This article appeared in the November-December 2018 print edition of Via Magazine (including the cover of the Oregon edition), and on the website (https://www.viamagazine.com/destinations/things-to-do-portland-oregon).
These two articles appeared in the AAA Via Magazine for May-June 2018.
Caribbean or Mexico? River or open sea? Land excursions or lazy days onboard? Planning a cruise vacation is a thrill until it’s time to pull out the credit card: That’s when things get serious. What if a better price is right around the corner—or you’ve just missed it?
When planning your next international trip, be sure to make one more stop on your Internet wanderings: the U.S. State Department's Travel Advisories website. While you're unlikely to be vacationing in North Korea or Iraq, you might be surprised by what countries appear on this page. (use zip code 94114 to view article)
Detroit has long been a city of makers, and this hands-on, DIY spirit today encompasses far more than just its automotive sector.
Even when you love your work, it's a rare person who is motivated all the time. Avoiding burnout can be a challenge, especially for solopreneurs who have to take care of every element of running a business by themselves.
Here are some tips to help you avoid burnout, stay motivated, and keep growing your business.
Anything that makes getting through an airport easier and less stressful is a good thing, and that's exactly what the various trusted traveler programs are designed to do. Eligibility requirements, costs, and availability differ with each program, so here's an overview of the five major programs. (use zip code 94114 to view article)
Sagre are Italian food festivals, ones like no other. Generally dedicated to a local delicacy, ingredient or agricultural activity, these are hyper-local festivities to celebrate a way of life and the passing of time. While some sagre have become world famous, these five will give you a taste of the local life.