Tag Archives: history

“Downton Abbey” summers at the Biltmore

Earlier this spring I had the chance to visit the Biltmore in Asheville, NC for the first time and write about the “Downton Abbey” exhibit for USAToday.com. I can’t wait to return!

150th anniversary: Celebrating the life of Lincoln

Wednesday marks the 150th anniversary of President Lincoln’s assassination in Washington, DC. In a piece published today on USAToday.com, I wrote about following in his footsteps, from a travel perspective.

Magical Moloka’i

Earlier this year I had the chance to visit the Hawaiian Island of Moloka’i, and write about it for Denver Life Magazine. Take a look at what I found on this magical island!

“Road to Berlin” opens at National World War II Museum

The “Road to Berlin” opens this weekend in the new Campaigns of Courage pavilion at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. Last week, I got a sneak peek at the pavilion and the exhibit, and am honored to share a look inside with USATODAY.com readers, and you! Click here to read the story and see photos!