With road trips being a favorite American pastime, it is important for motorists and passengers to note how important it is to support small community economies and environmental conservation efforts while they are tootling down the road. Here are seven ways to make your next road trip an epic one.
Beyond the Las Vegas Strip on the outskirts of downtown is an island brimming with artistic talent, culture, community, and progress. Made entirely out of repurposed shipping containers and recycled materials,Downtown Container Parkis a project that aims to create a safe gathering space for community members and visitors, and encourage creativity, sustainability, relaxation, and fun.
Travelers Against Plastic (TAP) is celebrating its 4th anniversary on World Water Day, March 22nd, drawing attention to the negative impacts of disposable plastic water bottles. Let's learn how we can make an impact by ditching the plastic water bottle.
No, we aren’t talking about giant houses standing majestic and immovable on the shores of Finland’s lakes. We are talking about a new company we discovered called Houseboat that rents out comfortable floating apartments in Finland.
TheSedona Mago Retreat, a quiet oasis in the Verde Valley where you can escape from the world and relax. Creative Director Chris Scotti was hesitant about this little retreat at first, but the warm welcomes, content patrons and conservational practices quickly put him at ease and we had a delightful visit.
Even though we strive to inspire travelers to discover and explore new locations outside of the norm, we know that visiting popular sites like Disney Land, Knott's Berry Farm and other theme parks are on many travelers' schedules. That’s why it’s important to know how to travel to such places responsibly and set an example for others while having a great time.
Investigator extraordinaire Giulia Grazzini turns her sights to the legendary village of Sleepy Hollow. Follow Giulia as she tours the cemetery, tries the local cuisine and finds a treasure trove of haunting delights.
The Green River Music Festival wrapped up another successful year this year, but the festival wasn't only successful in entertaining music lovers. It also pushed the envelope with its new sustainability initiatives. Brianne Miers has the story.