes sure that her line is sourced almost exclusively from American manufacturers and made entirely in New York City. That commitment to her local environment has made her a reliable source to mine for New York’s best spots and best-kept secrets—from eco-friendly boutiques to power happy hours.
To read more about c. Marchuska, click here.