Go on a Blind Date at the Charing Cross Theatre, London

Direct from New York for a limited run at London's Charing Cross Theatre is Blind Date starring Canadian comedienne Rebecca Northan as Mimi, a “lovable minx of a Parisian clown.”

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Flying Above The Storm: Four Air Travel Tips For Beating Bad Weather Blues

I am just one of the many people who face travel plans being thrown up in the air due to the supposed super-storm that is Hurricane Sandy. These storms might wreak havoc on locals who live in the hard hit areas, but they also affect travelers in ways that can cause the blues. When you learn your flight to New York has been cancelled or you worry your flight will soon be on the list of no return, you could panic, scream or drown your sorrows in a pint of ice cream. However there are a few things you can do about your air travels in the bad weather.

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Four Ways To Find Comfort in Economy Class

I make my way into my window seat from New York to Denver. It doesn’t feel so terrible back here in economy class, or so I think for a New York minute. And then my middle seat neighbor arrives and promptly takes up the armrest along with half of my seat with his elbow. He has also apparently taken a shower in cheap cologne in preparation for the flight. He extends his legs into my miniscule legroom space. I mutter to myself that it’s only a few hours. I can just work the whole time and ignore how uncomfortable I am. I whip out my laptop and type away until the seat in front of me lunges back, mere inches from my nose. My computer screen slams shut thanks to by lounge-happy neighbor.

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Five New York Street Foods Your Kids Will Love

There’s no shortage of culinary culture in New York. In fact, you need not go to a 5-star restaurant to experience some of the city’s tastiest treats. Here are five New York street foods your kids are sure to love.

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Long Layovers 101: How To Deal With The Layover That Never Ends

They say it’s not the destination. It’s the journey. And while the road to anywhere can be filled with valuable travel experiences, the long airport layover feels more like a journey through one of Dante’s circles of Hell. I am sitting in a chair that hits my back in such a way to induce a little extra pain. Frankly, I’m lucky to even have a seat as I work through one of the longest layovers I have ever experienced. I left Denver last night for New York. Arriving at 6AM Eastern Time, I have roughly nine hours before I can even begin checking in for my next flight. I’m not alone in my discomfort. Travelers attempting to deal with the long layover surround me.

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