Emma Cloutier
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San Francisco, CA for the Vogue Theatre

Maybe the most fun I’ve had at a movie theatre! The Vogue is a beautiful historic theatre. It’s a solid hot spot to see independent films on any given day, but my time there a couple of weeks ago was the greatest. My friends and I decided we wanted to do a girls’ night out,…

Las Vegas, NV for The Arts Factory

It’s a bummer that the first thing most people think of when they ponder Vegas is the impossibly gaudy Strip. There’s so much more! For example – The Arts Factory. I had lived in Las Vegas for a couple of years, and had never bothered to visit. Shame on me. From what I’ve heard, it’s…

Cambridge, MD, United States for Girlfriend Getaway

We set out from Northern Virginia for a quick 90 minute drive to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, where we stopped for lunch at T at the General Store, a lovely bright teahouse in a former general store. The aroma of the teas filled the space, and the farm to table menu offered lots of…

Rye Brook, NY, United States for Find the Joy, Flavors, and Health in Cooking Again With These Tips From Chef Michael

For many of us, eating isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be. Don’t get us wrong, eating is a wonderful experience, but within the confines of the daily grind sometimes it can become a chore to plan out what to cook, figure out how to eat (sort-of) healthy, balance eating healthy with still enjoying…

Curacao, Venezuela for Calling All Chocolate Lovers – Meet This Crazy-Talented Dutch Chocologist Who Lives and Works on Curacao

Hidden, far far away on the beautiful, idyllic, and exotic island of Curacao lies one of the greatest chocolatier and pastry chefs to ever exist. Ok, some of that is an exaggeration. Curacao isn’t all that far away, but it is in the Caribbean. Wouter Tjeertes isn’t hidden, but he really is a sugar genius….

Hong Kong for Personal Travel

Hong Kong seems like one of the brightest and most vivid places on earth, but it also holds an interesting air of mystery that one can only find in Asia. Most will recommend, if you are just beginning to want to travel to Asia and want a ‘lite’ version, try HK or Singapore. If you…

Sacramento for Free History Lessons

When I get ready to travel to a new place, I dive into the research. I pour over Trip Advisor, Google Destinations, AAA, and local newspapers. I love to check out the weekly alt news papers of bigger cities and search the calendar of events. That’s how I discovered Free Museum Day in Sacramento on…

Pure Shores Villa, Anda, Bohol, Philippines for a once in a lifetime experience- relaxation, diving, trekking, exploration

My first trip to the Philippines started off with a fantastic two week stay in Bohol. The island has something to offer for everyone and through Pure Shores (PS) www.pureshoresvilla.com , everything was easily accessible through the various connections the villa has. I had a rough idea of what I wanted to see and do…

Los Angeles, CA, United States for The Museum of Broken Relationships

So, it’s February which means we have to address that big pink and red, sugary sweet elephant in the room. Everywhere you go, you see heart shaped boxes filled with an assortment of chocolate, obnoxiously sappy love cards, and teddy bears as big as you. As if that isn’t bad enough, you are probably being…

North Bend, WA for Hiking to Rattlesnake Ledge

Rattlesnake is one of my favorite hikes in Washington State. I went last summer with a few friends (and went back a few times, actually). It’s not a hike that’s going to take hours and hours to make, but we wanted to beat the crowds, so we left Seattle pretty early – around 7 a.m….

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Seattle, WA for Coffee in the U District

Seattle is not short-handed when it comes to coffee. Duh. The downside: it’s sort of hard to stand out in such a saturated market. Case and point: Broadcast Coffee entirely escaped my attention until my boss set a meeting there. It’s walking distance from my house, so I decided to get some exercise in as…

Seattle, WA for Dance Parties & More at Chop Suey

The first time I went to Chop Suey, it was for a friend of a friend’s birthday party. It was a 90’s dance party night, and it was…not great. The DJ was a little off, and the birthday girl’s friends were not my cup of tea. BUT, I don’t blame the venue. It’s actually pretty…

Seattle, WA for Margaritas & a Chilly Beachside Walk

Seattle’s not really known for its beaches. Growing up, I remember spending summers dreading the uneven and uncomfortable pressure of sharp rocks under my tiny feet as I stepped ever-so-gingerly, just trying to get to the water. That said, there are two beaches worth your time in the Emerald City: Golden Gardens and Alki. Yes,…

Seattle, WA for a Romantic Dinner at San Fermo

My boyfriend and I – both the fiercely independent (read: commitment-phobic) type – just celebrated 11 months of being together. Almost one year. Three cheers! We’re typically completely content with take out and Netflix, and don’t do the let’s-make-reservations-and-have-a-nice-dinner thing very often, but this is almost a year, and we’re hoping to be jetting off…

Seattle, WA for a Dance Party in Dimly Lit Train Cars

It was a warm summer night in Seattle. I was at a going away party for some friends at a house in Eastlake when one of them suggested we move the festivities to Sodo for some karaoke. First thought: Sodo? Agh. So far away. So dark. So sketchy. Second thought: Karaoke? I’m in. We all…

Seattle, WA for the Best Pho at Ba Bar

People in Seattle can be SO touchy about what makes good pho. I don’t know what the deal is. Aside from having a good variety of veggies, a flavourful broth, and well-cooked (or at least very firm, fresh) tofu (or meats for people who enjoy such things), I don’t see what all the animosity is…

Seattle, WA for the Pop-In Shops at Nordstrom

I’m not a big Nordstrom gal. It can be a little corporate, a little big box, a little…basic. The truly unique is also truly expensive, and you can bet your bottom dollar that there will be 600 other girls in a 20 block radius who own the same dress you were so stoked to find….

Seattle, WA for a Staycation at Hotel 1000

It’s not hard to find cool, centrally-located places to stay in Seattle, but Hotel 1000 really takes the cake. Super modern decor, a top notch spa and restaurant, friendly staff, and great accommodations. I took my little sister and her best friend to the hotel for a night on her 18th birthday. We arrived in…

Seattle, WA for Happy Hour Before Sunrise

You guys are going to start thinking that I never leave Seattle and that I am always in bars. I promise it’s not true. Okay, so I don’t leave Seattle all that often. I’m BUSY…OKAY? Stop judging me. The bars part is totally false. I go lots of places. Ahem. One of the benefits of…

Portland, OR for Charlie Horse Saloon

Although I was born in Portland, my boyfriend has far more experience in the area, so I let him lead the way when we went down to visit some of his friends for a weekend. We ran all over the place, and landed comfortably at Charlie Horse – a dark, quasi-dank, western themed hole in…

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katarina kueber

Seattle, United States

Just a gal, working at a job, helping raise a family with a wonderful husband who likes to travel too!
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Jeremy Davis

Seattle, United States

Travel + Cameras = Perfection IG: @iamjeremydavis
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