How to Fall in Love with Los Angeles
A globe-trotting writer visits the West Coast city for the first time and wonders why he waited so long. (Boston Globe Magazine, November 4, 2015)
Return to October Mountain
Take the road less traveled to experience the untamed side of the Berkshires in Autumn. Yankee, September/October 2013.
Long the sedate hobby of octogenarians, leaf peeping is taking on a whole new daredevil character. Coup Boston, Fall 2012.
One City, Two Worlds
San Juan is old, new, and everything in between. Coup Boston, Holiday 2012.
Can a weekend cooking class in one of New England's most exclusive kitchens turn a food-agnostic traveler into a culinary wizard? Coup Boston, Spring 2012.
Caribbean on the Fly
It’s not too late to make that dream vacation an affordable reality this winter. Boston Globe Magazine, November 13, 2011.
Best of New England 2011
Our top-to-bottom guide to the region’s premier offerings — from Maine lobster shacks to Connecticut antiques shops. New England Travel, 2011 Annual. Editor.
The Top 25 New England Foliage Towns
Using hard data, opinion and lots of travel time we have (for the first time!) gone out on a limb. Here are the best foliage towns in New England. Yankee, September/October 2010.
Scenic Drive: Vermont's Route 100
Vermont's long north-south highway offers surprises at every turn. Yankee, September 2009.
Chasing the Blues
Fresh from a luxurious makeover, Reykjavik's Blue Lagoon Spa is now as rejuvenated as its visitors. Fashion Boston, August 2007.
Buenos Aires, Now A Bargain
The Argentine capital is hip, vibrant—and affordable. Boston Globe, January 7, 2004.
Cambodia, Beneath the Surface
Far from the tourist buses, the Cambodia's real beauty is finally re-emerging. Boston Globe, August 23, 2003.
Tacky Mountain High
Romance meets retro in the Poconos. Boston, February 2002.