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Key to the City

Visit Serbia with a Designer Who Grew Up There

Key to the City BY courtney conway 08/15/2018
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The now-Brooklyn-based jewelry designer Jovana Djuric doesn't get to go home to Serbia as often as she'd like, so when she is there, she soaks in as much of the stunning nature, super fresh food, and charming culture as she can. "We gained our independence as a country in the late 14th century, and then we were conquered by the Turks for 500 years. So there is a very large influence of Middle Eastern culture in our food, music, and way of life," Jovana explains. "When you go there, you really step into another era." If that appeals to you as much as it does to us, plan your trip to this breathtaking place (that's not already all over your friends' Instagrams!) and use what follows as your guide. READ MORE
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A Dang Inspiring Walk Through the Fez Medina

Key to the City BY leah bhabha 07/24/2018
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You know a destination's special when you start planning your next trip as soon as you get back home - which is what Lucia Perluck did after visiting Morocco as part of an artist's residency in the northern city of Fez. Her jewelry-designer brain latched onto the work of the Berber tribe, but her love for the bustling Medina of Fez, a central walled area in the town and a Unesco World Heritage Site that was founded in the ninth century, also stuck out. It is, as Lucia says, "where all the action takes place," and she's here to give us a guided tour - with a little help from the famous French-American author Anaïs Nin, who was equally enamored in her day. READ MORE
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A Foolproof Guide to Having a Fantastic Time in Barcelona

Key to the City BY courtney conway 07/19/2018
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Somehow - while running her own shop in Montclair, New Jersey, crafting sparkling gemstone jewelry for her namesake line, and parenting two tween boys - Katie Diamond makes time for some serious travel, squeezing trips to Morocco, Portugal, and Barcelona into her packed schedule. That last locale is still on her mind, almost a year later, and she's here to sell you on why you should head there and make lots of memories of your own. READ MORE
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4 Places You Gotta Eat in Chicago’s West Town

Key to the City BY leah bhabha 07/12/2018
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Sarah Fox left North Dakota for Chicago for art school decades ago, but she and her husband recently made their residency extra official by buying what's called a two-flat in the charming West Town neighborhood. "Two- and three-flats are to Chicago what the brownstone is to Brooklyn," explains Sarah. "Our building was built in 1879, and the interior retains some of the original details." The other factor that sold her on putting down roots in this part of town? The proximity to all her awesome neighborhood food faves, which she's more than down to share with you. READ MORE
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How to Get in the Zen Zone, Arizona-Style

Key to the City BY courtney conway 07/11/2018
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Though the jewelry designer Luz Ortiz planned an Arizona adventure to Tucson, Scottsdale, and Phoenix to stretch her legs in the desert, collect cool gems, and eat all the Southwestern food, she ended up coming home to Brooklyn with some peace of mind that lasted way longer than the trip did. If that sounds like something you're seeking, keep on reading for her mind-clearing favorites. READ MORE

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