October 4, 2021

Preferred Travel Magazine “Nourishing Souls”

Celebrities are using their power to fight hunger insecurity Read PDF
September 3, 2021

Marriott Bonvoy Traveler “San Francisco For Families”

With a little bit of everything to do in San Francisco, the compact and cosmopolitan city delivers world-class fun to every member of the family. Read […]
September 2, 2021

Virtuoso Life Magazine “Tune Into Catalina Island”

Just a short ferry from Los Angeles,  beaches and backcountry hiking – plus a bit of bygone Hollywood glamour –await on California’s Catalina Island. Read PDF
July 1, 2021

Virtuoso Life Magazine “Hurrah for Healdsburg”

Sonoma’s weekend favorite delivers big on wine-country flavor. Read article
June 10, 2021
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Ciao Bambino “Best Hotels & Resorts for a Family Reunion”

Pulling off a successful gathering begins with picking the right place for your clan. Whether you prefer 24/7 togetherness or a do-your-own-thing agenda is more your […]
June 10, 2021

The New York Times “Make The World Better With One Of These 9 Ideas”

As the pandemic and lockdowns dragged on and on over the past year, many people longed only for the day when the world would return to […]
May 1, 2021

Virtuoso Life Magazine “Tides That Bind”

The glow of summer beach traditions shines long after the tans fade Read essay
January 2, 2021

Conde Nast Traveler “Where to eat, stay, and play in Lake Tahoe”

Lake Tahoe, North America’s largest alpine lake, sits at 6,200 feet across the California and Nevada border, and is a vast outdoor playground for hardcore and […]
November 13, 2020

Virtuoso Life Magazine “La Dolce Vita Down Under”

Australia’s Prosecco Road sparkles with Italian tradition Read PDF
November 1, 2020

National Geographic Traveler “America’s Most Beautiful Urban Parks”

The pandemic is a problem and natural areas are part of the solution. Outdoor activity and fresh air contribute to physical and emotional health, but the […]
November 1, 2020

The Saturday Evening Post “Having a Pen Pal is Good Medicine”

Writing letters — real letters, with pen and paper — makes you stronger, both physically and emotionally. Read article here
July 2, 2020

AARP “Simple Ways To Say Thank You”

Sequestering indoors has tested the resilience and patience of many, but this slowed-down period of unplanned days has also created more opportunities for people to take […]
July 2, 2020

AARP “Six Top Chefs Share Signature Recipes”

As many restaurant dining rooms are closed or operating at restricted capacity during social distancing restrictions to thwart the coronavirus, we asked six of America’s best […]
May 14, 2020

AARP “Five Ideas For Celebrating Your 2020 Grad”

Across the country, caring strangers, proud families, and enterprising companies are turning this unique moment into an opportunity to say “hip, hip hooray” to the class […]
March 9, 2020

Delta Sky “100 Things To Love About L.A.”

There are way more than 100 things to embrace in Los Angeles, considering the vibrant multi-ethnic culture, the world-class food, the glamour of Hollywood, the sun-dappled […]
February 7, 2020

Hemispheres “Off the Hook”

An artisan tackles Belize’s invasive lionfish problem one piece of jewelry at a time. Read PDF
February 1, 2020

#FlyWashington Magazine “City Break: Geneva”

Geneva has long had a reputaiton for being a little stuffy and even boring. But as with most hackneyed stertiotypes, they usually have more to say […]
January 13, 2020

Virtuoso Life Magazine “B-side Bets”

For every on-repeat destination, there’s a place less traveled that’s just as cool. Read PDF
January 1, 2020

American Way “Teeming with Tea”

Head to Napa Valley to taste wine and to America’s oldest Chinatown to taste tea. Read PDF
December 23, 2019

National Geographic Traveler “Your next French travel obsession”

In the Jura, discover wine, cheese, and outdoor adventures that add up to an excellent off-the-beaten-path journey. Read link