Stephanie Rosenbloom

Stephanie is The Getaway columnist for The New York Times Travel section. 

You can also find some of her work in “The New York Times, 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada” (Taschen, 2011) and “The New York Times Practical Guide to Practically Everything” (St. Martin’s Press, 2006).

She has been a guest on television and radio programs including American Morning on CNN; The Today Show on NBC; The Debrief with David Ushery on WNBC; The Joan Hamburg Show (WOR News Talk Radio); New Tech City (WNYC/NPR); Rudy Maxa's World (Sirius XM Radio) and The Takeaway (WNYC/NPR).  And she has spoken on a number of panels, like Parsons The New School for Design's "What Should We Be Doing?" with Tommy Hilfiger and Theory's Andrew Rosen.

Online, Stephanie is regularly featured in videos, podcasts, and other digital projects like The New York Times Knowledge Network's "Networks and Female Entrepreneurs" live interactive Webcast. For journalism students, she has led Q&A sessions on the Web as well as at New York University and, via teleconference, at Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

Before joining Travel, Stephanie was a New York Times staff reporter for many sections including Business Day, Real Estate, and Styles. She was part of the team that helped create Thursday Styles; the lead reporter for the Metro desk's Neediest Cases series; and a member of the Continuous News Desk, which provides breaking news content to

Travel news, advice, adventures and the occasional poem on Twitter @stephronyt.

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