Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Journeys Into Benefits of Culinary Tourism

Benefits of Culinary Tourism

It is Fall Harvest time and for many communities that means Fall Community Suppers. In many places, these suppers are popular with locals and increasingly with visitors as well. These dinners often represent the best in being and making community. They also can mean good business as well. Food experience and, more importantly, they spend Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 27, 20161:12 pm
Saturday, February 20, 2016
Journeys Into “How to Explore a Small Town”

“How to Explore a Small Town”

Helpful tips so you won’t feel you’ved missed anything, courtesy of Texas Escapes Magazine  (http://www.texasescapes.com) “These suggestions are for the layperson, historical tourist, curious traveler, or anyone who enjoys the quiet and understated thrills of small town exploration”. ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin February 20, 20164:03 pm
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Journeys Into Stumbling Upon Community Unexpectedly

Stumbling Upon Community Unexpectedly

It is always rewarding to travel – especially because you never know what lessons will be learned and what will serve as a teacher. I recently traveled to Washington, D.C.. Actually, I got no closer than suburban Maryland. It was a quick overnight visit and I wanted to stay somewhere convenient to my event. Turned Read Article

Posted by: Admin February 2, 20168:13 pm
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Journeys Into Old School, Not Old-Fashioned

Old School, Not Old-Fashioned

“Helping You Be Contemporary in Traditional Way” is a tagline we have developed to describe what we do. It took some thought to get there. I had found that some had thought of our “Journeys Into” explorations of the offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten” as just another look at nostalgia (A sentimental Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 17, 20151:31 am
Friday, June 12, 2015
Journeys Into “Small towns to see Bank branch closings”

“Small towns to see Bank branch closings”

Perhaps it’s inevitable, a sign of “progress and change”, but we read this morning with disappointment of a report that Canadian towns could see a number of bank branch closures as customers shift away from entering local branches for everyday banking. “As all the banks look at their retail banking footprint in small town Canada, Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 12, 201512:44 pm
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Journeys Into “The Iowa” of the Campaign Advisors

“The Iowa” of the Campaign Advisors

We are barely halfway into 2015 but it seems the 2016 Presidential campaign is already in full swing. It’s too early for me, and it seems to be getting earlier all the time. Like those sports seasons that now have no off-season, Presidential politics is now a full-time profession. The campaign experts and image are Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 10, 20151:46 pm
Monday, May 18, 2015
Journeys Into “Pride of Place: Municipal Group Wants Your Hometown Stories”

“Pride of Place: Municipal Group Wants Your Hometown Stories”

Seeking to put a local development focus on the next federal election, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities is conducting a Hometown Proud Campaign to get citizens talking about their respective cities, villages, townships and otherwise incorporated municipal entities. First prize in the contest at hometownproud.fcm.ca is a pair of tickets to, your hometown for you, Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 18, 20156:39 pm
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Journeys Into “Every building has at least one good story behind it”

“Every building has at least one good story behind it”

Many of Montreal’s downtown landmarks can boast of historical or architectural significance. But while thousands of people pass these buildings every day — or even work in them — few are aware of their role in the city’s development. Heritage Montreal is hoping to change that with At the Heart of the City, a series Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 17, 20151:24 pm