It’s been a while since I’ve posted travel features. Want to see where I’ve been?
Borneo for the Wall Street Journal
Monaco for Departures
Dirty Weekends for Men’s Fitness
Croatia for Yachting
Papua New Guinea for Hana Hou
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I just celebrated two years as a columnist for WSJ covering dynastic wealth and real estate.
Straying too far from travel writing? Not entirely.
The Wall Street Journal:
Cook luxury foods without missing a morsel – Chris Kostow
The etiquette of bringing your own meal on a plane – Nancy Silverton
The challenge of cooking in a summer rental – Michael Ferraro
The room was given to mourners seeking to watch recovery efforts as the weather turned cold in the weeks after the terrorist attacks. They left behind photos, teddy bears, wreaths, notes, books, report cards and other tributes, which over the years lined the walls, windows, ceilings and floors. Hidden from the public on the 20th floor of One Liberty Plaza, the space had plush sofas, toys for children and a sacred sense of reverence.
When Richard Blanco read his stirring poem “One Today” at President Barack Obama’s second inaugural ceremony in January, he spoke of “the last floor on the Freedom Tower jutting into a sky that yields to our resilience.”
That prompted Jordan Barowitz, the director of external affairs for the Durst Organization, a part owner of the tower, to tweet: “Blanco, we like the shout out. But it’s One World Trade Center!”
The tallest building at the World Trade Center site is in the midst of a bit of an identity crisis as it nears completion.
I write for the Wall Street Journal regularly, covering food, travel, health, fashion, gear and spirits. Here are a few columns I’ve been covering:
What’s Your Workout
Tricks of the Trade
Personal Journal fixtures
And look for upcoming Dynasties columns…