Contributed by Info Guru Lindsay Shugerman “New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town!” That’s what the song says, but the fact is New York is a lot more than just New York City. It’s a big state with hundreds of great towns and cities. If a move to New York is on the horizon [...]
Contributed by Info Guru Lindsay Shugerman Maryland is the best of so many worlds, all rolled up into one little state. It’s close enough to D.C. to share in the energy of the nation’s Capital. It’s even close enough to New York to make weekend theatre and museum trips an option. It’s the waterfront big [...]
Contributed by Info Guru Lindsay Shugerman Sure it’s a tiny state. But that doesn’t mean Delaware is short on great places to live! In fact this small Atlantic coast state has an abundance of great cities and towns for residents old and brand new to call home.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Ah, the California lifestyle. Beaches. Stars. Hollywood. Wait! There’s a lot more to California than Hollywood! This is actually a great state for people who don’t have their sights on the silver screen, too. Whether you’re a techie, a lover of the outdoors, a business person or [...]
Contributed by Paul Seaburn, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru If you’re restoring a car because you want a car that looks like the first one you owned when it was brand new, you already know what make and model it is.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru As the largest metropolitan area in North Carolina, Charlotte has it all. An incredible arts community, a dynamic business climate, friendly people…oh, and some truly awesome shopping!
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Phoenix is one of the most popular cities in the Southwest — home to real live cowboys, stars that look impossibly close in the night sky and breath-taking mountain views.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Considering a move to the Lone Star State? The movies and TV portray most of Texas as filled with oil wells and ranches. And to be fair there are a lot of both. In fact that’s why the places we’ve chosen exist. These are some of the [...]
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru With the beautiful mountains all around, incredible skiing within driving distance, and some of the best outdoor recreational areas in the country, it might seem like any where in Colorado is a great place to live.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Years ago, about the only thing Utah was famous for was the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and stories about how hard it was to get an alcoholic beverage in a restaurant.
Contributed by Paul Seaburn, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Chicago is called the Windy City because of the strong breezes blowing in from Lake Michigan, but at least it has plenty of great shopping areas for these winds to push you towards.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru The Twin Cities are known for friendly people, great lakes (or more correctly, Great Lakes!), cheese, and of course, cold weather. Really cold weather! But it’s also a great place to do some serious shopping!
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru I’ll admit it … I’m biased. I love Baltimore, so it’s only natural that it’s one of my favorite cities for shopping. But even for first time visitors, this city has a lot to offer the savvy shopper looking for a change from standard mall fare.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru With the stores on 5th Avenue and else where in New York brimming with fabulous new merchandise from around the world, it might seem odd to look to this city for the fashions of years, decades or even centuries past.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Nestled amid the beautiful mountains, Boise is both the capital and the largest city in Idaho. It’s also a great place to shop, with choices for every taste and budget.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Philadelphia is known as the “City of Brotherly Love”, and while that’s a wonderful idea, I would suggest that the “City of Awesome Shopping” might be a better choice.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Whether you’re planning a trip to the Mile High City, just moved here, or are a long time Denver resident, the city and its surrounding neighborhoods offer some amazing choices for shopping.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Austin is known as the “Live Music Capital of the U.S.” … a reputation they certainly earn every day. But you may not know that Austin is also in the running for the “Vintage Capital of the U.S.”, at least in my book.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru If a trip to London is in your future, make sure you set aside some time to visit the fine men’s clothing shops that dot the city and its surroundings.
Contributed by Paul Seaburn, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru The days of Detroit muscle cars roaring down American highways may be over, but that doesn’t mean guys and gals too don’t still dream of souping up their rides to get a little more speed, power and style.
Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Graduation is approaching, and you’re ready to look for that first teaching job. But the news is filled with stories of cutbacks and layoffs. And you’re wondering if you’ll ever find a teaching job. Relax. Even amid the dark economic news, there are some bright spots for [...]
Contributed by Cindi Pearce, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Before you even think about packing for your vacation, make a list. Keep adding to the list as you think of items that you need to take with you. Make the list a week or so before you have to start packing.
Contributed by Robert P. Simon, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Get in the car, roll down the windows and hit the road. These are the songs that are the soundtrack to a perfect road trip, the songs that make you want to turn the volume way up.
Contributed by Dave Buesing, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru Few things are better than a beach vacation. I mean, you could make a case for a loving family, or chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, but guess what? You can bring both of those things on your beach vacation.
Contributed by Korina Rossi, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru In the carefree days of the sixties, when gas was cheap and global warming unknown, the Trans Am ruled the road. Named for the Trans-Am Series race, the Pontiac Firebird erupted on the racing scene as one of the first mass-produced sports cars.
Contributed by David Galassi, Catalogs.com Info Guru Cleaning the car isn’t really as simple as grabbing a bucket of soapy water and turning on the hose. To do the job right, you need the right products, the right techniques and a little know how.
Contributed by Cindi Pearce, Catalogs.com Info Guru Getting to the airport, through the airport and checked in and onto the plane has never been easy, but it’s even more complicated now with the rigid security restrictions. Throw in a couple of small children and you are probably going to rue the day you were born [...]
Contributed by Rosemary O’Brien, Catalogs.com Info Guru Disney is a magical place to visit, but it can be expensive if you do not watch your budget. Here are a few ways to get the most out of your Disney vacation.
Contributed by Aurora LaJambre, Catalogs.com Info Guru Many cities compete to host major industry events because they draw hundreds to thousands of professionals from across the country that buy food, stay in hotels and maybe take in a show or two while in town.
Contributed by David Galassi, Catalogs.com Info Guru I grew up in Chicago, a 10-block bus ride from Wrigley Field. I lived in a real Chicago neighborhood – the kind of neighborhood that defines Chicago.
When you’re in love, you can’t wait to steal kisses here and there from your sweetie. And the adage is true—you can find romance around every corner. In your hometown, that might be the parking lot of the Gas-N-Go. That’s fine and all, but some corners are nicer than others. Take, for instance, the top [...]
Contributed by Sara Shea, Catalogs.com Info Guru Traveling, exploring the word, visiting exciting destinations and foreign cultures is one one of the very best experiences that life has to offer. Modern technology and improved transportation have served to make travel more convenient and affordable than ever before.
Here is our list of the 10 best destinations where you and your family will truly enjoy summer vacation. Once you have decided on a location, finding family hotel rates, discounted airfare, and other specials is only a question of online research.
It has been said that the nicest people in the United States reside in Georgia. If you live there or have driven through the state, you know this is true. In fact, if you’re from such areas as NYC, South Florida or California, Georgians are so polite compared to you that it can be a [...]
Ahh Pennsylvania, home to our nation’s first zoo, the beloved Liberty Bell and more importantly, chocolate Kisses. That alone makes it worth considering permanent residency in our nation’s Keystone State.
When planning a trip, the Internet can be your best resource. You can plan your own vacation, decide what tourist attractions to visit, and book all of your fares and hotels online. Of course, there are hundreds of sites out there, so finding the best ones can be a little complicated. This list of the [...]