Traveling is something that pretty much everyone enjoys. Seeing new places, meeting people of different cultures and backgrounds, and just getting away from our norms can be an enlightening experience. Our Traveling issue has been on the books for this time each year, but we would like our readers to know that it is with sad irony that the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting us all, and especially those that are traveling. Please take precautions as you venture out of your homes but remember, we are all in this together. There is no one to blame for the virus, and no culture to point fingers at.
So, here it is, our Annual Traveling issue, and we think we have assembled some fun stories about fun places with fun things to do, both near and far. Our cover is adorned with the beautiful Kelli Hanford who recently was able to travel, for the first time, to London and other places in Europe, and for those looking to see London, on a budget, we found some free and/or inexpensive things you can do to see as much as possible.
We also have some great things to do and see in Seattle, Las Vegas and even The Biggest Little City, Reno. Yes, our own Fred Palmer goes to Reno for two relaxing and somewhat decadent days. You can read all about it on page 24 and 25.
It goes without saying that there is quite a bit more in this special issue, and a few things to look for will be: a letter to the Ed, the AIDS Memorial Quilt Comes Home to SF, “What’s Your Pronoun?” and much more.
There are paper copies of this publication around town, but if you prefer, we offer it for FREE online as either a downloadable PDF or hosted on our ISSUU portal as a flip version. Pick up a copy and breeze through it.