Literary Destination: The Fitzgerald Museum in Montgomery, Alabama

When we imagine F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda, we tend to think of them in some New York […]

Go Gaga for Gatsby with Vintage Finds from Artifaktori

By Antoinette Weil It was the Summer of Gatsby and from the cars to the drinks to the clothes, inspiration […]

We’re Hosting a Party, Old Sport! — How to Throw a Gatsby Summer Soiree

By Katie Stack So you want to throw a party, old sport? A fabulous soiree that those on the East […]

Gatsby: Under the Red, White, and Blue

By Jessica Monk Did you know that F. Scott Fitzgerald was distantly related to the man who composed “The Star-Spangled […]

The Modern Speakeasy: How to Party Like it’s 1929

By Amanda Festa Speakeasies flourished during that dark period of Prohibition when it was illegal to sell, manufacture, or transport […]

Hemingway at Shakespeare & Company

For Ernest Hemingway, the walk from his Latin Quarter flat to Gertrude Stein’s pavillon at 27, rue des Fleurs, would […]