5 Reasons I Love my CSA

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Seeing trucks around town spray painted with giant-sized corn, steak, cheese, grapes, and apples I was intrigued by what they were carrying, especially with the tagline, “Local Provisions for Modern Domestic Living.” These trucks were my first real exposure to a CSA – or community-supported agriculture.

Florida Culture for the Week of September 25, 2016 by Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of September 25, 2016 by Josh Garrick

Digging Deeper into Hawaiian History on the Hawai’i Monarchs Tour


If your wife were a princess, wouldn’t you want to dedicate a museum to her? Of course you would—and for Honolulu’s Bishop Museum, what a splendid dedication it is. But I’m getting ahead of myself: before I discuss the appealing vibe and the remarkable Hawaiian-culture holdings of the Bishop, let’s talk about museum tours.

Stratford Writers Festival launches interactive component to help emerging authors get published

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A new kind of 21st Century literary festival combining literature, the arts and interactive programming comes to Stratford next month, giving aspiring writers a chance to share their work with established authors and industry professionals.

Inside Study Abroad Announces Fall Open Enrollment for the Global Pro Institute

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Inside Study Abroad (we've shared their story here and Brooke's study abroad experiences here) is excited to announce the open enrollment for the Fall 2016 Cohort of the Global Pro Institute, a 6-week online professional development, training, and coaching program for aspiring professionals in inter

#StudyAbroadBecause it shapes who you’ll become

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Sam Parker is a 25 year old living in Philadelphia, and is currently in school to become an occupational therapist. She's passionate about travel, philly, yoga, anything Harry Potter, and her two fur babies Luna(tic) and Artemis(Chievous). 

Sam Parker: #StudyAbroadBecause it shapes who you’ll become

Bacon and Ale Trail? Thank you, Stratford!

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You know how much we love Stratford, Ontario, right? It's the perfect mix of great food, lovely scenery, art, culture, interesting people, and joy. When we visited last fall, we couldn't stop exclaiming over everything - but especially the food. We participated in several food trails, including the Bacon and Ale Trail. Don't drink? I don't, and I loved every single bit of bacony goodness that came my way. Take a look...

Sailing a Bareboat to Fell’s Point for the Beer Culture

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Baltimore used to be one of the major boat manufacturing powerhouses in the U.S. For many years this enterprise not only buoyed, but helped Baltimore grow into one of the largest economic hubs in the Eastern U.S.A. However, it was Baltimore’s robust brewing manufacturers that kept the city moving forward even after all the boat manufacturing companies folded. During the mid-20th century, the major brewing companies took hits that also made them defunct.

Getting Acquainted With the British Virgin Islands

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With a grand collection of tropical paradises, the Caribbean’s British Virgin Islands can sometimes be overlooked. Over 60 islands make up this cluster of British territory that lies east of Puerto Rico. The intimate proximity of these islands make travelling via a bareboat charter the best way to get the most out of your vacation. But with so many islands to choose from, which ones should you visit first? 

Split Rock Lighthouse, Lake Superior's North Shore, Minnesota

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The Minnesota side of Lake Superior’s North Shore is full of iconic places, but one of the best-known has to be Split Rock Lighthouse, part of Split Rock Lighthouse State Park. 

Split Rock Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Minnesota