I took my family to Wapakoneta, OH, birthplace of Neil Armstrong and home of the Armstrong Air and Space Museum.
I was only marginally aware Delaware had beaches. I was only marginally aware of Delaware.
It's finally that most quintessential of American summer holidays: Independence Day week. If you're road-tripping through Michigan on I-75 and in need of a better excuse than fast food to get out of the car, consider Monroe, Michigan and River Raisin National Battlefield Park. There are only four National Battlefield Parks in the United States … Continue reading Monroe, MI and River Raisin National Battlefield Park
Historic Charleston, South Carolina is one of my favorite places in the United States. For someone who lives in a city that is barely 200 years old (and doesn't look a day past 50), I am amazed by Charleston's historic preservation and charm every time I return. After all, there are about 350 years of … Continue reading Walking and Dessert in Historic Charleston, SC
Columbus Food Adventures takes my wife and I to some of the best Short North restaurants.
Simply put--teaching English abroad is one of the easiest and most exciting ways to become a 'waygook saram,' or 'foreigner'.
The Short North is the buzziest, hippiest part of Columbus right now. I'm definitely not cool or rich enough to live there.
Sometimes, a vacation really only needs to center around food.
Ohio nature doesn't feature a lot of superlatives, but when it does...
A small town in Illinois has a lot of big stuff. Like, really big.