Busking in NYC comes with many stereotypes, which one musical saw-playing woman is working to slash (while also bringing people together). Here’s how.
For those passionate about eating ethically and exploring meat-free and NYC vegan culture, the NY Vegetarian Food Festival isn’t to be missed. The festival was started in 2011 by Sarah Gross and Nira Paliwoda, two women passionate about living a healthy, […]
By Jessie on a Journey Love long distance hiking trails? Have you ever wanted to walk in solitude, finding your own inner piece and immersing yourself in local cultures along the way? The idea isn’t as impossible as it may […]
Wine and perfume aren’t a notorious match. Sometimes, however, pairing the unlikely leads to innovative concepts that work surprisingly well. This is what happened with New York’s first “scent sommelier” Kelly Jones, founder of Kelly & Jones‘ Notes of Wine […]
I’m an fan of getting to know a city through not only its food, but its purveyors and delicious small businesses. On a recent trip to Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, I signed up for a tour with Ljubljananjam Food Walks, created […]
Looking to explore Medellin, Colombia, like a local? Epicure & Culture caught up with Pablo Alvarez-Correa, founder of Real City Tours S.A.S, to get his take on how to get to know the city beyond the typical tourist sites. 1. […]