Corina Quinn

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Corina Quinn

Travel, food, shelter and culture writer published in Travel + Leisure online, Yoga Journal, 5280 Home, and La Cucina Italiana.



Talking Travel With: Coworking Innovators Joshua Abram and Alan Murray

With the launch of the David Rockwell–designed NeueHouse in New York, tech investors Abram and Murray upended the concept of co-working. Instead of spare desks populated by nascent start-up founders, they built a members-only club for boldfaced creatives, complete with screening rooms, broadcast studios, and private dining areas.
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These are the Can’t-Miss Film Festivals of the 2015 Circuit

As director of interactive programming for the Tribeca Film Institute, Ingrid Kopp is entrenched in the vanguard of digital storytelling—a dynamic space she says continually surprises her. “You can’t define it too narrowly because you can never tell what will come down the pipeline, but as soon as you start experimenting the opportunities are limitless,” she says.
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"Art By Chance" Film Festival Screens Worldwide

Without even trying, you may snag a front row seat to , a short-film festival that screens worldwide and starts today. More than 200 cities in 20-plus countries will show works in public spaces usually reserved for advertising—think airports, train and bus stations, billboards in plazas, and more.
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Marriott Port-au-Prince Brings New Brand of Tourism to Haiti

After a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010, it caused widespread damage—leaving a reported 200,000 dead and 1.5 million homeless, not to mention costly physical destruction. An influx of aid and NGO organizations, along with nearly $4 billion from the U.S., came in for support, but reports of slow progress and recovery plagued the country for several years.
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The Yogi’s Guide to Buying, Storing + Cooking with Healthy Oils

Chef Celine Beitchman at Natural Gourmet Institute shares her favorite healthy cooking oils. Plus, tips to select, taste, and store the right oil for your next dish. Inspired? We're giving away $15,000 tuition scholarship for one lucky YJ reader to become a pro chef. Often used in Ayurvedic and macrobiotic diets, sesame oil has been shown to help lower blood pressure and is rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant crucial for healthy skin and hair, and nail growth.
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Good Karma: 4 Yoga Organizations Helping in Post-Earthquake Haiti

Post–natural disaster, as Haiti’s redevelopment begins to take root, yoga is here to stay. After a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti in January 2010, causing widespread destruction and leaving a reported 200,000 dead and 1.5 million homeless, the island nation is starting to regain its footing, thanks in part to aid organizations that rushed in for emergency relief and stayed to rebuild.
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Flavor Paper Launches Travel-Inspired Wallpaper

We’re calling it: paint is out, dynamically papered walls are in. The folks at Flavor Paper—the Brooklyn-based print lab turning out some of the world’s most interesting patterns right now—have taken things a step further with a new collection of travel-inspired photo murals. A collaboration with photographer and adventurer , the Superscape series transforms his outdoor panoramic images into indoor wall coverings that are fit to print (and sized and scaled to order).
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White House Charts “New Course” with Cuba

President Obama announced today sweeping changes to our policy with Cuba that will loosen travel and trade restrictions there. a Cold War Policy that has been in effect since 1961—the U.S. will re-establish an embassy in Havana and expand travel for Americans to the country. “In summary, it makes travel to Cuba simpler, easier and less restrictive,” says Tom Popper, president of tour operator InsightCuba, on the changes.
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Merry & Bright

Empty nesters ready their cooking space for the future by fusing old and new. After 44 years together, Anne and Bob Fries have found one more secret to a happy marriage: a kitchen that accommodates at least two cooks. The pair, who began dating in high school, discovered this bliss after recently renovating their 1928 Tudor in Congress Park.

5 Things You Should Know about Yogi, Foodie and Chef Marc Vetri

Award-winning Philadelphia chef and founder of the Vetri family of restaurants and Vetri Foundation for Children. “Make what’s important a priority. If it takes a back seat, it’s obviously not a priority. Yoga has never taken a back seat in my life.”. I do Ashtanga; I started about 12 years ago.
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One For The Books

A custom bookcase and vivid light fixture make this landing turned library a stairwell showstopper. Forget dusty volumes relegated to a cramped, dim study. In this Highlands Ranch house, a beautifully lit floor-to-ceiling library gets plenty of foot traffic—because it’s located on the central staircase’s ample landing.


Corina Quinn

I'm an experienced writer and editor with a focus on luxury travel, food and wine, shelter and culture pieces. I've worked with magazines including Travel + Leisure, Yoga Journal, 5280 Home, and La Cucina Italiana.

I also do content strategy and native advertising work with food, wine and luxury brands.