In Eastern Europe and the Balkans, the music has been predominantly a blast from pop’s past–in a good way.
Paris is a gray place. On this trip I challenged myself to seek more color. I found it in Père Lachaise Cemetery on a sunny afternoon.
Don’t believe what the critics say, Belgrade is worth a visit. It may even be worth a lengthy stay. It’s the kind of gritty city that exudes character and embraces those visitors willing to look past all the cigarette butts and solemn faces. Don’t be surprised if, late at night,… Read more Street Art in Savamala, Belgrade
Chernobyl is equally fascinating and depessing, but a must-see while the ghost town still stands.
I never had the chance to properly live in New York City. Following college I moved to NJ and commuted to Midtown, but that lasted less than two years before moving back to Boston. And I didn’t actuallylive in NY. I boarded a commuter train in Metuchen, NJ in the… Read more A Stroll in New York City
I first came to Boston in 1992 as a freshman in college with little understanding of how big a role the city would play in my life. I left several times but kept returning to the familiar, to the place that was my home for the longest continuous period of… Read more Goodbye Boston
What can you do on a layover in Philadelphia? With more than 700 flights each day, many of them international departures with long layovers, there’s a good chance you’ll have extra time to explore the city. Here’s how I recently spent 10 hours, eating, drinking and strolling the streets in… Read more Layover in Philadelphia