Once a tough commercial district, this colorful strip is enjoying a vibrant second act as one of South Florida’s hippest hangouts.
Saved from demolition, the East End’s kitschy Silly Lily Fishing Station — complete with seafood-centric food truck — is charming a new generation of water-lovers.
Whether you are on the East End or in city, make sure you don’t miss dazzling fireworks this 4th of July.
For almost 150 years, serious artists have decamped to the Hamptons and the North Fork to paint and sculpt. What’s the attraction?
Celebrating the grand old span that did for the borough of Queens what the Brooklyn Bridge did for Brooklyn.
Florida’s sprawling new Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom in Lake Worth features fine art, antiques, sculpture, and glasswork.
It’s a land of beastly benches and furry footstools in “Ferngully,” the new show at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach.
New York City can be one noisy place, but even here you can find moments of idyllic quiet, no earplugs required.
Miami continues to solidify its reputation as the center of design world, and there’s no better place to soak in the cool than at one of the city’s iconic beachfront hotels. We’ve picked five of our favorites.