TWIST: This Week in Sports Talk is our weekly recap of what you need to know to talk sports this week without having to fake it. If you’re not a sports fan, or you’re just starting to learn about sports, here are your talking points for the week of November 18, 2018.
When in London, you really should take time for a proper British tea at least once. It’s a deeply civilized ritual, and when you’re in the right setting, it can be great fun. And delicious. The only dilemma is this: there are hundreds of options for afternoon tea in London. Which one’s the best? Said another way: is the best afternoon tea in London at Claridge’s?
You can view the whimsical and dazzling glass sculptures of the artist Dale Chihuly all over the world: London, Singapore, New York, Boston, California. Even Nebraska. His work has been included in over 200 museum collections worldwide. But there is perhaps no better place to see it than in the region of his birth: Seattle. Specifically, at the Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle at Seattle Center.
It’s official: the new hot luxury color is mint green. Some are even saying it’s the new millennial pink. But let’s not get crazy. It may not displace pink, but it’s definitely showing up in lots of places. Some call it mint green, others have named it “neo mint.” Why is this a Thing now? And how do you wear such an unusual color? Dear reader, read on.
What’s your dream Christmas tree? One of the joys of the holiday season in New York City is that if you can dream it, somewhere in the city you can find it. For example, we spent an enjoyable hour at Bergdorf Goodman this week. There we found a dazzling array of truly unique luxury Christmas ornaments. With these, you can create a one-of-a-kind Christmas tree that expresses your inner spirit in some truly surprising ways. Sure, they’re expensive (most are $50 each). But you can always curate your collection one ornament – and one year – at a time.