Get Your History on Tap

Liz Garibay Creates Authentic Tours to View History Through the Lens of Alcohol Many a successful business originated from a passion project. So what happens when you have two passions—that don’t necessarily seem like they go together—like drinking and history? In the case of Liz Garibay, you create History on Tap. Garibay blended her love…

Take a Tour of Wine Road 290 in Texas Hill Country

The Fredericksburg, Texas, wine region, boasting more than two dozen wineries, is one of the most visited wine areas in the United States. With up to 5 million visitors each year, the area is second only to Napa. The entire Texas Hill Country is home to more than 45 wineries and vineyards, with Fredericksburg as…

Sports and Outdoor Adventure: Kansas City, Kansas, Itinerary

After back-to-back trips to Fredericksburg, Chattanooga, and Chicago, I was looking forward to some downtime close to home. Fortunately, a chance to explore my own backyard presented itself. June 2-4 I’ll visit Kansas City, KS, and enjoy many activities that, even as a lifelong resident, I’ve never tried. Sporting activities like Kansas City T-Bones, Sporting…

How to Plan a Road Trip Adventure on a Small Budget

Guest post by Sam Casteris.  We all need a break every now and then. Taking a trip with your favorite people in the world is a perfect way to forget about the stresses of life. We understand that not everyone can afford an off the cuff trip to an exotic island but taking a road trip…

Chattanooga, Tennessee Itinerary

Here’s a preview of my media visit to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Follow along vicariously, or, use the information to plan your next visit to the city named by Lonely Planet as the “Best in the U.S.” and one of “10 U.S. destinations you need to see in 2018.” Monday, April 30 Depart via Delta from Kansas…

My New Favorite Travel Accessory

I have a new favorite travel accessory. Around Christmas time, I was reading an article on travel pillows when I came across a review of the Tumi Patrol Packable Travel Puffer Jacket. I’m always on the lookout for the ultimate travel accessory, especially if it has multiple uses and saves luggage space.

The Natural Wine Movement

The Natural Wine Movement: A discussion with Henry Feltmeyer, wine manager of Mike’s Wine & Spirits in Kansas City, Missouri #wine #kansascity #naturalwinemovement

The Speakeasy Makes a Comeback | Swordfish Tom’s

The term “speakeasy” is thrown about quite a bit these days. Odd, in a sense, because the meaning of the word represents Prohibition, when speakeasies were secret drinking places, hidden away, offering an illegal chance to partake. So how has the term suddenly become so popular again? Read Jill’s article in Old Liquors Magazine.

Hidden Gems in Pittsburgh

As someone who’s done a fair share of traveling, seeing a city’s most iconic places is fun. But it quickly gets old with packs of tourists, long lines, and expensive ticket prices. For a recent trip to Pittsburgh, I thought I’d skip all of that and check out the best-hidden gems the city has to…