Category Archives: Vblogging

The 1989 Romanian Revolution

Tweet During my (fleeting) downtime in Timisoara, I went around the city making a spectacle of myself for the locals while shooting my (abridged) retelling of the events of the 1989 Revolution. Check it. Share on Facebook

An oasis of peace and quiet in Bucharest

Tweet Bucharest has precious few, outdoor, calm retreats from the frantic drivers and crowded sidewalks. Here’s one, with atmosphere to boot. Share on Facebook

Soroca Fortress – Moldova

Tweet It wasn’t an easy drive, but me and a merry band of Moldovans road-tripped up to Soroca last week and I took some gripping video. Share on Facebook

The Legend of Magnetic Hill – Orhei, Moldova

Tweet Using my faithful Dacia Logan, I test the magnetic properties of a notorious hill in central Moldova. There’s really not much more to add. You gotta see it to believe it. I heartily recommend World Nomads travel insurance Share on Facebook

The Minneapolis Skyway: A Love Story

Tweet Anyone who’s every spoken to me for more than seven minutes knows that I reap the same warm, comforting feelings from the Minneapolis Skyway system as most people would experience on a quiet, tropical beach. Moving into a Skyway-connected building instantly transformed my outlook on Minnesota winters – in…

Video proof that I’m a Renaissance Man

Tweet I’m often reverently described as a modern Renaissance Man, to which I always answer, ‘Damn straight, mom!” So in case any of you were curious about what the 2008 version of a Renaissance Man looks like, I present you with the following evidence. First, going straight to Renaissance Ground…

A Day in the Life of a Freelance Writer

Tweet I apologize in advance for the length, but not really. I vblog like I write – it’s either 2,000 words or nothing at all. [Cross-posted at This is Why I Love Minneapolis] Share on Facebook

Travel TV show host available now: articulate, sexy and cheap – video blogging debut

Tweet Some of you may remember that I was flown rock star style from Rome to Washington DC last June with only four days notice – rock stars never get more than four days notice for anything – to audition for a travel TV show hosting job that I ultimately…

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