Running Wild: Christina Dy’s New Solo Show Finds Strength in Tenderness

Fusing human anatomy and blooming orchids, her artwork comes to life against an immersive and functional backdrop of a makeshift boutique hotel.


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At La Spezia, Italian Food is Unlike Any You’ve Had Before

With a few seasonal ingredients and thoughtful execution, its dishes are light and easy on the palate, but also filling and bursting with flavor.


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The Edition’s Guide to Vancouver

The coastal city of Vancouver, with its diverse communities, proximity to a number of stunning parks and beaches, and vibrant downtown streets, is worth a longer stopover on your way to Canada’s stunning swaths of nature.


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Stay Awhile: Unique Design Hotels to Check Out (and Check Into)

From a brick-paved artists’ refuge in Brooklyn to a laid-back summer sanctuary in Barcelona, these hotels readily become second homes thanks to artisanal furniture, contemporary art pieces, and their proud championing of local culture.


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Gallery Spotlight: ArtInformal’s Makati Outpost Finds Harmony in Distinction

Through AI2’s fresh approach, art begins to feel more personal, and it becomes more certain that it has a place in our inner lives.


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Gallery Spotlight: 1335Mabini Remains True to Its Vision of Fusing Heritage and Innovation

The gallery that helped revitalize Manila as a hub for the arts is branching out to an even larger community of creatives and enthusiasts.


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Inside 78-45-33, An Under-the-Radar Jazz Bar Worth Your While

Hidden in plain sight, a cozy and intimate neighborhood haunt has only cocktails and vinyls on its menu.


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The Edition’s Guide to Hong Kong

In every visit to this impressively cosmopolitan destination, there’s always something to marvel at—another skyscraper, more Michelin-starred holes-in-the-wall­­, and sensational nights on the town.


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Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ Reminds Viewers of What’s Truly Worth Fighting For

The filmmaker’s canine-centric feature has his signature deadpan humor and affinity for quirky outsiders, but it’s also his most powerful and politically charged film yet.


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The Social Calendar: May 18 to May 22

How to spend your time wisely this week.


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