Travel & Recreation

A Word In Edgewise: I’ll Not Do It Any More—Until Next Time

A five-hour wait? “My Flight” had assured all was well: plane leaving 3:45, arriving San Francisco six-ish. Here, the board leers, “Delayed.”  Your flight now leaves 6:05, arriving after 8 p.m. There’s not time to […]

Nashville & Beyond

I’m not one to point to Queen Victoria as a monarch of good taste. The queen was known for denouncing pleasurable entertainments in the name of morality, yet—after hearing a performance of the visiting Fisk […]

It’s Always Fabulous In Philadelphia

Explore the history and delights of Philadelphia, which boasts a vibrant GLBT community all its own. I’ll admit that when I was a kid, any vacation that involved constant history lessons instead of constant theme […]

Live Like Royalty At Rivertown Inn

Stillwater’s Rivertown Inn has unique, elegant touches to make every guest’s stay feel personal and quaint. Since opening in 1982 as a bed and breakfast, the Rivertown Inn, located in Stillwater, Minnesota, has served many […]

From The Editor: Fall’s Well That Ends Well

Every so often, we all need to get away. We need time off, we need a vacation, we just need a freaking break. Usually, when we think of refreshing and resetting, the first time of […]

Hey Dude: Ranch it at Paws Up

Oh, now I get it: As the driver speeds me to the glam ranch called Paws Up—37,000 acres of Montana wonderland—I see why they call it “Big Sky.” You know you’re not in Minnesota, Dorothy, […]

Quebec’s Stellar Sisters

Montreal, the second-largest French-speaking city in the world (following—duh—Paris), blossomed along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, where French voyageur Jacques Cartier first beached his boat in 1535. His home still anchors the waterfront, […]

Ireland’s Ancient East

Ireland, and no Guinness mugs, no clover t-shirts? Good on ye, as they say around here. We’re traveling throughout the island’s Ancient East, a landscape punctuated by massive medieval castles (in which we bed and […]

Unearthing The ‘Land Of Enchantment’

I have an extensive list of destinations I want to visit. Japan is towards the top. I haven’t made it to New Orleans yet. When coworkers and friends rave about their adventures, I pull out […]

Tale of Two Cities, Tennessee Style

When the railroad depot was built, Chattanooga choo-choo’d into its golden era. Later, as train travel dwindled, so did the city’s charms. During the ’80s, recalls a local booster, “The downtown was shabby. So was […]

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