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By Neil Wolkodoff Maui and Oahu have a pretty fast pace, akin to Los Angeles dropped in Hawaii. Go to Hilo on the Big Island, and the pace is much more like Hawaii of 50 years ago. This doesn’t mean there aren’t things to do, or restaurants or artists or

Story & photos by By Melissa Coleman Migis Lodge, located on the shores of Maine’s Sebago Lake, may feel like a summer retreat where time never passes. However, the resort is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year and now welcoming forth (and even fifth) generation guests—evidencing that time has most

Story by Jules Older. Photos by Effin Older. Ask any ten sophisticated travelers where they go in Hawaii, and here’s what they’ll answer: Four will stay on The Garden Isle, Kauai. Three will fly to The Big Island, Hawaii. Of the remaining three, one will be on Maui, one on

By Marian Betancourt When I lived in Philadelphia for two years in the 1990s I missed New York. Although I enjoyed the art museum and the Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia didn’t seem as vibrant as my native city. Well, that view has been quashed forever by a recent visit during

By Neil Wolkodoff The Big Island of Hawaii presents a diversity of travel and recreational opportunities on essentially the largest mountain in the world. The Big Island has sand, lava fields, vegetation, two primary volcanic mountains and even rain forests. Your mix of activities should be proximity driven. No real

By Neil Wolkodoff If you are a skier coming to Colorado in December and January and stopping off in Denver for a day of altitude acclimatization, these venues offer some great diversions while breathing the rarified air. Take an afternoon, then spend the night, then head to your ski area

Story & photos by Jeanne Muchnick Forrest Villarrubia didn’t talk about his experiences during World War II until five years ago when he joined the volunteer staff at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans. Now, the 90-year-old former Marine (he served in the Philippines and other parts of the

Story & photos by Steve Jermanok Denver mogul Philip Anschutz might not be a household name outside the state of Colorado, but make no mistake that he’s using his estimated fortune of over $10 billion to become a major player in the world of travel. This is especially true in

By Monique Burns For years, drawn by the superb food and wine, the sunshine and salubrious climate, the rolling ocher hills and bucolic green vineyards, I traveled regularly to California’s Napa Valley.  From San Francisco, I’d head north along I-80, then pick up rustic Highway 29, which wends its way

  By Marian Betancourt Barbecue and jazz immediately come to mind when Kansas City, Missouri is mentioned, but there is much more to enjoy here in the heart of America, such as its sophisticated museums, a thriving arts culture and award-winning chefs and the city’s walkable neighborhoods are soon to