Features

Newsfeatures and service pieces exploring topics ranging from life on the West Bank to finding the perfect afternoon tea in Manhattan's swankiest salons.

Way Up South

April 2, 2001

From Time Out New York

by HEATHER ROBINSON

Summer 2001

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Caption: WATER MAINE BREAK Higgins Beach in Scarborough offers a half mile
of uncrowded sand and surf.

The world is your oyster on the southern coast of Maine, where salty air, cozy B&Bs and all the shellfish you can pry...

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What’s Brewing

February 28, 2000

From New York Magazine

by HEATHER ROBINSON

Americans tend to have lukewarm feelings about tea. Ever since the Boston Tea Party, the drink simply hasn’t gotten the respect it deserves. It’s not unusual to walk into a midtown deli looking for a cup of coffee and be faced...

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Any Volunteers?

January 13, 2000

From Time Out New York

by HEATHER ROBINSON

January 13 – 20, 2000

Photographs by TIMOTHY FADEK

You say you want to do good, but you just don’t have enough time. No more excuses-the following local agencies can always use an extra hand.

Like many cynical but soft-at-heart heart...

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Rush Hashana

September 13, 1999

From New York Magazine

by HEATHER ROBINSON

It’s that time of the year again, when the wail of the shofar is about to rise, signaling the start of the Jewish New Year and putting you, if you’re a good but fair-weather Jew who doesn’t belong to a synagogue, into a panic...

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Pittsburgh, On Purpose

July 22, 1999

From Time Out New York

by HEATHER ROBINSON

Photographs by DEBORAH KOSSMAN

This old steel town has impressive artwork, funky neighborhoods-and first-rate thrifting.

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Caption: HEAVEN AND EARTH AT The Andy Warhol Museum, you can see his “Flowers” series and Cow...

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