Author: Claire Ford

I’m really excited to interview Danny Jensen author of “Secret Los Angeles: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure” about Los Angeles. Danny’s tips for the best things to do in Los Angeles are awesome because he moved to

Ed Wheatley has written many award winning books about the great game of Baseball (St. Louis Browns, St Louis Cardinals) and has produced Emmy Award winning documentaries on PBS about the same. Ed is the author of the book Wrestling

Growing up in Noblesville in the ‘60s and ‘70s meant that not only did I get to watch the early beginnings of Noblesville and Hamilton County’s explosive growth, I got to watch Indianapolis go from Naptown (with heavy emphasis on

We’re taking a deep dive on how to prep and cook seafood with David Standridge, executive chef of The Shipwright’s Daughter in Mystic. You’ll get advice for buying fresh seafood at the market, as well as tips for grilling, roasting,

Kansas is nicknamed “The Sunflower State,” “The Wheat State,” and “The Breadbasket of the World.” In Kansas, rural and urban come together in a fascinating mix. From the bright lights of Kansas City and Wichita to the star-strewn skies above

Marijean Oldham’s new book, Secret Charlottesville: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure, will be released this month by Reedy Press. An in-person book launch is scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at New Dominion Bookshop.

Amarillo. Yellow City. Bomb City. Any name you choose, it’s unique. Rooted in Texas lore but full of modern surprises around every turn, Amarillo is much more than an overnight stop on the way somewhere else. With 100 Things to

Finding something to do in Amarillo is now easier for people who purchase a new book released this week. There are options in food & drink, along with music and entertainment, sports and recreation, as well as culture and history. The

In our first edition of Finds in the 419, 13abc's James Starks takes us inside two Toledo favorites full of history: Tony Packos and Rudy's Hot Dog.