Archive for the "North America" Category
New York… New York… where the entertainment never sleeps! You’ll be shocked and surprised with enough eye opening spectacles, on and off the stage, to fill your moments and memories for years to come. Dim the lights. Raise your expectations. More amusing than Miley Cyrus keeping her clothes on, there’s a tremendous live theatre revival … More
Want to know where to get the best espresso drinks and drip coffee in New York City? We have scoured the streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn to bring you ten 10 of our favourite coffee shops. From historical cappuccinos in Greenwich Village to satisfying lattes in Greenpoint, read on to find out where to get … More
Does Las Vegas have a whacky side? You bet! Nearly 40 million people visit Las Vegas annually, with the Vegas ‘Strip’ the third or fourth most popular tourist attraction in the world. And there’s a planet-load of gambling/entertainment/replica buildings, all brightly wrapped in neon, to “Awwwwwwe” you. However, an even brighter idea (sorry, bad pun) … More
History buffs, take note. The USA’s capital city, Washington DC is calling your name. Home to more than 58 museums and art galleries, and dozens of historical landmarks covering everything from the civil war to civil rights, this city has history down pat. Your biggest challenge will be knowing where to start. So, grab your … More
Is the enigmatic subculture of hipsterdom past prime? A valid query, surely, when the likes of Forbes see fit to run manipulative, search-engine-happy, multi-page articles on the most hipster-dense places in America (hint: Portland and Austin made the cut). But such is the nature of a cross-cultural juggernaut (virus?) like hipsterism, which lives on with … More
Our look at the top sports events in the 2013 Northern Hemisphere summer includes slam dunks, sticky wickets and bikinis, of a sort.