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Real Rules Around Drinking in Airports and on Airplanes

Between being stuck in a long security line behind someone who decided to pack a carry-on full of water bottles and the screaming children sprawled out on the 1970s carpets, there is something about an airport that makes you want a stiff drink. And don’t even get us started on airplanes themselves. Those metal tubes improbably hurling through the sky come with their own set of thirst-inducing anxieties. Luckily, most terminals have at least one bar or…

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The most relaxing vacation you can take is going nowhere at all

Vacation is exhausting when you go places. It’s often a time of awkward experiences—donning bathing suits, struggling with foreign tongues, trying to have fun where you know no one and none of the customs. That’s anything but relaxing. The only kind of break that doesn’t require a follow-up vacation is the type you should consider in the first place—the staycation. Remaining close to home—or just in it, hanging out—leaves you refreshed and provides perspective. And…

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Celebrate Modernism in Los Angeles

Discover authentic Mid-Century masterpieces in L.A. For architecture geeks and scholars, Los Angeles is a mecca for Modernism. From iconic residences to stunning public buildings, discover Mid-Century masterpieces in L.A.  STAHL HOUSE (Case Study House No. 22) Photo courtesy of Stahl House, Facebook Photographer Julius Shulman’s iconic photo of this house was named by TIME magazine as one of the 100 most influential photographs in the history of the medium. You can reenact the…

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