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Key To The City

Key to the City

How to Do Florence Like You've Lived There for Years

Key to the City BY aleksa brown 07/13/2017
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Miki Nora Christopherson first came to Florence - the city where she now lives and creates her liquid-looking metal jewelry - by chance. Looking for a place to study art history abroad without speaking the language, Miki discovered a program in Tuscany's capital and promptly signed up. After meeting her husband there years later while visiting friends from that very same study abroad program and feeling "as though I was living in a novel," she figured it was about time to put down roots. And while we can't promise you an Italian romance, we can count on Miki to deliver a bang-up tour of her town. READ MORE
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Your So-Fresh Guide to Marrakech

Key to the City BY genevieve ang 07/12/2017
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When crisscrossing the globe in search of vintage beads is your day job, you get pretty good at travel research. Your standards for outta-this-world, non-work-related trips also end up being pretty high. That's most definitely the case for Ronni Kappos, who counts the American Southwest and Eastern Europe as her to-go spots for supplies - and in turn, picked Morocco for her next-level vacay. Come for the tiled interiors; stay for the mint tea, argan oil, and spa spoils - Ronni Kappos is here to show you the way. READ MORE
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The Queen of Kingston, New York, Shows You Around Town

Key to the City BY jane gauger 06/23/2017
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Three years ago, artist Theresa Drapkin and her husband took a spur-of-the-moment weekend trip away from NYC that ended up changing their lives. "We wanted to get out of town and randomly got an Airbnb in Kingston, part of the Hudson River Valley. It turned out to be a really funky, cool town, and Michael started looking into real estate right away," says Theresa. Now they live there full-time, and Theresa spends any moments she's not painting moody, impressionistic pastel still lifes helping Michael run their dreamy shop Kingston Wine Co. - oh, and visiting all the other ridiculously charming spots around town. READ MORE
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How to Eat and Drink Like a Champ in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Key to the City BY liz 05/05/2017
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What's that you say? Portsmouth, New Hampshire, isn't at the the tippy-top of your summer getaways list? Well, it should be - and don't take our word for it. Turn your attention to Emerson Fry, who fell so head-over-heels for the place that when she and her husband found a fixer-upper farmhouse, they put down an offer, packed up their NYC apartment, and became locals within the year. That was in 2008, and Emerson's love of Portsmouth, which is right smack between Boston and Portland, Maine, is still going as strong as a New England fisherman. One thing she raves about: the city's booming food scene - especially the seven spots that follow. READ MORE
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6 Delicious, Design-y Reasons to Move to Atlanta—or at Least Visit

Key to the City BY katie nave-freeman 04/25/2017
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If you haven't spent time in Atlanta lately (that ATL layover doesn't count), it's time you make the trip. Even before hitting the cultural zeitgeist thanks to Donald Glover's excellent show, the birthplace of Coca-Cola was undergoing a creative renaissance thanks to a zillion new restaurants, a super-cool greenway, and a whole bunch of other awesome things that Megan Huntz, clothing designer and native of the super hot city (which you should never, ever call Hotlanta) is about to tell you all about. READ MORE

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