Jennifer Lawrence: Perpetual It Girl

Most of America met Jennifer Lawrence when she graced the screen in the first installment of the Hunger Games empire. But she’s been a critic darling since her Oscar-nominated turn as Ree Dolly, an Ozarks Mountain-poor 17-year-old who’s desperately trying to keep her family intact as she searches for her bail-jumping dad, in the 2010 indie gem Winter’s Bone.

One Oscar and two Golden Globes later, the proverbial "It Girl" is not going anywhere.

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Serenity in the City: Viceroy New York

If Manhattan’s 57th Street is not quite the geographical center of the island, it is certainly the commercial and cultural heart of the city – home to some of the world’s most glamorous shopping, some of the city’s most beautiful and important architecture, and unparalleled cultural institutions.

But, on blocks west of Sixth Avenue, this important east-west axis, full of buildings built in the late 19th and early 20th century, has lost some of its sheen in recent decades. This seems to be changing now, with several high-profile new buildings bringing energy back to the area. As part of this resurgence, Roman and Williams has designed the new Viceroy Hotel on a meaningful site at 120 West 57th Street that is part of the connective tissue that will begin to give the western half of 57th Street its glory back.

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Another Day in Paradise: Adventures in Maldives

Crowned the “world’s favorite island,” a trip to the Maldives offers tranquil blue lagoons, spectacular beaches and an array of aquatic adventures. If you are an adrenaline junkie, surf some of the most incredible waves the Indian Ocean has to offer, parasail above the exotic islands or snorkel the surrounding reefs and see a vibrant marine life firsthand. And if that is not enough, high-speed windsurfing and sport fishing also awaits.

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