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Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

How Rosie the Riveter and Detroit Saved the World

The year was 1942, and the outcome of World War II was hanging in the balance. The war was fully underway, with no clear idea of what would happen. The United States had joined England in declaring war the year before, and the Allies were dug in the trenches of Europe, Africa and Asia. Enter

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

A Mall for Women who Hate Malls

I am one of those people: I detest malls. I don’t particularly love shopping most of the time anyway, and the idea of a shopping mall as being a “fun” place just escapes me. Before my recent...

Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Weekend Beach Getaway in Miami/Fort Lauderdale

Sometimes women just need a short getaway — a weekend of bliss and relaxation, perhaps close to home or perhaps as a layover from another trip. In the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area of Florida, the clear choice is...

Friday, September 18th, 2015

Experience Magical Bergen, Norway at Thon Hotel Bristol

The best way I can describe Bergen, Norway is simply, magical. Coming in on the ferry just after sunset, the Old Town sparkled over the water, its colorful buildings with the boats bobbing in front of them...

Friday, September 18th, 2015

Stockholm in Style at the Story Hotel

I arrived in Stockholm as a first-timer to Scandinavia. I expected to find a sophisticated, beautiful, artistic and fit city — and that I did, personified in the Story Hotel at Riddargatan. It’s on the cutting edge...

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Experience the History and Charm of Savannah on Beautiful Jones Street

Savannah is a little like a slightly naughty debutante: beautiful, classic and polished on the surface; but with a funkiness that lies beneath, where things are quite as prim and proper as they appear. The leafy streets...

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Historic Charleston at your Doorstep at 19 Broad

The historic district of Charleston is so postcard-pretty perfect, the restored homes so gorgeous, that it almost feels like a movie set. Fake, almost; I expected to see ladies in hoop skirts step out of the horse-drawn...

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