Heidi Lutz is an award-winning writer and designer who moved to Galveston for her first job out of college–working at the local newspaper. She got the sand between her toes as they say in Galveston and nearly a quarter-century later, she is still there living and loving island life. She is what locals call an IBC or Islander By Choice. Heidi has spent almost half of her life learning about Galveston up close and personal as a reporter, editor, publicist, blogger, tour guide and active community volunteer. Friends now turn to her for recommendations on best places to stay, visit, eat and shop in Galveston, and jokingly refer to her as the unofficial Galveston visitor’s bureau.
‘100 Things To Do in Galveston Before You Die’ – Fox7
From history to art to festivals and dining there's plenty to do in Galveston. Authors Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz put together a list of things you can't miss out on if you're going and they talk about their book.
Authors share love of Galveston in ‘100 Things to Do’ – The Houston Chronicle
Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz are obsessed with Galveston, and they want the world to know it.
Galveston’s food, entertainment, shopping create memories – The Daily News
If a month of quarantine has you, or someone near you, lamenting that “There’s nothing to do,” it’s time to consult with Christine Hopkins and Heidi Lutz.