This Sunday, PBS premieres, The U.S., and The Holocaust, Ken Burn’s three-part six-hour documentary, produced with Lynn Novick and produced and directed by Sarah Botstein.
The dining room at the Park Hotel Kenmare. Bryan O’Sullivan Studio With its roots in England and offices in both London and New York, Bryan O’Sullivan Studio works with clients globally to create contemporary and liveable design that is both elegant and eclectic. Informed by O’Sullivan’s encyclopedic knowledge of design and architecture—projects span residential, hospitality, […]
Backstage at The Verb plays off the hotel’s retro-chic, rock-and-roll theme with 10 custom-crafted … [+] trailer suites. Read McKendree Located in the shadow of Boston’s famed Fenway Park, the rock-and-roll-themed Verb Hotel is expanding in September with the opening of Backstage, a fleet of 10 custom-crafted trailer suites inspired by rock-and-roll-road-tour life with a […]
Photo Credit: Daniel Dilanian Two-time Academy Award winner and eight-time nominee, Jack Lemmon was once among the busiest and most popular movie actors of the late 20th century. Lemmon starred in both comedies and dramas in more than 60 movies, many of which are considered classics today. In 1971, Jack purchased a beach house for […]