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“No Plastic Straw, Please”

By Jeanine Behr Getz The plastic pollution revolution has started. Enough young people, fishermen, economists, organizations, cities and countries around the world recognize disposable plastic is threatening our future and that these “on-the-go” over-engineered plastics have no economic value in today’s recycling systems, so they are taking actions daily to stop the waste before it [...]

“No Plastic Straw, Please”2018-10-10T20:39:31+00:00

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Ken Gemes

Photography By CHICHI UBIÑA   Where are you from? Where did you grow up? I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. Where did you study? I attended the University of Georgia where I studied Marketing. Describe your personal style? I create environments that are understated and inviting and work for the client’s lifestyle— whether [...]

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Ken Gemes2018-10-10T18:10:21+00:00

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Morrissey Saypol Interiors, LLC

Photography By CHICHI UBIÑA Where are you from? Where did you grow up? Elise: I grew up in the suburb of Belmont, just outside of Boston. Elizabeth: I was raised nearby in Larchmont, New York. Where did you study? Elise: I graduated from Boston College with a major in English and Art History. I then [...]

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Morrissey Saypol Interiors, LLC2018-10-09T19:42:47+00:00

Peak Experiences:  The Dolomites

By Susan Farewell Little fills the soul like surrounding yourself with intensely beautiful scenery. One destination that never fails to satisfy that longing is the Dolomite Mountains, in northeastern Italy. Right now, in the high altitudes, these rugged peaks are already getting snow and it won’t be long before the slopes are alive with skiers [...]

Peak Experiences:  The Dolomites2018-10-09T20:14:42+00:00

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Barbara Lewis

Barbara Lewis Where are you from? Where did you grow up? I grew up in Manhattan and on Long Island.   Where did you study? St. John’s University and The New York School of Interior Design.   Describe your personal style? Classic yet current—timeless style is all about taking an eclectic collection of investment pieces [...]

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Barbara Lewis2018-10-05T14:08:50+00:00

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Julia Grayson

Photography By CHICHI UBIÑA Tell us about your work. My passion is design in all its guises. I love creating things that captivate and delight through a subtle use of textures, tones and an element of interest. I am rooted in classicism but enjoy offering a smooth mix of European, East Coast and West Coast [...]

American Red Cross 2018 Ball Table Top Designers – Julia Grayson2018-10-05T03:48:37+00:00

Snapshots from Bavaria, The Austrian Lake District, and Prague

By Ginger Stickel When I begin planning a family vacation, I turn to my best source for information and recommendations: friends.  Social media has made trip planning easier and more exciting, as I draw inspiration for travel itineraries from friends’ Facebook and Instagram feeds. My family’s summer getaway to Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic is [...]

Snapshots from Bavaria, The Austrian Lake District, and Prague2018-09-12T15:32:01+00:00

Tip Toe through the Topiaries: A visit with Nat and Lucy Day

  Photography By CHICHI UBIÑA “Where the Wild Things Are” is a garden designed to amaze and amuse. Over almost two decades, Lucy and Nat Day have created one of the finest topiary gardens in North America. This imaginative confection contains twenty-two large custom-made topiaries in nine different vignettes. They include a huge boxwood elephant [...]

Tip Toe through the Topiaries: A visit with Nat and Lucy Day2018-10-10T19:21:26+00:00

Introducing a New Scent: An interview with Lola and Leone Founder, Olga Litvinenko

Photography By CHICHI UBIÑA Olga Litvinenko was born in Kiev, Ukraine and moved to the U.S. with her family when she was three years old. Raised in Greenwich, Connecticut and an athlete in high school, Olga was no longer able to participate in sports after an injury and decided to compete in a pageant. At [...]

Introducing a New Scent: An interview with Lola and Leone Founder, Olga Litvinenko2018-10-10T18:29:31+00:00

What’s New (and Old) in Philly

By ANASTASIA MILLS HEALY    A sky high Four Seasons, Hamilton exhibition, free Pitbull concert, fabulous food hall, and stunning Museum of the American Revolution are new reasons to head south to Philadelphia   Philly’s answer to Boston’s Freedom Trail is Independence National Historical Park (phlvisitorcenter.com) where you can easily connect with America’s early years [...]

What’s New (and Old) in Philly2018-06-26T17:16:47+00:00