The past few weeks have provided witness to the incredibly destructive power of wind and water throughout the Gulf Coast and the Caribbean, but for the past two months a similar demonstration of another element --- fire --- has ravaged huge swathes of territory in

For Labor Day Weekend, I visited friends in Colorado Springs, Colo. This was my third time in the city, but there’s still much to see and do — the natural beauty of the area is really stunning. Unique to my visit this time was attending

With a nickname like Music City, I knew I wanted to check out some great live music on my visit to Nashville. We had hoped to see a performance at the famed Ryman Auditorium during our stay. Unfortunately, Loretta Lynn canceled her scheduled shows there during

I always look forward to the various art sculptures erected every summer in Chicago. In the past, colorful cows, globes, furniture and other bright, fun structures decorated the streets. This year Chicago let the dogs out. The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation developed the Chicago K9s for

Every day after high school, my friends and I would walk into town. Some kids decided to hang out at Wendy’s, others 7/11, but my friends and I would always go get a slice at Marco’s Pizza. Even now when I have a chance, I take

Whenever out-of-town guests come to visit, one of our favorite summertime excursions is a jetboat trip on the Rogue River. Departing from the nearby riverside town of Grants Pass, Ore., these wild and wet fast-paced river tours are the perfect way to spend a few

Happy September! First of all, how is it Sept. 1 already? However, with the turn of the calendar to the new month comes the debut of whereverfamily.com, the newest web publication from FXExpress Publications, Inc., and the team behind Global Traveler and Trazee Travel. We’ve been

My husband and I recently spent a long weekend in Nashville. One of our favorite things to do while traveling is eat. Nashville is famous for its hot chicken, so we knew we wanted to experience this dish during our visit. After doing research and talking

The FXExpress Publications, Inc. team sends its love and support for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Updates As of yesterday, the National Weather Service announced Harvey set a record for total rainfall from a single tropical cyclone in the continental United States. Texas weather stations reported 48

Singapore is one of the world’s financial centers, largest ports and has one of the highest per capita incomes, so it’s no wonder it’s an epicenter for business travel. There are also no visa requirements for the United States and most European countries for short-term

When my friend invited me to meet him in South Carolina for the eclipse, I didn’t seriously consider it at first.  It may have been the 10-plus-hour drive each way from Philadelphia, or the fact that I could probably see some of it if I

My brother- and sister-in-law from Texas came to visit us a few weeks ago, and top of their list of things to do was a visit to Crater Lake National Park. The park lies only a 90-minute drive from our home, and though John and

Over the past few weeks, my coworker Ashley and I have frequented a nice Italian restaurant close to our office. Ashley is already a regular, greeted with a smile at the door, and the more I go to Carlucci’s, the more I feel like a

I arrived in Maui after a few days of business on Oahu, ready for a relaxing weekend. After a quick, 25-minute taxi to Wailea, I arrived at Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort. I was ushered down a tranquil outdoor walkway surrounded by water, which led into

A few weeks ago my husband and I attended Disney's Beauty and the Beast at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the final play for us this season through the ticket package we purchased in February. The season continues until mid-October, but we've already seen five of the