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City Traveler Blog

Recent Posts:  Page 34

Visiting the Statue of Liberty: What you need to know

Here’s some good news if you’re planning a trip to New York City: the Statue of Liberty is once again open! read more »

Splish Splash at Splash Pads, Splash Parks & Spray Grounds This Summer!

When I was a child, swimming pools and water fountains were distinct, separate entities. For immersion, you had to find a pool. Whether it was private or public, there were changing rooms and lifeguards and rules. (Unfortunately, the ocean wasn’t an everyday option where I grew up.) Fountains were fun to watch – the water shot all over the place, and sometimes, you could stand in the mist blown your way by a helpful breeze. If you were really lucky – or your accompanying adult looked the other way – you might dip a toe in. read more »

James Turrell's Art Comes to "Light" in NYC, Houston

The next time you walk into a dark room and flip on the light switch, imagine yourself creating a work of art. James Turrell’s approach isn’t quite so simplistic, but he does find inspiration in the basic function of electric illumination. In a career spanning five decades, he has cast cubes of light into a room, built hallways and rooms of illuminated color, and cultivated fields of shifting light that could disorient you faster than a corn maze in the fall. read more »

Girl With a Pearl Earring Opens at High Museum of Art

This summer, Atlanta’s High Museum (a CityPASS attraction) is offering visitors plenty of compelling reasons to come inside and beat the summer heat. Dutch masterpieces, riveting photographs of the civil rights struggle, and drawings by Atlanta’s contemporary artists highlight this summer’s engaging lineup. Located in Midtown Atlanta's arts and business district, the High has grown from its origins at a stately home on Peachtree Street, to become the leading art museum in the southeastern United States. It has more than 13,000 works of art in its permanent collection, and is well known for supporting and collecting works by Southern artists. read more »

Fun in the Sun: Free Summer Concerts in NYC

Summer’s the time in New York City to get out of your hotel room, out onto the streets and into the parks and other outdoor venues to enjoy the sights and hear the sounds of the countless concerts and festivals that seem to be taking place in every corner of the Big Apple. Here’s a short list of summertime fests where the sound is as big as the city. And better yet (most of) the fests are free! read more »

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