Due to COVID-19, NYC basketball court rims have been removed at locations where repeated attempts at social distancing have not been successful.
Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation raises $6 million for liberation from cancer. The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation hosted its 22nd annual benefit dinner and auction featuring Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real (Lukas is the son of Willie Nelson and an independent musical force who’s band is also Neil Young’s backing band). Approximately […]
Your mind is the strongest muscle in your body. As I was jetting to Salt Lake City, throwing back pretzels, musing at the endless desert below, I was blissfully unaware that 9/11 would re-prioritize the need for survival skills in a new world of terrorist awareness. Hours later, I’m one of eight apprehensive fellows––in search […]
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, recently hosted the 38th annual ASEAN Tourism Forum Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, is not only a global tourism hotspot, it’s also becoming one of Vietnam’s economic engines. This year (January 15-18) the 38th annual ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) theme, The Power of One, was celebrated in Vietnam at Ha Long Bay’s […]
Your originality is your greatest legacy. As a teenager, I had the privilege of living across the hall from my grandmother, Edith, until she passed away at 101 years of age. We attribute her radiant longevity to three factors: cottage cheese with pears, a daily Bufferin aspirin, and a shot of bargain Scotch before bedtime. […]
Don’t be hot and cold. To keep things real while visiting developing countries, I prefer to stay in family-run establishments because some of the best aspects of any destination are usually those that pertain to family. Occasionally, I’ll spring for air conditioning. Before setting out into northern Cambodia’s humid jungles on a motorbike, I spent […]