Jason Salzenstein

Star Trek - The Original Series 365
Star Trek - The Original Series 365

Can a book change a reviewer's opinion of a classic series? Star Trek: The Original Series 365 is such a book.

by Jason Salzenstein | Sep 9, 2010

New Architecture In Japan
New Architecture In Japan

Japan's beauty - both natural and man-made - has captured western eyes and spirit for generations. This book isn't just for architecture fans, but rather for anyone with an interest in Japan...

by Jason Salzenstein | Aug 17, 2010

Paris Hotels: Chic, Sleek, et Classique
Paris Hotels: Chic, Sleek, et Classique

Officially, Paris may be <i>The City of Light</i>, but if you've spent much time there, you know that it's also the city of museums, fashion, fabulousness... and hotels. With so many "accommodating offers," however, how do you choose which one is best for you? Simple: ask Jason Salzenstein. Obsessed with all things <i>francais</i>, Jason keeps up on the latest exhibitions, new store openings, and hotels - and keeps us up to date too. Check out his current favorites...

by Jason Salzenstein | Aug 27, 2010

Summer Refresher :: Coffee Table Books
Summer Refresher :: Coffee Table Books

When it comes home décor, there are some projects you can do yourself and others that are much better left to the pros. Sprucing up your home for summer falls in the former camp, and style guru and EDGE contributor Jason Salzenstein shows how borrowing this single, easy decorators' "secret" can bring a fresh new look - with very little investment - to your living room, bedroom or office. <i>Read more...</i>

by Jason Salzenstein | Aug 9, 2010

Hot and Sassy Summer Gift Guide
Hot and Sassy Summer Gift Guide

While it's not yet the holidays, summer brings plenty of gift-giving opportunities. If you've found yourself struggling to come up with that perfect gift, don't sweat it! <b>EDGE Style</b> has you covered - with some super sexy gift suggestions.

by Jason Salzenstein | Jul 21, 2010

New Zealand in Photos
New Zealand in Photos

You've heard of New Zealand's natural beauty, and seen it on the big screen in sweeping epics like the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Now see it from the perspective of an EDGE contributor!

by Jason Salzenstein | Jul 24, 2010

Allergies prompt U.S. to consider limiting or banning peanuts on planes
Allergies prompt U.S. to consider limiting or banning peanuts on planes

Federal regulators are considering restrictions, or even a complete ban, on the serving of peanuts on commercial airline flights. Advocates say the move would ease fears and potential harm to those who suffer from a peanut allergy. Peanut farmers and food packagers, however, say it would be overreaching and unfair to their legume. <i>Read more...</i>

by Jason Salzenstein | Jun 14, 2010

Ask a Designer: Retro's Fun, but Keep a Balance
Ask a Designer: Retro's Fun, but Keep a Balance

Going retro has never been easier. Whether you love '50s space-age style, '20s art deco or design from any bygone era, vintage furniture and home accessories are everywhere today. <i>Read more...</i>

by Jason Salzenstein | Jun 14, 2010

How Stores Set Their Holiday Inventories
How Stores Set Their Holiday Inventories

For many retailers, holiday business accounts for as much as 40 percent of revenue and profits. For toy sellers, it's half. For clothing stores in malls, November and December make up about a fifth of the bottom line.

by Jason Salzenstein | Jul 15, 2010

Hair: Hairy Men in Gay Art
Hair: Hairy Men in Gay Art

Buyer beware: Although there are plenty of hot men - and beautiful images - in <b>Hair: Hairy Men in Gay Art</b>, as an anthology - a catalog of sorts - unprepared fur fans may be disappointed at the lack of continuity. <i>Hair</i> can be quite a tease...

by Jason Salzenstein | Jun 14, 2010


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