travel

June 7, 2013

Modern Enlightenment: How Tibetans Are Preserving Their Culture In Exile

It’s hard to believe it’s already been five years since I spent a summer in India, living at the College For Higher Tibetan studies in Dharamsala, […]
June 3, 2013

Few Sporting Events Are as Fun as the Warrior Dash

Need an afternoon in mud, trudging up steep and slippery slopes with the likelihood of accumulating numerous scratches and bruises? Who doesn’t!? Myself, Melanie, Jarret, and Hanne setup camp […]
May 28, 2013

Hilton Head Island is “Meltingly Beautiful,” but can be Better

I knew next to nothing about Hilton Head, South Carolina when I was told some months back by Melanie that I would be joining her family […]
May 14, 2013

CHECKUP WITH A TIBETAN DOCTOR

Nobody likes going to the doctor. For men it inevitably involves a swift grab to the loins and being told to cough like some sort of […]
April 28, 2013

“The Color Vibe” is an Aggressively Boring Event to Ignore

I’ve returned from the bowels of inanity, and its name is Color Vibe. “Racing with a twist” seems to be the latest craze in running. It […]
March 29, 2013

Why I Want to Cycle the Ruins (and Hope) of the Rust Belt

I love the Rust Belt, its frustrations, character and all. I love the people. The innovators and pioneers who are returning home to help rebuild our […]