Houston has plenty to offer anyone who loves culture, whether it’s world class art museums, science centers, or quirky one-man expressions of imagination. There’s also plenty of places to go when the weather is cooperative, and a good number of options when you just want to stay cool in the summer. Here’s a few our…

Denver has a quickly evolving food scene that is becoming a favorite spot for chef-driven and farm-to-table restaurants. It also has a good selection of ethnic restaurants, gourmet burger places, and comfortable diners. Here’s our favorites: 1. Rioja Rioja restaurant offers Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with a southwestern twist. A high emphasize is placed on sourcing ingredients locally and in…

Every city has that one place where all visitors tend to be drawn, but, once they get there, they only end up filling duped and disappointed. What’s that one place in Seattle that’s super-touristy and really has no redeeming value? The Original Starbucks Do you enjoy long lines? Do you enjoy buying over-priced coffee served…

Dallas and Fort Worth are two cities with more than their fair share of culture. Both cities have world-class art museums and other cultural offerings, plus outdoor spaces and a luxurious ballpark. Here’s a few our favorites things to do in Dallas-Fort Worth: 1. Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas…

Every city has that one place where all visitors tend to be drawn, but, once they get there, they only end up filling duped and disappointed. What’s that one place in Boston that’s super-touristy and has no sense of place? Cheers The bar from the TV hit show Cheers is located in the Beacon Hill…

The Chicago food scene runs the spectrum – from world-class restaurants run by celebrity chefs to neighborhood gathering places serving comfort food and ethnic delicacies. Come for the Michelin starred restaurants or just enjoy a deep dish pizza or a hot dog. Here’s our favorites: 1. Alinea Alinea was named Chicago’s “Best Restaurant Ever” by Chicago Magazine, and Chef Grant…