Ty and the young and young at heart writers of Adventure Traveler Online share their daring, adventurous, ecological and conservation based journeys to the near and far corners of the Earth.
As the 'L' train roars to a halt passengers are greeted by the six- corner intersection of Damen, North & Milwaukee Avenue, the heart of the funky bohemian neighborhood of Wicker Park. Published 9:47 p.m. September 14, 2011 - Comments
Kailua-Kona hosts over 800 coffee farms with the islands ideal growing conditions. Kona coffees have become respected worldwide as an industry standard in quality and taste. Published 11:45 a.m. September 3, 2011 - Comments
By Geary Yelton special to ATO at the Communities A usually tranquil island in North Carolina’s Outer Banks has been receiving an unusual amount of attention as Hurricane Irene bears down on the East Coast. Despite its reputation as an occasional magnet for hurricanes and tropical storms, Ocracoke Island is one of the most charming destinations you’ll find. Published 9:38 p.m. August 27, 2011 - Comments
Ty is an adventure travel enthusiast; be it for play - whether on a mountain bike, expedition run, yoga retreat, or just plain exploring new places, or work - providing public relations and marketing for clients, travel writing, or photography. As a ...Read More
Things to do, places to go, new spots to enjoy with friends and family from Norfolk to Washington, D.C., to Delaware and all points inbetween.
Johnny Pimentel admitted in court today that he was the man known for the "butt-slasher" crime spree last year
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For an unusual Fathers Day, head down to the National Cathedral for a gargoyle tour.
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Empowering mind/body/spirit and health dialogue along with cutting-edge, conscious social, political, and world commentary with Adam Omkara. Join the Evolution!
Richard Ivory, editor-in-chief of Hip Hop Republicans and HHR at Communities Digital News, turns his interests, and pen, to the people making news today.
Straight talk on climate science, energy economics, and public policy.
This column will cover anything that has anything remotely to do with the game of baseball, from the game itself to mid-summer trades to offseason moves.
Ty is an adventure travel enthusiast; be it for play - whether on a mountain bike, expedition run, yoga retreat, or just plain exploring new places, or work - providing public relations and marketing for clients, travel writing, or photography. As a single dad, his favorite travel companion is often his 9-year-old son, Caleb. In his travels, he finds fulfillment in meeting new people, and discovering new places and perspectives the world provides.
He believes photography and writing provide engaging platforms in being able to communicate the beauty, the commonality, as well as the diversity, and even the struggle that exists across mankind. Having spent 3 years with Adventure Sports Magazine, and then as a contributing photojournalist with publications such as Running Times, No Boundaries, Away.com, Livestrong.com and Runners World, he decided to take the leap and launch Adventure Traveler Online (ATO).
He is excited about the staff at ATO and the mission they have laid out and the opportunity to share and learn from the many talented individuals doing what they love. While in his personal life, continuing to be a good listener, friend and father in the world.