Sneak a Peek Inside the May Issue

April 8, 2009 | By | Comments (3)

Find us on Facebook to view images I posted recently from our May issue. While you're there become a fan, or, if you prefer, you can follow us on Twitter.

Inside,
you'll find our market and beauty editor's picks for summer skin
savers, 15 sweet Caribbean travel deals, and of course, pages and pages
of decorating ideas, including tips on how to age a brand new beach
house. We can't wait for you to see it!

 May Cover
Cover Image by Jean Allsopp

COMMENTS

  1. Mallory

    Beautiful cover! Can’t wait to see the new issue!

    April 9, 2009 at 8:01 pm
  2. replica tiffany jewelry

    Both wonderful projects – so good to know how the Glimmer Mists are on the eggs! Thanks for sharing.

    November 7, 2010 at 6:42 pm
  3. Hannah Morgan

    I saw the interview on MSNBC Good Morning Joe about your choice of happiest coastal towns. Newport RI? Please. Have you ever been there? Do you realize that the drinking water is contaminated and cannot be drunk without boiling most of the year? Do you realize that the beaches are closed many times during the season because of “red tide” ? Do you realize that the cost of living for ordinary people is outrageous for living in homes with no insulation and in which heating costs are extremely high? There is no shopping except for overpriced tourist shops near Thames street. There may one restaurant that serves quality food, most serve unhealthy pub food. Tourists eat at the fast food places in Middletown. The wealthy homeomers rarely come there because of the annoying tourists and the Salve Regina students, loud and drunk in the streets. And the maintenace and repair of Newport streets and infastructure has obviously not been a priority for years, no money….all spent on mansions and parts of the town that are tax free, consequently no tax base, and poorly administered by the Preservation Society, the average age of which is at least 65…no innovation, same old routine every year. See those beautiful homes on Bellevue? Most of them are apartment buildings. Visit again and check with some of the people who live there year round. They are very unhappy people. Your report is of Newport 15 years ago, not today. I wonder if the other places are as misrepresented.

    May 9, 2013 at 1:55 pm

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