Renew, refresh, return to life at Timber Creek

Although only about an hour drive from almost anywhere in the Kansas City metro area, it feels like a world away—a place where you don’t do anything, you just be. This is Timber Creek.

February Travel Events

As daunting as it may seem that time is flying by so fast and the ink is barely dry on our New Year’s resolutions, it doesn’t mean that we have to let life pass us by.

Quinoa, sunflower, sprouts and lentils, oh my!

Whether due to cultural traditions, health concerns, social trends or a combination thereof, travelers are increasingly seeking out great vegetarian and vegan restaurants as part of their epicurean adventures—and they’re finding much more than just lettuce and tofu.

2015 travel year in review

From amazing locales to outstanding restaurants, warm and welcoming people, unique attractions, jaw-dropping accommodations and a great deal more, 2015 was a very wanderlust year

Comfortable, convenient, stylish and healthy products for the road

Check out these products for your next trip!

Around the world with the flip of a page

You don’t have to adjust your glasses. Just read the title much slower, as it is a tad bit different from what your brain probably took in initially.

The cultural and culinary arts of McAllen

As a rising star in Texas, McAllen, located in southern Texas along the 100-mile expanse of the northern bank of the Rio Grande River separating the United States from Mexico, possesses a rich arts and culture scene and gastronomic landscape, ...

McAllen is for the birds!

In our first adventure, we were just getting the lay of the land in McAllen, located in southern Texas a little over a one-hour flight from Dallas along the 100 mile expanse of the northern bank of the Rio Grande ...

Airbnb hosts found to discriminate against guests with 'black' names

Airbnb hosts are less likely to rent to guests with African American sounding names, according to a new Harvard study.

McAllen: A rising star in Texas

Every living thing goes through a growing phase. Children, animals, plants—they all start from little seedlings and mature into their full potential.

December travel calendar of events

The end of the year has snuck up on us again, but that’s no reason to bring your travel adventures to a close.

Travel for business or pleasure? How about both?

As a travel writer, most of the year I’m on the move. Boarding a plane at 5 a.m., checking out a new resort, restaurant hopping in a small town, taking in an exhibit in a museum—it’s all business … and ...

Travel tips of the trade

The busy holiday season is right around the corner, a time when many people take to the skies, roads, rails and seas to visit friends and family close to home and further afield.

Up, up and away …

If you are of a certain age, you will remember this song by the 5th Dimension: “Would you like to ride in my beautiful balloon?

Afrocentric fall events to delight and inspire

New York City, Philadelphia, Barbados, Mobile, Schenectady, Kiawah Island and even online! These are just a few of the locales where numerous exciting events and happenings are taking place this month and beyond