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by Fred Marmorstein

Panning for gold in Virginia can be as easy as swirling sand in a four foot long black trough at the Gold Mining Camp Museum at Monroe Park in Goldvein, or it can be as challenging as digging and sluicing...

by Marilyn Anderson

Ohhhhh, weddings, engagements, anniversaries – they all mean romance! But why limit romance to special occasions? Pick any night, and whisk your honey off to an enchanting getaway. Just an hour and a half...

by Paige Donner

Hotel Palomar Los Angeles, newly opened on the Wilshire corridor in Westwood, incorporates more than 40 eco-friendly practices into its daily operations as part of the Kimpton Hotel's award-winning and...

by John Lamkin

Nearly 40 years ago, I bumped along the pot-holed highway south out of Oaxaca City, Mexico to get to the Zapotec Indian weaving village of Teotitlán del Valle, an enclave of dirt streets and meager...

by Leon Baxter

My wife, Mary, thought that my enthusiasm for spending a week at Club Med in Mexico was some sort of product of romance. She envisioned just the two of us, romantic Mexican sunsets, long walks on the beach and...

by Ron Kness

What is it about this place that attracts visitors and residents to stay? Why would someone trade a house with four walls and all the modern conveniences for a bamboo-walled, thatched-roof hut with few...

by Fred Marmorstein

The Blue Ridge Mountains stand fervently in the distance and provide a majestic backdrop for winery Breaux Vineyards. Only an hour from D.C.’s metropolis and nine miles from historic Harpers Ferry, West...

by Mike Cohen

JAMAICA Pack your bags and come to the sunny island of Jamaica, mon. Home to Reggae music, Bob Marley and the peaceful, spiritual Rastafarians, your vacation dreams await fulfillment on the beautiful shores...

by Mike Cohen

JAMAICA There are two ways to truly experience Jamaica. The first is to stay in some of the unbelievably beautiful hotels that are available, dine in some of the best restaurants you’ll find anywhere with...

by David Womack

Each spring a brigade of giant Grey Whales marches northward along the California coast. The California leg is part of a 6,000-mile journey that begins in the coastal lagoons of Baja California and ends in the...

by David Womack

Exploring Crystal Cove State Park South of Corona Del Mar the coastline turns dramatic. Rock-strewn ridge lines rise nearly 1000 feet above the beckoning Pacific. Not surprisingly, this landscape harbors...

by Robert Soloway

I was sitting in a waiting room while getting tires put on my car. There were 4 of us waiting, all male. Three of us were in our 50’s or maybe early 60’s. One was a white guy who had most of one arm missing...

by Mike Burgess

When you work as hard as people have to nowadays, playing just as hard becomes pretty important. One of the things I try to do at least once a year to relax and get away from the rat race is fly fishing in the...

by Mike Burgess

I'm very partial to hiking, and great hiking trails are everywhere in the US. I have attempted to compile information and some critiques on the best hiking trails in the country (subjective - my own opinion and...

by Suzanne Kane

With today’s uncertain economy and skyrocketing prices in everything from fuel economy to groceries, you might think that travel is out of the question. Not so, if you plan wisely. Californians (and state...
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Andy Cowan
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Paul M. J. Suchecki
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Coby Kindles
Coby Kindles is a freelance journalist, screenplay writer and essayist. She has been a staff writer at Knight Ridder and a regular contributor to The Associated Press.
Debbie Milam
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Dan Rafter
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Jack Nargundkar has been repeatedly published in Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The New York Times. He is also an author of "The Bush Diaries" published in July 2005.