Jillian Anthony, Cosmopolitan

Jillian Anthony


Austin, TX, United States

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  • Cosmopolitan
  • Time Out New York
  • The Culture Trip
  • Condé Nast Traveler

Past articles by Jillian:

Vaping in Secret: 5 Women on Developing a Vaping Habit During the Pandemic

Problematic drinking may have gotten all the attention during the pandemic, but if you look around, you’ll notice that it’s the *adults* in your life who are leaving peach-mango-scented clouds in their wake. → Read More

Spookiest Places in NYC for you to visit this Halloween

At the spookiest places in NYC, get the chills as you learn about the city's bizarre and creepy historical landmarks. → Read More

You can now download over 300,000 books from the NYPL for free

There's good news for all the New York City-based e-bookworms out there. The New York Public Library has an app that allows anyone with a library card (and an i → Read More

Watch the 4th of July Fireworks in NYC for 2019 From These Areas

Want to know where to watch the Macy's 4th of July fireworks? NYC has incredible rooftops and lookouts for 2019's show. → Read More

The Life Aquatic: 20 Local Heroes Protecting Waterways Around the World

The Life Aquatic: 20 Local Heroes Protecting Waterways Around the World Rodrigo de la O is the director of the Maule Itata Coastkeeper programme in Chile | © Tamara Merino / Culture Trip To celebrate non-profit Waterkeeper Alliance’s 20th anniversary, Culture Trip sent photographers across the globe to document 20 Waterkeepers along the rivers, lakes and canals they dedicate their lives to… → Read More

Rockaway Beach, NY guide

If you didn’t take a trip to Rockaway Beach—NY’s beloved getaway—did you even have a summer? → Read More

Meet the Family Behind Sam Wo, San Francisco’s Oldest Chinatown Restaurant

Sam Wo has been serving authentic Cantonese food in San Francisco’s Chinatown since 1907. Meet the family keeping the tradition going strong today. → Read More

Best Spring Festivals in NYC for concerts, food and movies

Head to these spring festivals in NYC for for concerts, movies, food, parties and more → Read More

The Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival in NYC guide

Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival—NYC's blowout celebration of Japanese culture—is jam-packed with entertainment and pretty pink petals → Read More

These Are the 5 Best American Cities for Singles

If you're single in the United States, you're in good company – there are more than 110 million unmarried American adults, more than ever before. We've gathered the five best US cities for singles to thrive in as individuals, and meet other people looking to do the same thing. → Read More

Costa Rica Aims To Be the World’s First Plastic- and Carbon-Free Country by 2021

As climate change accelerates and the oceans fill up with plastic, Costa Rica sets the bar for environmental action with a pledge to be carbon-neutral and plastic-free. → Read More

The Macy’s Flower Show in NYC guide

Department store shopping is way more fun thanks to Macy's Flower Show 2019. Enjoy the better-than-perfume smells and arrangements this spring. → Read More

People really need to stop hogging so much space on the subway

These are our complaints about all of the awful things that make living in New York even harder than it already is. → Read More

Local reporters, including former Daily News staffers, on why local journalism matters

On Monday, the New York Daily News cut its newsroom staff in half, gutting one of New York City's remaining three daily newspapers. Forty newsroom staffers were → Read More

Fab Five from Queer Eye Share the Stuff That's in Their Bags

Queer Eye's Antoni, Jonathan, Karamo, Tan and Bobby show us the things, including favorite books and face masks, they never leave home without. → Read More

Best Free Museums in NYC for Art, History and More

Check out our list of the coolest, totally free NYC museums where you can find wonderful works of art, historical artifacts and much, much more → Read More

If you are going to complain about New York, then why are you visiting?

Ah, another visitor is coming into town this weekend! You’re so looking forward to spending time with your friend, sibling or parent and showing them around New → Read More

If you don't ever leave your borough, you suck (and you probably live in Manhattan)

All five boroughs in our great city are outstanding in their own ways—there’s the music of the Bronx, the style of Brooklyn, the art of Manhattan, the far-reach → Read More

A bunch of trains aren't stopping in Times Square after a nearby explosion

After an explosion this morning at 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, Port Authority has been evactuated, many trains are skipping the Times Square - 42nd Avenue stop, → Read More

This "TED meets Coachella" festival is coming back to Central Park this summer

Now that true spring weather is here we pretty much want to spend all of our time in the park—and here's one more way to do that this summer. The second → Read More