In the Magazines: February 2012

by Berit Baugher

Love comes in all shapes, tastes, and sizes. This month the magazines are gushing about the cuisine of San Sebastián, vintage jewelry from around the world, mountain climbing in Cuba, and Carnevale in Venice.


On the cover
: Art galleries in Java, houseboats in Kalimantan, and a jungle lodge in Borneo — looks to find Indonesia's hidden gems.

Highlights:
- : With more Michelin stars per capita than any other city, hedonistic pleasures abound in Spain's food capital, San Sebastián. shares her picks, from the lunch of a lifetime at , to a dinner of never ending small plates at , , and .

-: Curious about the best place to write a novel longhand? takes a literary lens to New York's favorite borough in search of the best cafes, bars, and bookstores.

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On the cover: Fifteen years after the Khmer Rouge fled, shares his observations on a

Highlights:
- : Lynn Yaeger's global guide to the best vintage jewelers.

- : Visits soared after Florence hosted the Jersey Shore and Bora-Bora entertained the Kardashians — reports on the influence reality TV has on American travelers.

- 2012 Cruising Report: Lisa Cheng and Jane Wooldridge gather everything you need to know to plan your next aquatic adventure: , , , , and .

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We covered the January/February issue in our January roundup, but here it is again.

On the cover: explores Havana by night and breaks the rules climbing Cuba's karst mountains by day.

Highlights:
- : Sibling dynamics are on full display as writer recounts a winter trip to Montreal with his younger brother Steve.: A list of neighborhood favorites from the Outer Sunset resident and sustainable surfboard designer of .

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We covered the January/February issue in our January roundup, but here it is again.

On the cover: Sheila Buckmaster shares details of her annual pilgrimage to , where she joined in the festivities dressed as Charlie Chaplin.

Highlights:
- A Magical Mystery
: Well aware of the cliché, embraces pop-culture history and recounts crossing the famous .-: Melina Gerosa looks out for the Melipona beecheii bee.

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