You’re in Charleston at your favorite rooftop bar, sipping a mojito and basking in the warmth of an early fall sunset. Life is good, but, strangely, you feel…Continue Reading
Must human greed forever prevent us from preserving civilization’s most precious artistic and natural treasures? We’re witnessing an administration in Washington that blatantly places corporate profits above all else. And our environment, including the country’s…Continue Reading
In 1969, TV anchor Walter Cronkite, citing an EPA report, declared that Chattanooga was “the dirtiest city in America.” What a difference half a century makes! Today, Chattanooga (population 176,000)…Continue Reading
When you think of Florida, sun-kissed beaches and water sports come to mind. With over 50 miles of beaches and a broad range of aquatic activities, Ft. Myers and neighboring Sanibel and Captiva islands—situated on Florida’s southwest…Continue Reading
Who would have known that Ft. Myers, Florida now has, according to a recent story in Florida Weekly by journalist Roger Williams, the “single finest bookstore in and about the state of Florida?” In fact, this new literary resource…Continue Reading
Want to know why people, particularly photographers, come from all over the U.S. to this rookery in St. Augustine, Florida? Action. There’s never a dull moment at the Alligator Farm, where thousands of tropical birds arrive every spring to mate,…Continue Reading
This is a big year for Charleston’s internationally renowned Spoleto Festival, a showpiece for the performing arts. If possible, try to visit in late spring and join the excitement!
The Festival marks…Continue Reading
Torres del Paine National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in southern Chile, gets our vote as one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
The top place to stay is…Continue Reading