- MIAC roundup: Wading into the Caruso speculation
- Weekend results, updated standings for the NCHC, Big 10 and WCHA
- Men’s hockey: Lines, updated statistics going into Saturday’s NCHC game between SCSU and UMD
- Stocking stuffers for travelers: Lightning charger on a keyring
- Friday’s results, updated NCHC, Big 10, WCHA standings
Author Archives: Lisa Schwarz
Sun Country Airlines will be flying more of its charter flights from St. Cloud to Laughlin, Nev., this fall.
The Oct. 11 departure from St. Cloud Regional Airport is sold out, but seats are still available on the Nov. 11 … Hit the jump to read the rest
Question: I’m planning to take my kids to the East Coast this fall. A nonstop flight at my preferred time on Delta is $445, but on Spirit Airlines with one stop it’s $215. What am I missing?
With summer gone, it’s time for a lot of travelers to change their focus from Gooseberry Falls and the Wisconsin Dells to the farther-flung destinations of winter.
You know that there are now nonstop flights from St. Cloud to the … Hit the jump to read the rest
I got a question this week that hit on a topic near and deal to my travel-addicted heart: How to save money on a travel expense that in no way enhances the actual travel experience. Read on:
Question: Hey … Hit the jump to read the rest
Talk to the travelers who were flying back “when people dressed up to fly” — say, pre-1980, and you’ll hear tales of wonder.
Hot meals (three choices). On china. With silverware, sterling.
Flight attendants who took your coats to hang … Hit the jump to read the rest
Travel to most of us is a frivolous escape or serious avocation. But make no mistake: To corporate America, it’s big business.
Travelers are among the most highly tracked and studied consumer group out there. Why? Because their spending is … Hit the jump to read the rest
On Thursday, CNN hit the Web with a solid report and telling video about trouble aboard a cruise ship owned by SilverSea, one of the industry’s high-end luxury lines.
On a SilverSea cruise, which costs an average of $5,000 per … Hit the jump to read the rest
You know that part of flying that’s really annoying?
Not that part. Or that one.
No, the part where you’re all settled into your seat, comfy as you’re going to be, with a magazine on your tray table, your seat … Hit the jump to read the rest
The biggest questions always have the simplest answers.
Whether rhetorical or horrifyingly immediate, when the question is “Before I die, what do I need to do to feel like I really lived?” the answers are revealing, poetic, telling.
A public … Hit the jump to read the rest
The average travel goods catalog makes most of its product pitches based on raising your fears, then handily offering safety in exchange for unnecessary and often-overpriced goods.
Are you really at such high risk of being caught in a hotel … Hit the jump to read the rest