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Rachel Wallace

Editorial Assistant

Bio:

Rachel Wallace is an Editorial Assistant at DuJour and a graduate of the University of South Carolina. She previously interned at Liquor.com and can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @rachwall_.

Recent Articles
  • 8 Spicy Cocktails to Warm Up Your Winter

    8 Spicy Cocktails to Warm Up Your Winter

    These drinks have quite the kick

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  • This Serene Malibu Beach House Once Belonged to Pink

    This Serene Malibu Beach House Once Belonged to Pink

    Peek inside the stylish, secluded abode the Grammy-winning singer once called home

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  • Drink DuJour: Curtsy and a Bow

    Drink DuJour: Curtsy and a Bow

    Mixed tableside in a cloud of fog, this is a cocktail you can’t miss

    Inside Baptiste and Bottle, Chef Richard Sandoval’s newest project high on the 20th floor of the Windy City’s Conrad hotel, you might be safe from Chicago’s notoriously harsh winter weather, but order this cocktail and you’re likely to be engulfed in a cloud of fog. To add some showmanship ... More

  • 9 Mocktails to Drink this January

    9 Mocktails to Drink this January

    These yummy non-alcoholic cocktails from top bartenders will help you in your quest to stay sober this month

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  • Where to Stay For Inauguration Weekend

    Where to Stay For Inauguration Weekend

    Find luxurious accommodations in the country's capital

    The buzz and controversy surrounding the upcoming inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president are enough to make anyone want to book a spa day. Thankfully, a few Washington D.C. hotels are offering luxurious packages guaranteed to turn the weekend into an opulent, perhaps even relaxing getaway. Think gourmet ... More

  • The 7 Coziest Bars in New York City

    The 7 Coziest Bars in New York City

    Where to keep warm with a fireside cocktail

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  • Set Sail for Cuba

    Set Sail for Cuba

    As you plan your jaunt to the newly-opened island, consider chartering a ride with the Uber of boats, Sailo

    As globetrotters scramble to be among the first wave of tourists to visit Cuba, a sharing service of the sea called Sailo is offering an interesting new way to get there. Launched in 2015, Sailo is an online platform similar to Airbnb or Uber where users can browse hundreds ... More

  • Everything You Missed From the 74th Golden Globes

    Everything You Missed From the 74th Golden Globes

    From La La Land’s big wins to Meryl Streep’s iconic speech

    As always, before the show even started, the battle for best dressed raged on the red carpet. Sarah Jessica Parker made her first Globes appearance in years (nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy TV series for her role in HBO’s Divorce) and donned a white gown ... More

  • One Guru’s Guide to Kundalini Yoga

    One Guru’s Guide to Kundalini Yoga

    What it is and why you might want to add it to your routine in 2017

    The founder of the RA MA Institute in Venice, California (a second location is soon to open in Palma de Mallorca, Spain), Guru Jagat is a buzzed-about figure in the yoga community who teaches a variety called Kundalini while draped in white garb, often including a turban. Even Alicia Keys ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Bebe Buell

    Drink DuJour: Bebe Buell

    Gin is the rockstar in this drink

    Stumble into the HGU Hotel in New York’s NoMad neighborhood, and you’re quite likely to stay for a drink in front of the marble fireplace at the chic 1905 Lounge. With a rotating roster of jazz and other live music and art from Chelsea’s Gallery 151 on view, the ... More