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The Getaway Mavens in the Press – TV, Print, and Online
Travel Experts Judge on The World’s Ultimate Bucket List 2018.
Discover Hope on Choice Hotels Travel Ideas Guide to Hope Town in the Bahamas’ Abaco Islands.
North American Travel Journalists Association Announces 2015 Award Winners for Excellence in Travel Writing, Photography, Promotion (NATJA.org, 2015)
Carimbos de Passaporte para Turistas (Touristic Passport Stamps) (Gaia Passarelli, February 23, 2015)
Hudson Valley City Named ‘Top Getaway’ in the Northeast (WRRV.com, January 16, 2016)
My hometown of Wethersfield CT–settled in 1634–nestled right between Boston and New York City (TinkerTry.com, December 23, 2015)
89 Travel Bloggers Share Their Favorite Natural Sites On Earth (For the Love of Wanderlust, December 2, 2015)
More than just coastline: Huffington Post finds 17 inland attractions for Maine travelers (Bangor Daily News, November 10, 2015)
Want Kitsch? Visit California’s Crazy Madonna Inn (All That Is Interesting, May 7, 2015)
The Getaway Mavens Hit Hudson and Saugerties (Upstater, April 29, 2015)
Malerie Yolen-Cohen in the Huffington Post
Trips for Families With Grown-Up Kids – (Newsday, March 28, 2013)
Travel about experience as much as destination (Greenbush Life, September 27, 2012)
Bloggers and Costa Brava Tourism – L’Informatiu migdia on September 21, 2012 (10:25) – TV News appearance in Spain (news report is in Catalan and Spanish)
Five Questions for Sept. 19, 2012: Sandra Foyt (The Record, September 19, 2012)
20 Weekend Getaways at Repurposed Hotels – (Westchester Magazine, September 2012)
Beauty Must-Haves for Busy Moms On-The-Go aired on May 17, 2012 on WXXA-TV FOX23 News.
Take the kids surfing in Surf City– (USA TODAY Travel, March 12, 2012)
“Connecticut’s Rich Ramble,” (National Geographic Traveler, April 2011)