My father founded his company, ASG, 15 years ago to provide retail real estate services: helping retailers to audit landlords, manage leases, build stores, negotiate deals and develop strategy. This is the story of how he started.
TBEX Huntsville was this year’s North America travel blogger conference. I had no idea what to expect… to be honest, I was skeptical of going to a small town in Alabama that I had never heard of, but Huntsville surprised me…
Columbus, Ohio has one of the best zoo’s in the country. When Jack Hannah inherited the zoo as director in 1978, it was a mess. But he built it up with his charisma, vision and fantastic fundraising, and even by staying late to help pick up the trash. What he built extends beyond what you […]
Columbus is a unique place. First impressions: it’s small & there isn’t much happening. But living here, I’m starting to develop a deeper appreciation for the city. It has these hidden possibilities: they’re not obvious like London or New York or San Francisco, but they exist under the surface. 1. It’s Livable The cost of […]
I have heard wonderful things about Brussels: it’s a nice modern city, easy to get around in and beautiful in the summer.
London is the premier international city. You can walk down Oxford Street and easily hear 10 languages in 10 steps, because people come from everywhere and anywhere. (I used to think New York was the most diverse city in the world, but it really pales in comparison to London.) Even after 9 years living in […]
For this first episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Mikela Thomas, the diversity liaison at Cheshire Elementary School, about culture and diversity.