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Posts by Stirling Kelso

Q+A with Paul Scialla, Wellness Pioneer and Founder of Delos
After more than a decade at Goldman Sachs, Scialla left his position as partner to focus full time on Delos. The company, founded in 2007, pioneered welln... Read More
Q+A with Anya Fernald, CEO of Belcampo
After a slew of food industry jobs, including a stint as the director of Slow Food Nation in San Francisco, Anya Fernald turned her attention to Belcampo,... Read More
Q+A with Mike McCready, Co-Founder & CEO of Music Xray
McCready thinks of his 18-month-old company as the Match.com of the music industry: Instead of potential lovebirds, though, Music Xray connects musicians ... Read More
Q+A with Julian Breitenecker, Founder and CEO of Locca
Based in Vienna, Austria, Julian Breitenecker is the founder and CEO of Locca, a technology company that launched LoccaMini, the world’s smallest GPS trac... Read More
Trip Doctor: 5 Educational Travel Vacations
Q: I want to take a learning vacation, but the options are bewildering. Where do I start? A: Find the trip that’s right for you by letting your passions ... Read More
New Site Scopes out the Best Hotels for Surfers
Breaking news for surfing enthusiasts: The new website Wavecation.com—think of it as a HomeAway or VRBO tailored to the surfing community—lists hotels, pr... Read More
Guests of Honor: New Hotel Clubs for Kids
New hotel clubs and programs for kids and families seem to be popping up everywhere. Fairmont properties in Miami, Hawaii, Bermuda, Singapore and other ci... Read More
The Pour: Charleston's (Serious) Cocktail Culture
Every city, it seems, has its own follow-up question, that line that comes after “How are you?” when meeting someone for the first time. In New York City, i... Read More
Do Your Holiday Shopping While You Fly
The holiday travel season just got a little bit better…if you’re flying Delta, that is. Starting on Tuesday, November 24th, over 250 of Delta’s planes will ... Read More
Affordable Istanbul Find: Hotel Ada
In 2006, retired chemistry professor Dr. Dogan Sumengen and his wife opened up Hotel Ada in the heart of Sultanahmet, Istanbul’s old city. My fiancé Josh ... Read More
Cooking Classes in Paris—with an Ethnic Twist
Already a well-kept secret among Americans traveling to Paris for his off-the-tourist-path city excursions, tour guide and former caterer and pastry chef ... Read More