Rebag opens up shop in the Design District, giving used handbags a second chance at luxe

Hermes, Gucci, Prada, Celine, Louis Vuitton—they’re all a bag lover’s dream, and lightly used ones are now on shelves in Miami. THE SCOOP Rebag, the online-turned-brick-and-mortar handbag shop, opened its seventh storefront in the Miami Design District today. Its other stores are located in New York and California. “The city’s vibrant culture, art, and deep … Continue reading Rebag opens up shop in the Design District, giving used handbags a second chance at luxe

CityPlace is Getting a New Name and a $550M Makeover

You’ve already seen the construction going on at CityPlace in West Palm Beach, but there’s much more to come in the next five years. The shopping and entertainment center announced that it will be rebranding to Rosemary Square, as well as its plan for a five-year, $550 million renovation. According to a release from CityPlace, it … Continue reading CityPlace is Getting a New Name and a $550M Makeover

Rattle and Hum: Explore the Canadian Rockies by Train

“Bear on the left!” a spotter calls out. The guests aboard the train clamor to the left, their eyes to the glass and cameras and cell phones in hand. Those down below on the landing between passenger cars stick their heads out, the wind whipping through their hands as they look for the sneaky beast. “There he is!” It’s … Continue reading Rattle and Hum: Explore the Canadian Rockies by Train

Of Human Bondage

The nasty secret of human trafficking in South Florida is out—here is one woman’s story, and what local lawmakers are doing about it.  Cindy Alvarado was actually at a graduation party. It was a rare night that she was not  turning tricks—but she was tired. Empty. Going through the motions. She recalls the exact moment her pimp, “Grace,” rounded the … Continue reading Of Human Bondage

Don’t miss these photo-worthy Art Basel Week installations

From giant red SOLO cups, private jets, police impound lots, selfie walls and giant lady bits, plenty of exhibits are perfect for your Instagram feed. We pored over the exhibits and picked out the spots you (and your followers) won’t want to miss. Best yet: Most are free. SOLO TOGETHER From shunning plastic straws to … Continue reading Don’t miss these photo-worthy Art Basel Week installations

10 Days in Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Krabi

Thailand has become one of Asia’s hottest travel destinations, attracting more than 32 million visitors a year to explore its cultural sites, luxury hotels and natural beauty. It’s nearly impossible to cover the entire country without an extended stay, but there’s plenty to bite off in a week and a half. Our guide starts in the … Continue reading 10 Days in Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Krabi

Stonewall Happened in 1969. Webster Schott, a Straight Ally, Was Writing About Gay Rights Years Before.

“The right to have sex without state intrusion must inevitably be confirmed and codified by the Court.” In 2018, the statement isn’t groundbreaking. But the writer, Webster Schott, is 90 years old and he wrote those words in November 1967 for The New York Times. The legendary Stonewall Riots wouldn’t happen until almost two years … Continue reading Stonewall Happened in 1969. Webster Schott, a Straight Ally, Was Writing About Gay Rights Years Before.