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Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY

  Guest post by Jamie Rhein Women's rights take center stage at the Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, New York.  This historic slice of upstate New York is in a region steeped in social justice. Its location is fitting. Seneca Falls is where a group of women (and some men) held the first [...]

Glen Park: A Gem of a Neighborhood in San Francisco

The sweet,  tucked away Glen Park neighborhood in San Francisco This post was contributed by Lisa Crovo Dion This little gem of a neighborhood can be easily overlooked in a town full of must-see destinations, but those in-the-know understand the cozy, village appeal of Glen Park. Tucked between Diamond Heights, Noe Valley and [...]

2018-05-17T05:23:56+00:00 May 2nd, 2018|California, Food, Restaurants and Dining, Travel, United States|

A Supposedly Fun Thing: An Exhibit of Voyeuristic Travel

Guest post by Jamie Rhein Photographer Mitya Trotsky's exhibit, "A Supposedly Fun-Thing," at the ArtMedia Gallery in Miami has me wishing I was heading to Florida soon, and thinking about travel photography. Specifically, what it takes to get a photo of merit that evokes more than just a pretty scene. Timing is often key, like [...]

2018-02-21T20:04:01+00:00 February 21st, 2018|Cruise, Florida, Things To See and Do, Travel, United States|