Entries by Elyse Glickman

(Plane) Food for Thought

Every parent with a picky toddler, child or teen will probably place in-flight food as one of the least pleasant aspects of travel. Famously opinionated celebrity chef/restaurateur Gordon Ramsay would heartily agree with you and your kids. He recently told pop culture website Refinery29 that based on his knowledge of where the “food’s been and […]

What’s New for the Family in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus is more than just Ohio’s state capitol … it’s a center of innovation, a vibrant college town (including Ohio State University), a hotbed of successful “household name” American businesses (JP Morgan Chase, Nationwide Insurance, Limited Brands, Big Lots, Wendy’s Restaurants) and a cultural hub with a diverse food scene, a surprising array of museums […]

Anchors Away (Again) Aboard the U.S.S. IOWA

There’s nothing that brings a multigenerational family trip together than a piece of living history kids, teens, parents and grandparents can all connect to. Disneyland and Universal Studios are obvious year-round crowd pleasers for Southern California visitors, and all generations have their pop cultural touchstones within the world’s movie capital. A summer afternoon aboard the […]

A Mid-Summer Weekend’s Dream for the Whole Family

More than 50 years after the Beatles built the foundation of their musical legacy in clubs of Hamburg, Germany, it remains an essential pilgrimage stop for music fans. However, like other major German cities, the city is packed with museums, historic sites and cultural spots tailor-made for visitors of all ages. And then there are statistics showing […]

Travel Essentials from the Red Carpet

“Awards season” in Hollywood may now be a memory, but entrepreneurs participating in pre-awards show events hope introducing goods to celebrities and other “influencers” will translate into mainstream public success long after the last envelope has been opened. Designer gowns, fine jewelry, status watches and luxury beauty products get a lot of press, of course. […]