Delta’s New App for Flight Attendants Expands In-Air Customer Service

Delta’s New App for Flight Attendants Expands In-Air Customer Service

Delta is aiming to improve customer service on flights by providing more than 22,000 flight attendants with the Guest Service Tool (aka an app for flight attendants). Loaded onto a smartphone, the tool provides attendants with […]

by August 28, 2015
The Best Beaches for Labor Day 2015

The Best Beaches for Labor Day 2015

If you haven’t booked your travel for Labor Day, it’s not too late. According to a new study of travel bookings, Americans are grasping onto the last minutes of summer with a trip to the […]

by August 28, 2015
Can I Bring A Selfie Stick?

Can I Bring A Selfie Stick?

Can I bring a selfie stick? It’s a question few people asked them a year or two ago, but now the damn things are everywhere. To help selfie stick users everywhere, the British ticketing company AttractionTix.co.uk, […]

by August 24, 2015
Chicago’s First Adults Only Camp with a View of the Skyline

Chicago’s First Adults Only Camp with a View of the Skyline

Summer camp isn’t just for kids. This month the Chicago Parks Foundation opens Chicago’s first adults only camp. And unlike the “adults only” section of a book store, you won’t be embarrassed. The overnight experience […]

by August 17, 2015
Turning Up the A/C at the AC Hotel Chicago

Turning Up the A/C at the AC Hotel Chicago

Summer is coming to a close, but Mother Nature is turning up the heat. With Chicago’s temperature nearing the 90s, it feels more like the Hot and Sticky City than the Windy City.* Thankfully, the […]

by August 14, 2015
It’s Time to Find Your Park (and the Top 10 Most Visited Parks)

It’s Time to Find Your Park (and the Top 10 Most Visited Parks)

The National Park Service (NPS) doesn’t turn 100 until August 2016, but earlier this they had us talking about the Find Your Park campaign and Bud’s new bottle featuring the always sexy, Lady Liberty. Since then, […]

by August 14, 2015