Articles in Journeys

5 Tips for Surviving a Heat Wave This Summer

The calendar may still indicate “spring” but, with temperatures reaching over 90° F (32° C) in many parts of the United States, summer is clearly upon us.
While many enjoy the scorching weather, it’s nonetheless imprudent not to take certain precautions, especially for those spending a significant amount of time outdoors.
Here are five tips for staying healthy in the hot summer sun.
1.) Drink water.
Consuming copious amounts of water helps lower your …

Review: ‘Ernest Shackleton Loves Me’ at Tony Kiser Theatre

Back in his day, Ernest Shackleton was not only a famous explorer but a master of quickly responding to constantly changing circumstance. His well-known voyage to Antarctica may have begun as a mission of exploration, but it turned into a matter of survival. Through the miracle of theatre, he, in the slightly icy form of actor Wade McCollum, returns 100 years later to help a modern day damsel in distress …

2017 Tony Awards: ‘Oslo’ is Best Play, ‘Hello, Dolly!’ and ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Best Musicals

The 71st Tony Awards took place Sunday evening at Radio City Music Hall in New York City with “Dear Evan Hansen” taking home the prize for best new musical, while “Oslo” won best play.
A year after “Hamilton” dominated the 70th Tony Awards, itself a somber affair in the shadow of the devastating shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, there was something for everyone this year and the mood was …

Lobby Bar – June 9: Portable Fireplaces, Bring Your Own Restaurant, and Why Muggles Hate the Theater

Lobby Bar – A Coin-Operated Summary of New and Views. Please Insert Coin Now.
Something missing. Join Jonathan Spira and Jeremy Del Nero at Upper Story, a restaurant by Charlie Palmer. Upper Story is a new concept: BYO restaurant. What started with us bringing our own coffee creamer and dessert and has since evolved into a full-fledged operation that requires dining guests to bring their own tables, chairs, and napkins as …

Restaurant Review: Upper Story by Charlie Palmer, New York City

The show windows that line the corridor on the ground floor of the Decoration and Design Building on Third Avenue in Manhattan tell the story: 18 floors filled with showrooms with furniture of all shapes and sizes for a wide variety of tastes. Upon entering you’d think you might even be in the wrong building. However, do proceed up to the 14th floor, where you’ll find Upper Story, a quiet, …

Review: ‘Puffs’ at Elektra Theatre

Can’t wait for “Harry Potter and The Cursed Child” to make its way to the Great White Way next year? No need to fret as there’s currently a play off-Broadway called “Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic” that is sure to delight any fan of the Harry Potter franchise. So if you find yourself anxious to see Harry Potter on stage, you don’t …

Six Great Getaways for Your Summer Holiday: From Hawaii to London to the German Alps, It’s Time to Make Plans

Memorial Day has come and gone, and this can only mean one thing: summer is officially here. Along with longer days, picnics and barbeques, and warmer – in some places, much warmer – weather, the arrival of summer also marks the beginning of the summer travel season.
The question remains though – where to travel? Where to take that well-deserved vacation? Where to go if you’re single, where to go if …