I crisscrossed the U.S. asking one question: "Why do we keep gazing Heavenward even when answers elude us?"
AARP the Magazine Feb/March 2015
Caring for my dying wife of 36 years, I did what every guy would do: I hunkered down and tried to fix it.
AARP The Magazine Sept. 19 2012
I asked people 50 and over to share their most deeply held beliefs. The result is an illuminating glimpse into America’s spiritual core.
AARP the Magazine Sept. 2007
I visited astronomers and observatories coast-to-coast to learn how comets capture our imagination now...and once shaped the future of our planet.
National Geographic Magazine Dec. 1997
In a hollowed-out Virginia mountain, the Library of Congress keeps copies of every movie, TV show, and sound recording. It’s called the the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center. I call it Heaven.
AARP.org April 2013
Cured, in remission, and facing dire prognoses, people facing the harsh realities of cancer across the U.S. and Canada share their inspiring, often heartbreaking, stories.
Are miracles for real? Well, they're definitely something--and I travel the country getting the lowdown from both detached experts and passionate believers.
AARP the Magazine April 2011
Talk about tough interview assignments; try finding lonely people...and then getting them to open up about their affliction.
AARP The Magazine
They took away our records...now stubborn vinyl lovers like me are taking them back.
AARP the Magazine Jan/Feb 2010
You don't have to be a little crazy to live in the nowhere world of Madrid, New Mexico. But even the locals agree: It helps
From the concrete dinosaurs to Mount Rushmore to the nation's oldest Passion Play, there's no way to take it easy in Rapid City
Like a cruise ship on a sea of sand, Vegas keeps plowing ahead
National Geographic Magazine, December 1996
George Washington envisioned it; Thomas Jefferson signed off on it--today motorists still travel the route from Cumberland, MD to Visalia, IL
National Geographic Magazine, March 1998
It's not just London's most popular tourist spot--it's a palace, prison, and home to a squad of Beefeaters and their families
National Geographic Magazine, October 1993
Don't like "Pirate Night" or passenger Karaoke? Savvy cruise lovers know how to steer clear of seaborne disasters like that
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