When I heard there’d be gigantic marionette robots walking through Montreal for its 375th birthday party, I was like, great, sounds like what I was born to do. I had no idea of the emotional roller coaster ride I was in for.
Québec hosts its 50th annual music festival this summer with 250 shows across 10 venues over 11 days, from July 6-16.
John Waters is hosting a punk party in Oakland and everyone’s invited.
The kaleidoscopic projections will fete the iconic 1967 summer when hippies descended on the city.
Open to the general public for the first time, E3 offers gaming enthusiasts a chance to see the latest and greatest offerings from the video game industry.
It’s cosmopolitan, affordable, and basically the exact opposite of Fyre Festival.
The South Carolina state capital is the East Coast’s ultimate viewing spot for this summer’s “Great American Eclipse”—and is planning an unforgettable weekend.
Los Angeles, looking for a sweet start to the weekend? Let the World Doughnut Eating Championship fill your lunch hour like custard in a Boston Creme.
From urban hot-spots to the beach, here’s where to take your bridesmaids without the need for a passport.
If Beyoncé’s not going, maybe you shouldn’t either.