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City Traveler Blog

Recent Posts:  Page 22

Gauguin: Metamorphoses Opens at MoMA on March 8

Gauguin: Metamorphoses is the first major monographic exhibition on Paul Gauguin (French, 1848–1903) ever presented at MoMA, and the first major exhibition to focus particularly on the artist’s rare and extraordinary prints and transfer drawings and their relationship to his paintings and his sculptures. Approximately 160 works, including some 130 works on paper and a critical selection of some 30 related paintings and sculptures, will be on view from March 8 through June 8, 2014, in The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art Special Exhibition Gallery. Featuring loans from many different collections—national and international, public and private—the exhibition offers an extraordinary opportunity to see these works brought together. Many have rarely if ever been shown in the United States. read more »

Tampa Bay Joins CityPASS Program

Disney World tends to dominate central Florida’s tourism image, but bay-side Tampa easily holds its own as a vacation destination, especially for families with children. The newest CityPASS collects the best attractions in the Sunshine State’s third largest metro area into one convenient and economical ticket. Add top-rated beaches, neon nightlife, internationally renowned shopping and dining, the Yankees’ spring training camp, and eclectic events ranging from the Mardi Gras-like Gasparilla Season to a Flan Fest, and you have the makings of a most memorable getaway, no mouse needed. read more »

Mardi Gras Celebrations Outside of New Orleans

Although New Orleans hosts the biggest, most extravagant Mardi Gras celebration in the country, several other U.S. cities have adopted their own Mardi Gras traditions. If you can't get away to fabulous New Orleans, here are a few other spots where you can kick up your heels French Quarter-style without traveling too far from home! read more »

Fishy Adventures at Boston's New England Aquarium

It ain't easy being a mom. You find yourself doing things you never, in your wildest dreams, thought you might one day do—and I don't mean working on your all-over tan on a secluded beach in Fiji. I'm talking more like scraping purple wax crayon munch out of new molars set in the screaming, near-rabid jaws of an 18-month-old. read more »

New York City Guide: What, When, Where, Why to Visit

It’s “The City That Never Sleeps.” New York, NY: The City So Nice, They Named it Twice. Dubbed the Center of The Universe and The Capital of the World, New York City stands alone when it comes to everything from the arts and industry to fashion and food. Home to Wall Street and Broadway, it sets the pace for just about everything. As Frank Sinatra sang: “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere.” It’s a diverse melting pot and includes five boroughs: the islands of Manhattan and Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx, each with its own distinct character. read more »

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