Features - North America

Custom sneakers

Interview with Revive Customs, New York – The sneaker revolution has been unstoppable since Michael Jordan lent his name and legend to Nike. Crazed fans of MJ lined up for blocks to be first in line when a new sneaker dropped. Things haven’t changed much, but Nike has diversified and has signed a small army of elite athletes to fill in the gaps and keep Nike ahead of the competition.

USA - Philadelphia

From 12 Monkeys to Witness to After Earth, the ‘City of Brotherly Love’ has been the setting for a slew of successful films – though rarely the carefree romantic comedy. The city, like the films it appears in, can be rough around the edges, but getting to know it is ultimately rewarding.

Articles - North America

Culture - Mastering the Art of Arabic Calligraphy

Arabic calligraphy is an artistic practice originally developed as a method to preserve the Qu’ran. Over the centuries the styles and methods have been continued by every generation, not with the intent to alter the form but to continue its legacy.

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This man knows what you’ll be wearing in 2015

If you’re anxious to know the precise handbag style, sock colour, and hem length that will be in vogue come 2015, ask Isham Sardouk. As the Chief Creative Officer of fashion trends forecaster Stylesight, Sardouk is in the business of predicting – and shaping – the future of fashion.

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maître d’ - ASKA, New York

Set in Brooklyns hip Williamsburg area, ASKA by Swedish-born chef Fredrik Berselius embraces the New Nordic Cuisine movement using locally sourced produce.

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experience - Montreal, Canada

In May, the weathers great, and the engines of the F1 Grand Prix wont rev up for another month. Perfect for a leisurely stroll of Montreals famous racetrack.

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Wells Street, Chicago

Kathy McClanathan, chef concierge of The Talbott Hotel, leads us through the lesser-known gems of Wells Street in Chicago.

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USA - Chicago

With Qatar Airways launching flights to Chicago this month, resident and writer Anna Blessing shares her top spots for enjoying outdoor spaces, the city’s standout structures, and a few delicious eateries along the way.

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three great places - Chicago

From pizzerias and locally focused eateries to modern diners and molecular-gastronomy hotspots, Chicagos dizzying and delicious dining options range from high to low, and everything in between.

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24 hours in Chicago

Adversity builds character. In Chicago, it also built skyscrapers. The massively destructive Great Chicago Fire of 1871 set the stage for the city's transformation into what it is today.

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