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by Deborah Loeb Bohren As a travel photographer and writer for the past eight years, I can’t remember when I’ve gone five months without getting on a plane, exploring a new city and taking thousands of photographs. But the reality of Covid-19 with its travel restrictions and prohibitions has changed

by Effin Older I couldn’t leave without hugging you. It was the only time we broke the six-feet rule since COVID tore our lives apart. We clung to each other, not knowing when we’d touch again, but we promised, promised, promised we would. Hours later, your father and I boarded

Reviewed by Richard West “The past flows with the present, Into the deep pool of Now.’ (Anon.) Visiting Iceland, even reading about it, is never a disappointment as when Friday visits Sunday. The landscape is Day Four of the Creation: huge glaciers, naked lava, hot springs and geysers, volcanoes, black-sand

By Julie Snyder The hunt was on. Our mission? To find an idyllic coastal campsite within two hours of Portland. A scenic spot close to the beach that we could pop off to with a minimum of planning. What a silly idea. Campsites on the coast are scored far in

  Story by Brian E. Clark  Wisconsin’s Door County has long been famed for its cherries.  And I’ve eaten more than a few on visits over the past two decades to this finger-shaped peninsula that sticks out into the northwest corner of Lake Michigan.  The best cherry laced repast I’ve

Under Canvas comes to Maine and Lake Powell. Credit Under Canvas. By Everett Potter For the past year, I’ve been writing about the dramatic boom in glamping and the rise of smartly designed and sophisticated glamping resorts and compounds. I’ve devoted Forbes columns to Collective Retreats on Governor’s Island in Manhattan,

By Evelyn Kanter “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” August 18, 2020 is the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote. It’s hard to believe

By Everett Potter Exotic travel is at a standstill right now for most of us, but the next best thing may well be acquiring a vintage travel poster. Maybe an Art Deco example that depicts a beach on the Riviera, or a midcentury airline poster or perhaps a Cunard poster

On the Road with Flavor Forays: An Insider’s Tour of Four of America’s Hottest Food Cities —- Austin, Charleston, Portland, and New Orleans — takes readers along on memorable culinary immersions. Stir the pots. Meet the characters. Listen to the stories. And if you get hungry, whip up one of

By Everett Potter It was nearly 20 years ago that I first visited the newly opened Moonlight Basin, which lies on the northwest side of Montana’s iconic Lone Peak in Big Sky. The skiing was fantastic and Moonlight proved to be an ambitious if slow-growing resort. Homes, condos, townhomes and