Provo Alone


There’s a college town noted for launching a number of highly acclaimed alternative bands, where the downtown is stocked with local fresh eateries, and just off campus you can find the sort of hot dog and burrito dives that students salivate over. You’ll even find mixology where you least expect it, art brought in straight […]

Provo Has a Hipster Side


When you think of a getaway to Provo, what usually comes to mind is a visit to the BYU campus, going to a sporting event, hitting outdoor recreation spots like Timpanogos Cave or hitting one of the many spots noted for ice cream and milk shakes. Read more [here] and [here].

Ready to Rock


Rock Springs, Wyo.—less than a three-hour drive on Interstate 80 from Salt Lake City—is a landscape very different from the Wasatch Front, featuring sand dunes that seem to run on forever, and places to watch herds of wild horses running free. Yet it’s also intimately tied to the Salt Lake Valley through its history. Visitors […]

Winnipeg Winter Hot Sheet

Click on the links: Tourism Winnipeg Manitoba Legislative Building Fort Gibraltar Promenade Cafe and Wine Canadian Museum for Human Rights The Forks Festival du Voyageur Ten Spa Yoga Public Fairmont Winnipeg Fort Garry Hotel  

Winnipeg’s Winter Wonderland

Winnipeg river

In Winnipeg, they don’t hibernate in the Canadian winter, they get out and enjoy it. Travel Brigade visits Manitoba’s biggest city where, when the rivers freeze over, people gather to skate and play hockey on them. This is a city where people actually ice skate to work! We’ll learn about local dining and fun hotels, places to […]

Fests of Winter

Winnipeg hockey med

There’s still time in February to embrace the final weeks of winter and everything that’s good about the season. You can go outside and play while the sun is out for a few brief hours during the day, head to the hills for a day (or more) of skiing or even use the cold nights as […]


NATJA-Silver Winner

PASADENA, CA– The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) today announced that Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin of Travel Brigade won the SILVER award in the 2013 Annual NATJA Awards Competition in the TRAVEL BROADCAST – PODCAST & RADIO category. This awards competition, now in its 22nd year, honors the “best of the best” in […]

No horsing around


There are many places around the globe where people love horses, but Lexington, Kentucky is the spot that claims the title of “Horse Capital of the World.” Read more [here] and [here]

Live at Winnipeg’s French-Filled Festival du Voyageur 02/16 by Travel Brigade | Travel Podcasts

Live at Winnipeg’s French-Filled Festival du Voyageur 02/16 by Travel Brigade | Travel Podcasts.

Winnipeg Festival du Voyageur Hot Sheet

Click on the links Festival du Voyageur Tourism Winnipeg Fort Gibraltar Canada Goose


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