You get a text from a friend: "Flights to Paris are 300 bucks!" it says. Do you a) Book now, figure it out later, b) Agonize over whether you should do it and finally go to book only to find it's sold out, or c) Hit delete — you don't need that temptation?
Day One of Three Perfect Days Louisville: I introduce travelers to iconic Louisville sites and hot restaurants.
Locals may debate whether this river city is the South or the Midwest, but everyone can agree that Louisville, Kentucky, is an exciting place to be.
Crowds pack the 'Ville for the Kentucky Derby the first weekend in May, but bourbon-fueled delights await year-round.
Are you planning to have Fido or Fluffy join you on your next vacation? Your whole furry family is bound to have a good time.
Where people are creating, there is hope. And you don’t have to look far in this city to see the vivid colors of hope
Stop saying "smooth," to start.
“These are your cousins. You will probably be spending the night with them.”
So said the translator after my husband Brian and I arrived at the rural Slovakian home of his relatives, the cousins we'd just learned about.
If you've spent five minutes on the internet looking at closet solutions you've seen IKEA PAX. The enormously popular closet system is a Pinterest champ, and for good reason: it's far more affordable than custom, looks great, and can be endlessly tweaked to exactly what buyers need.
Motown, the Motor City, the D. With its history and culture and great new places to hang, this happening hot spot can’t have just one name.
Paris is so unbearably delicious that you want to take everything with you — just stuff all that amazing food in your bag so when you're home longing for the city you can at least console yourself with a taste of it. And you totally should! A plate of oozy, wonderfully stinky French cheeses isn't going to cure the malaise of missing Paris, but it's a start.
There's a new spin on the Motor City—and it's on two wheels. Long synonymous with American auto manufacturing (and its demise), Detroit is now home now to a scrappy start-up determined to bring handmade American bikes to the world.
There’s just something about living — even temporarily — in other kitchens to inspire a wish list for your own. A few months ago, I spent two weeks in France
Detroit has long been a producer of whiskey (though not always legally) thanks to its ideal agriculture and a climate perfect for aging bourbon.
Every once in a while, a series of headlines will blare from national outlets with some version of “you're drinking a lie!”
These stories aim to “expose” the alleged secret of whiskey sourcing, the practice in which a brand buys new make or aged whiskey and sells it under its own label. And there's been some high drama around it, with several brands —