By Erika Mailman Perched on the southern shores of Lake Erie, Clevelanders are known for their affability and midwestern resilience and pride—and for being fierce advocates for their (formerly) gritty city and its Rust Belt heritage. Spanning the Cuyahoga River, the city offers eclectic architecture, a...

By Erika Mailman Kansas City, Missouri, offers a pleasant mix of urban and midwestern, and is a cultural hub with long-standing jazz traditions, a famous penchant for barbecue, and a reputation for friendliness. The Power & Light District downtown is a busy center for shopping, dining, and...

By Erika Mailman Perhaps no other large city in the United States better embodies the spirit of discovery and innovation than San Francisco. From its storied gold rush population boom to the Summer of Love and the current infusion of technology companies, it’s always been a city...

Paris’s charm is palpable, starting with its café tables full of fashionable people spilling out onto the sidewalks. You’ll be tempted to spend your whole visit people watching while enjoying a glass of Clos Montmartre or an espresso. And if you learn just a few French...

By Erika Mailman   Now’s a great time to visit London with all the hoopla surrounding the upcoming royal wedding. This is your chance to buy a tea towel with Meghan and Harry on it! Speaking of tea, you’ll want to steep yourself in the tea room culture....

[caption id="attachment_7830" align="alignleft" width="225"] Fisheye view of crowds of people at the famous Shibuya Crossing.[/caption] By Erika Mailman Tokyo’s charm is both in its ancient magic and in its cosmopolitan modernity. It began in the late 12th century as a fishing village called Edo; today the capital...

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