Jerrod Carmichael
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Joseph Alexiou

In the Turkish capital's profusion of kebab stalls and shops selling powdery, pistachio-strewn Turkish delights, tourists may develop the impression that Turkish cuisine is dominated by hulks of meat and the sweet. This metropolis, however, is a center of haute cuisine — which is not only proof of Turkey's cultural dominance in the region, but Istanbul's firm identity as an sophisticated international city.

September 07 2012 12:15 PM

Just in time for Fashion Week, tomorrow night is the first ever "Lower East Side Opening Night: Art + Fashion", a mass fiesta of the opening receptions of more than 25 art galleries located in that unmistakably hip quarter of downtown New York.

September 04 2012 6:53 PM

Last Sunday the Brooklyn Academy of Music hosted the first-ever Chop It Up!, The Ultimate Food Fight contest, the finale of one of NYC's latest restaurant weeks, called New York City Gets Fresh.

August 29 2012 3:36 PM

There are precious few occasions in which a group of grown men, all total strangers, will shed their street clothes, don a set of foreign pajamas, and bro out together in silence for, let’s say, seven or eight hours straight.

August 23 2012 12:18 PM

Montrealers sure know how to have a gay old time: In partnership with Montréal Pride, Tourisme Montréal is celebrating its third annual "Queer of the Year" contest.

August 21 2012 12:32 PM

Even though South Africa is home to the second largest beer producer in the world, it's only recently that the very picky population of beer connoisseurs (read, snobs) started to recognize the ever-growing variety of craft brews.

August 15 2012 5:08 PM

Burlington and environs provides perfectly rustic New England countryside charm and quality organic cuisine -- but with open arms to the LGBT travelers and newlyweds.

July 10 2009 12:00 AM