5 Washington, D.C. Neighborhoods Locals Love

February 29, 2016Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

February 29, 2016 on Fodors.com || Talk to any longtime D.C. local, and you’re likely to hear a common refrain: the District is sodifferent than it used to be. A grand revival is underway in the city, with an invigorated food-and-drink scene and a housing boom that’s spreading across all four quadrants, from Georgetown to Anacostia. … Read More

25 Ultimate Things to Do in Washington, D.C.

February 26, 2016Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

February 26, 2016 on Fodors.com || The best way to get to know Washington, D.C. is to take a bipartisan approach. At the city’s downtown core are grand tributes to American history and government that create an aura of power and diplomacy. But don’t forget that this is a city where people live, work, and play—and … Read More

8 D.C. Food Trucks You Need to Follow

February 8, 2016Articles, Creator, Washington DC

February 8, 2016 on Creator by WeWork || Like other cities with a large population of car-free young professionals, D.C. is riding the food truck wave. Hungry lunchers can find them parked around places like Farragut Square, Metro Center, and Union Station, while other trucks bop around the city and require some sleuthing to track down. … Read More

10 Things NOT to Do in Washington, D.C.

February 3, 2016Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

February 3, 2016 on Fodors.com || Washington D.C. is one of the country’s most visitor-friendly cities. It’s easy to get around, the major sights are concentrated in a wonderfully walkable area, and the city has an enviable mix of history and new offerings. But to do the nation’s capital properly, there are a few no-nos … Read More

D.C.’s Best Bars for Closing Business Deals

January 20, 2016Articles, Creator, Washington DC

January 20, 2016 on Creator by WeWork || Meeting clients for drinks? Your late night Fireball-soaked bar isn’t going to cut it. These D.C. power spots are great places to impress your colleagues—with views, booze, and a history of making deals. See full article>>

How to See Maui in 48 Hours

November 3, 2015Articles, Fodor's, Hawaii

November 3, 2015 on Fodors.com || The rule of thumb when visiting Hawaii is you need one week per island—so if you have a week to explore Maui, use it—but most travelers don’t have that much time. You might be overnighting on a multi-island cruise, or maybe you’re on a quick side trip from another … Read More

15 Reasons You Should Pick Maui For Your First Trip To Hawaii

October 23, 2015Articles, Hawaii

October 23, 2015, BuzzFeed || If it’s your first time visiting Hawaii, you’ll probably want a bit of everything: Instagram-worthy scenery. Volcanoes. Waterfalls. Beach resorts. Maybe even whales. Maui, the second largest Hawaiian island, covers all these bases, plus more. Here are 15 reasons you should go here if you’re a Hawaii first-timer. Read more>>