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Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Visit Portland Oregon: Portlandia Style

Had enough of “staycations”? Want a travel destination that won’t break the piggy bank? Portland, Oregon is more than recycling, kale chips and polar fleece. This pacific northwest city is alive with quirky culture. There’s a couple of mandatory details to discuss first. One: Watch at least one episode of “Portlandia” to understand this Berkeley-er-than-thou

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Junk in the Trunk Vintage Lovers!

Calling all vintage lovers, home decorators, antique collectors, and crafters! Junk in the Trunk Vintage has several great market events planned for 2018 in Scottsdale, Pomona, San Diego and Northern California. These one-of-a-kind shopping events center on...

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

San Francisco Designer Showcase 2012

35 Years Strong This years design challenge transformed the multi-story Pacific Heights mansion at 2020 Jackson Street in San Francisco. For the 35th year decorators vied for a chance to show off their design cred, all to...

Monday, February 6th, 2012

The Clifton Inn; Charlottesville, Virginia

Classic Elegance & Refined Southern Hospitality Rolling hills speckled with vineyards, sprawling country estates, horse farms and historic homes make up the scenic backdrop of lovely Charlottesville, Virginia. Offering an abundance of natural beauty, history and urban sophistication, Charlottesville is...

Monday, October 10th, 2011

A RETRO-FIT for the Plaza Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas

The Plaza Hotel & Casino has had a long and colorful history. Deputing as the Union Plaza Hotel in 1971, the casino property has stood the test of time. Now 40 years and $35 million in renovations...

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Eco-Friendly Travel Accessories by Heathered

This week I took the oath to “Buy Local” and on a rare sunny Saturday in San Francisco I came across Heathered at the Lower Haight Art Walk. The artist Heather Logsdon makes the perfect items for...

Monday, July 11th, 2011

Hotel Review: Le Petit Hotel; Montreal, Canada

  Small in the travel industry can mean many things – both good and bad. But in the case of Le Petit Hotel in Montreal’s historic district, small translates to the number “one”, a ranking that means...

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