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Key To The City

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The 5 Greatest Live-Music Spots in Brooklyn

Key to the City BY tess falotico 04/13/2017
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To say Jill Martinelli and Sabine Le Guyader are embedded deep into the Brooklyn music scene would be an understatement (or a false note, perhaps?). Most of their friends and family are musicians, including Jill's husband, who makes up one half of the extremely rad band Chairlift. So, as you can imagine, the pair have been inside pretty much every live-music spot in the city, and these are the five, per Jill, they especially like the sound of. READ MORE
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5 Portland, Oregon, Day Trips to Clear Your Head

Key to the City 04/07/2017
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Even though Marisa Howard spends a hefty amount of time hunkered down in her Portland studio creating elliptical, outfit-making earrings, necklaces, and hairpins for her line Seaworthy, the longtime Oregon resident also knows how to take a breather like a boss. Here are the five spots she drives to when she's just gotta get away. READ MORE
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One Designer’s Perfect Brooklyn Bike Route (With Snack Pitstops)

Key to the City BY neha kulsh 04/06/2017
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Kevin Wilcoxson is no Brooklyn newb - he'd been working out of his original studio in South Williamsburg for half a decade before moving to his current spot further north, in Greenpoint. So he's seen a whole lotta changes, good and bad - but one of his favorite innovations is the new bike path that runs from the Williamsburg Bridge to his new location on West Street. It's his favorite stretch to pedal - and he shared a few of his favorite spots to stop and take a breather along the way. READ MORE
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A Design-Minded Guide to Mexico City—From a Native, No Less

Key to the City BY katie nave freeman 02/21/2017
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You might have flown through Mexico City on your way to Tulum, but if you haven't stayed for more than a layover, you're seriously missing out. L.A.-based jewelry designer Gabriela Artigas would know - the colorful, chaotic city is her hometown, and she and her sister (and biz partner) Teresita go back as often as possible. Here's what they don't miss when they do. READ MORE
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An L.A. Designer Makes the Case for Moving to Montreal (Visiting’s Cool, Too)

Key to the City BY genevieve ang 02/14/2017
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Though she'd carved out a pretty amazing homebase for herself and her delicate jewelry line Kyyote in L.A., Canadian Amanda Loos was growing increasingly homesick over the last few years. The solution? She now splits her time between the city of sun and the cobblestoned streets of Montreal. "One of the best things about Montreal is the nice drivers here," Amanda laughs. "They take their time, let others in, and rarely honk their horns - it's so different from L.A.!" But the lack of road rage is far from the only reason to head north - here are 11 places worth brushing up on your French. READ MORE

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