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Celebrity Travel: Go away with Kyla Pratt

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Kyla Pratt plays Mayim Bialik’s best friend on the new FOX sitcom “Call Me Kat.” The series also includes Swoosie Kurtz and Leslie Jordan. “Traveling for work is difficult for me, mainly because of my girls,” says Pratt, 34. “I have to quarantine before I shoot, so that means mommy is gone from home longer. I don’t like to be away ...Read more

CelebrityTravel: Go away with Gianni Decenzo

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In the third season of “Cobra Kai” (premiering on Netflix on January 8), Gianni Decenzo gets to show off some of his real-life fighting skills — something he didn’t get to utilize in the previous seasons portraying the uncoordinated high school student, Demetri. “It was very painful sometimes getting to see everyone else do badass ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Jesse Palter

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While remaining at home during the coronavirus pandemic, singer-songwriter Jesse Palter said she channeled her creative energy into making new music. “My single ‘Better Days’ really stemmed from being stuck in quarantine and daydreaming about these types of future (vacation) experiences,” said the Los Angeles-based musician. “(Italy is...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Otoja Abit

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Otoja Abit wrote, directed, produced and starred in the film “A New York Christmas Wedding,” which is currently available on Netflix. The New York-based actor (“Stonewall,” “Black-ish,” “Harlem Knights”) said while he is grateful to be faring well during this pandemic, he was disappointed he couldn’t celebrate his movie at film...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Sarah Brightman

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Sarah Brightman’s world tour was canceled earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the British singer-songwriter known for her work in “Cats” and “The Phantom of the Opera” is doing her part to keep her fans entertained. On December 20, she will perform in the livestream concert, “Sarah Brightman: A Christmas Symphony.�...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Amber Nash

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Comedian Amber Nash said people often recognize her voice before her face. The Atlanta-based actress is best known for voicing Pam Poovey on the long-running animated FXX series “Archer.” Based out of Atlanta, Nash said she looks forward to being able to tour again. “My first year performing in Germany, I found out very quickly that German...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Dexter Darden

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Dexter Darden has played everyone from the fictional Frypan in “The Maze Runner” franchise to embodying the spirit of the late civil rights leader, John Lewis, in Spike Lee’s film, “Son of the South.” His latest project is on the Peacock’s reboot of “Saved by the Bell,” where he plays a loner who’s looking to start anew at ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Daphne Maxwell Reid

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Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, actress Daphne Maxwell Reid was booked on an expedition cruise that would’ve taken her from Dakar, to Portugal and (back to) the west coast of Africa. “It was canceled mere days before we were to depart for Africa to meet the ship (due to) COVID-19,” said Reid. “I do miss my international travel ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Garfield Wilson

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Born in England to Jamaican parents, actor Garfield Wilson currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia. Known for playing Jackboot Kaffey in TNT’s “Snowpiercer,” the actor’s latest series is Nickelodeon’s “The Astronauts,” which includes Jonathan Frakes (of the “Star Trek” franchise) as an executive producer. Though this ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Linda Perry

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Known for her distinctive voice as the lead singer of 4 Non Blondes, Linda Perry also is an in-demand songwriter and producer, having worked with pop stars such as Adele, Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani. A couple years ago, Perry introduced Willa Amai to Dolly Parton and the two singers dueted on a cover of Parton’s 1977 hit “Here You ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Pia Mechler

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Born and raised in Germany, actress and author Pia Mechler moved to the United States about a decade ago. Currently she stars alongside Patrick Dempsey on The CW’s “Devils,” which tackles the cutthroat world of finance. Based out of Brooklyn, the actress said once this pandemic is over, she would like to travel to Australia. “My great-...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Lisa Roth

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Lisa Roth grew up in an artistic family. Her surgeon father was also an actor, her mother was a sculptor and her older brother, David Lee Roth, was the frontman for Van Halen. After a career as a nutritionist, Lisa Roth co-founded “Rockabye Baby,” which licenses music by artists such as the Beatles, Nirvana and U2 and reinvents them as ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Bob Gruen

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Bob Gruen is a pre-eminent roll ‘n’ roll photographer who has captured images of icons such as John Lennon and Yoko Ono, the Rolling Stones and Tina Turner. In his latest book, “Right Place, Right Time: The Life of a Rock & Roll Photographer” (Abrams Press, $32.50), Gruen shares his stories and photos. Though he has traveled worldwide, ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Bonnie Whitmore

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Austin-based singer-songwriter Bonnie Whitmore has the kind of plaintive vocals that convey a song’s meaning as much as her introspective lyrics. On her new album “Last Will & Testament,” the musician deals with rape culture (“Asked For It”), gun-related rampages (“Time To Shoot”) and the importance of self-care (“Fine”). The ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Issac J. Bailey

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Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “A riot is the language of the unheard.” In his latest book “Why Didn't We Riot?: A Black Man in Trumpland” (Other Press, $21.99), journalist Issac J. Bailey thoughtfully explores race relations in the United States. Based out of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Bailey said his family’s annual travel ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Jessica Jung

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Before becoming an author and the creator of the fashion line Blanc & Eclare, Jessica Jung was a member of the K-pop group Girls’ Generation. Born in San Francisco, Jung’s young adult novel “Shine” (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, $18.99) tells the story of Rachel, a young girl who dreams of becoming a singing sensation. Jung��...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go away with Cheryl B. Engelhardt

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Cheryl B. Engelhardt recorded her current album “Luminary” — a Grammy nomination contender for Best New Age Album — in Greece. An avid traveler who’s raring to go once this pandemic is over, Engelhardt said she has always tried to fit in with the locals. “I speak Spanish-ish,” she said. “When I was ...Read more

 

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