May 2017

By Shari Hartford After 35 years as a print magazine editor, I easily wax poetic about typefaces, the smell of ink and the noise of great printing presses churning out pages and pages of glossy fashion and important words. In 1930 there was a printing house nestled in the Hell’s

It is worth getting acquainted with Anantara if travel with a sense of place, style and local authenticity matters to you.

  By Kim McHugh I’m standing next to a pedestal that anchors an Apache Mountain Spirit Dancer that towers over 20 feet. From the brick colored bandana shielding the face, to the bell-adorned waist belt, to the frilled skirt, to the moccasin boots, sculptor Craig Dan Goseyun captures the pride

By Everett Potter Forget the tie, the cufflinks and that new putter. Dad deserves better than that, especially with clothing made for active men getting better all the time. Here’s a look at the latest from Rhone, Unbound, Ecoths and Mountain Khakis … continue reading

Exodus Travels wants to send you on your dream trip every year for the rest of your life! All you have to do is pick your top 3 adventures. One lucky traveler will win one trip with Exodus every year for life. With over 100+ countries and 600+ Cultural, Hiking,

By Everett Potter Canada, our great neighbor to the north, is marking its 150th year of Confederation this year. There may be no more misunderstood province of Canada than Québec. French-speaking, connected to the country but somehow standing apart, it’s a distinct world within Canada. Here are five myths about

By Monique Burns  People and places often inspire great works of art.  Perhaps that’s why the bustling, densely populated, even chaotic neighborhood of Yau Ma Tei seems such an unlikely locale for Hotel Stage.  One of Hong Kong’s newest boutique establishments, Hotel Stage—a sleek 97-room design hotel with a stylish

By Ann Abel The foyer by the carpark is decorated with memorabilia from 1930s Formula 1 driver Prince Birabongse Bhanudej (still the only racer in Thai history) and a poster advertising the 1939 Bangkok Grand Prix that never happened. The library has a Bangkok guidebook from 1904 along with 4,000-year-old Neolithic pottery. The vinyl

By Everett Potter So you’ve always wanted to hike the Appalachian Trail (AT) but you just don’t have the time? Then speak with Jeffrey H. Ryan, the author of Appalachian Odyssey. His subtitle says it all: A 28 Year Hike on America’s Trail. Your read that right. Of course, he hasn’t been

Story and photos by Chris “Chez” Chesak We didn’t choose Paris; it chose us. We had exhausted most options from our family ‘bucket list’ of destinations and had given up on any ‘big’ trips for our girls’ spring break. We would settle, it would seem, for a camping trip or