Afternoon Tea at The Palm Court at The Plaza in New York City Fairytales do come true. Ok, well maybe you won’t meet your Prince Charming or Snow White, but you will be treated like a King and Queen if… Read More
The 2021 Travel & Adventure Show and my best moments. As I prepare for my third Travel & Adventure Show of 2022, I thought I would reflect on highlights from the 2021 Travel Shows I was a part of, even… Read More
Christmastime and the Holidays In New Orleans When it comes to celebrating Christmas and the holidays, I can’t imagine another major city that goes as all out, like New Orleans, Louisiana.
VALENTINE’S DAY… Why Every Day Should Be. It’s become a yearly tradition for me now, so I’m back again this year to extend my personal take on Valentine’s Day. Luckily enough for me, my wife feels the same way as… Read More
EL SEGUNDO’S CANDY CANE LANE – EL SEGUNDO, CA When it comes to tradition, not many cities on the West Coast, let alone small towns, exude tradition as much as El Segundo, in the South Bay of California during the… Read More
THE RITZ-CARLTON SAN FRANCISCO – True Luxury in the City by the Bay I’ve never written about one of my endless hotels stays before, but after staying at The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco, it’s time I do. As the headline says…… Read More
BREAKFAST AT BRENNAN’S – A New Orleans Tradition. Can you be a part of history, simply by enjoying a meal? You certainly can when you have Breakfast At Brennan’s in New Orleans.
It is the beginning of September and in the LA, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties, just to name a few, there is still no indoor dining since the July 4th weekend shutdown. Well, correction, there’s a handful of restaurants… Read More
“MY SALUTE TO JANI LANE” 8/13/11 for Rock ‘N Roll Industries Magazine *** It’s the 9 Year Anniversary of Jani’s Passing already sadly. *** This article was written by me for Rock ‘N Roll Industries Magazine the night Warrant lead… Read More
Our Journey to The City Of The Dead continues… Pompeii, the ruins of the city forever changed the day Mount Vesuvius erupted that morning on August 24th, 79 AD.