Michele Herrmann, InsideHook

Michele Herrmann


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Michele:

This Luxe Resort Near Acadia National Park Provides a Refined Introduction to Camping

Kampgrounds of America — or known by its acronym, KOA — has gone bougie at Terramor Outdoor Resort Bar Harbor. → Read More

St. Barth Gourmet Festival Announces Its 2021 Chef Lineup

St. Barts will welcome back this annual festival in November. → Read More

Here’s How A New York Cyclist Rode His Way Toward A New Life In Tulsa

In 2015, Jeffrey Tanenhaus rode a Citi Bike along a cross-country trip. He has written a book about his experience. → Read More

NYC Restaurant Week Returns For Summer 2021, And A Longer Run

The popular dining promotion returns with three pricing levels and over 500 participating restaurants. → Read More

New Hawai‘i Voluntourism Program Has Visitors Giving Back Through Their Hotel Stays

The Mālama Hawai‘i program was created to encourage mindful travel within the 50th state. → Read More

Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Travel-Related Mail Subscription Services

Give her the world through signing her up for monthly or quarterly offerings. → Read More

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2021 Virtually, or Social Distantly, With These Events

As with 2020, St. Patrick’s Day is going to take on a different meaning in 2021. → Read More

‘Spotlight On Orchids’ Replaces New York Botanical Garden’s 2021 Exhibition

Operating on a reduced indoor capacity, The Bronx, N.Y. attraction is offering a substitute of this yearly show. → Read More

What Is King Cake? History and Meaning of the Mardi Gras Tradition

Mardi Gras isn’t subtle, and neither is this rainbow-colored confection. Find out what a king cake is—and why there's a baby hidden inside. → Read More

NYC’s Queens Night Market Aims For April 2021 Reopening

Following its 2020 cancellation, the season event is hoping to restart in 2021. → Read More

This Holiday Season, Adopt A Coquí Through Discover Puerto Rico Co-Project

The fundraising program will help to protect this indigenous frog species. → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2020: Travel Products Made By Women

Here's a selection of travel-related or-inspired products by women-owned and operated businesses → Read More

Booking.com’s ‘America Is For Everyone’ Honors Multiculturism Through Immersive Staycations

The promotion is to show how different heritages enrich our country through booking stays in their surroundings. → Read More

In Chattanooga, Learn Where The National Medal Of Honor Originated

This center tells the history behind our nation's highest military distinction, in the city where it was first awarded. → Read More

The ‘Bob Ross Experience’ Lets Fans See His Art Studio And Supplies

Visit the place where the painter filmed his famous PBS show. → Read More

In Its 10th Year, Open House Chicago Goes Virtual, Mobile And Self-Guided

For 2020, this festival will offer self-guided tours, an app, and a YouTube channel to teach about Chicago's architectural history. → Read More

Maid Of The Mist Welcomes All-Electric, Zero-Emission Boats During 2020 Season

The Niagara Falls attraction has launched two new all-electric and zero-emission catamaran-style ships. → Read More

Northeast Indiana Becomes The Canvas For ‘Make It Your Own Mural Fest’

The event highlights this region as a creative hub seeking new talent. → Read More

Everything You Need to Plan a Road Trip

Ready to hop in your car and see all that America has to offer? Not so fast! Here’s how to plan a road trip to have the best vacation ever. → Read More

This Labor Day Weekend, Myrtle Beach’s Indoor Live Entertainment Venues Will Reopen For Business

On August 3, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster permitted the reopening of these businesses in compliance with state COVID-19 mandates. → Read More