On an uncharacteristically warm weekend for late October, people are pulling all-nighters in Prince Edward County. But people aren’t losing sleep because they are partying. This is harvest time.
Featured in Travel Life Magazine in April 2017 Acclaimed chefs at restaurants across the country are literally playing with fire. This is not so much a new trend as it is an old tradition. Inspired by the mystique, the romance and the warmth of open flames, chefs are casting aside traditional gas and electrical appliances Continue Reading
As the birthplace of the Arts and Crafts Movement in the U.S., the Roycroft Campus just outside Buffalo is a place where handcrafted workmanship is privileged over mass production, and where you will find beauty without the excessive ornamentation of the Victorian era.
The most buzzed about travel trends for 2017
Featured in travelife.ca in March 2017 After a long drive along quiet back roads and a darkening sky, we finally turned off the pavement, and into the gravel driveway of a small cabin off to the side of the road. A warm yellow glow ushered us inside, like fireflies seduced by bright light. We had Continue Reading
Featured on parentscanada.com on April 4, 2017 By Diana Ballon with Antonia Eckley on April 04, 2017 “Breathe in and out like the waves, with strength and energy,” says Mo, the fitness instructor who is leading the 9:00 a.m. yoga class here at the Club Med in Ixtapa on the Pacific coast of Mexico. “Respira con Continue Reading