Peter Nappi Studio, Nashville, TN. Photo courtesy of Peter Nappi.

These Historical Buildings Have Been Repurposed Into Amazing Accommodations & Cultural Spaces

If you want to spend more time in charming historical buildings, consider staying in one of these unique accommodations or visiting some of America’s most interesting art galleries, community spaces and museums. All of them honor their historic roots while […]

Lana Purse. Photo courtesy of Love41.

Holiday Gift Guide: Top Globally Conscious Items To Give Loved Ones This Year

Traveling the world can open your eyes to larger issues than whether you bought the perfect holiday sweater or which shoes you should add to your already extensive collection. Fortunately, giving holiday gifts can be a selfless activity this holiday season, thanks to globally-conscious […]

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Trip Tips: A Local’s Guide To Buenos Aires, Argentina

Looking to travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina? Epicure & Culture caught up with Andres M, a Buenos Aires local tour guide, to learn how travelers can immerse themselves in local culture, savor tasty delicacies and go beyond the guidebook in […]

Marathon de Medoc.

Quirky Travel: Top 15 Unusual Wine Tastings And Experiences Around The World

Do you love wine but are tired of traditional wine tastings? Bored of dry crackers, stiff stools at wine bars and snobbish sommeliers? Spice up the way you experience wine with the world’s top unusual experiences centered around fermented grapes. […]

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Top Places In Copenhagen For Danish Design Nerds

One thing Copenhagen, Denmark, is well-known for its functionalist design and Neo-Modernist architecture. While buildings incorporate steel, glass, wood, natural stone, brick and gravity-defying layouts into their designs, local artists continuously make advancements with inventions like the Egg Chair and […]

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Philadelphia: The City That Asks The Question, ‘Why Not?’

“This city will always have my heart,” D says to me, as we drive across the Delaware River into Philadelphia by way of our favorite two-dollar bridge. “Ann Arbor might be your new home for the next four years, but […]