Travel & Recreation

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Shane Lueck

My favorite part about holiday gift giving is the excuse to buy family and friends those things that they wouldn’t normally buy themselves. They’ve talked nonstop about how much they want something but can’t seem […]

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Andy Lien

KRUPS Savoy 12-Cup Thermal ET351 The newest coffee maker on the market features a thermal carafe, which purportedly keeps coffee warm for up to four hours, but my road testing has had me sipping still-warm […]

Travel: Austria’s Beauty Pageant

To go from Upper Austria to Lower Austria, you travel…east? Logic may not prevail here, but beauty does. So, start the pageant in Salzburg and prepare to be awed. I came for the rocks. The […]

Travel: Lutherland

Sometimes you just wanna use those golden vacay days baking in the sand, never leaving the all-inclusive until it’s time for the airport taxi. But more and more, travelers are seeking to expand their minds […]

Travel: Milwaukee Eats: Beard Bingeing

Back in the day, I was given a cookbook by connoisseur of all things yummy, James Beard. I traded it in for one by Betty Crocker. What did I know? Times have changed, and so […]

Québec November Events

By Keven Tremblay In a monthly column featuring must-visit events in Québec from a person who lives there, Keven Tremblay acts as your personal tour guide. Making sure you’re aware of the best and biggest events the […]

Hot New Hotels

In continuing our theme of “Home Away from Home” for this Winter Home & Garden Issue, I checked in with some of the hot new hotels popping up to find out what they’ve got going […]

Québec October Events

By Keven Tremblay In a monthly column featuring must-visit events in Québec from a person who lives there, Keven Tremblay acts as your personal tour guide. Making sure you’re aware of the best and biggest events the […]

A Word In Edgewise: Learning from Others

I recently spent 10 days in Amsterdam. Aside from the beauty of Amsterdam, itself, a city of which I am very fond, I was struck by a couple of cultural differences. While Twin Citians are great […]

A Getaway on the Breeze

Just last week, I escaped to the North Shore for a midweek getaway. It was a spur-of-the-moment thing, a magical gap in my calendar, and a new-but-old accommodation destination that had a rare vacancy. I […]

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