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What Sonoma, New Orleans, and Upstate New York Have in Common

We can often discover the most about a place’s spirit by looking to its people: those who make up its communities, businesses, and initiatives, and the symbiotic relationships that are created between them as...
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A Dog-Friendly Guide to New Orleans

Welcome back to the Travels with Quigley series, featuring travel tips from my adventures with a jet-setting rescue terrier. This is our second edition in a series of dog-friendly guides to cities around the...
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Searching for the Heart of New Orleans

The antediluvian streetcar lurches down St. Charles Avenue, shuddering to stops along the way. You imagine little has changed since 1835, when this transit line, the oldest continually operated streetcar line in the world,...
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A Foodie’s Guide to New Orleans

Nola, the Big Easy, “laissez les bons temps rouler” — when one hears these terms, only one city comes to mind: New Orleans. For a city of its size, New Orleans sure offers its residents...
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Happy New Year from Passion Passport!

For our current Instagram Challenge #PPYearsEnd (for instructions, see here), we asked you to reflect on your experiences from the past year and to look ahead for the new one. The Passion Passport Team wanted to jump...
Flowers in the Azores, one of our budget spring break destinations for every traveler

How (And Where) to Spring Break on a Budget

As winter finally draws to a close, travelers are making plans and packing their bags for spring break. If your funds are tight, you might (mistakenly) believe that a weeklong getaway is unaffordable and...

Connecting Communities: A Visit to Los Robles with Katie Figura

By most accounts, the various places Katie Figura has called home have nothing in common with the community she stayed in while volunteering in Los Robles, Nicaragua. She was born in Skaneateles, a small...

Vinyl Vancouver: A Music Lover’s Guide

Often the best way to understand a city is through its music. The sounds and melodies of a community are its lifeblood, a reflection of its character, its energy, and its spirit. What would...

Summer Reading: A Mystical Cross-Country Road Trip

If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like to travel across America and meet with astrologers, tarotmancers, clairvoyants, animal communicators, roadside psychics, and diviners of all kinds, then “Summer Reading” may be the documentary...

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