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Trevor Meers

Executive Editor Trevor Meers spends most of his time scheming ways to escape the office and go find more food, adventures and interesting people.

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I shamelessly admit that, despite being a man standing 6’4”, I was intimidated by the nice grandmothers waiting in the Elwell Family Food...
I’m having a delightful Saturday night at Cleveland’s Palace Theatre, even though there’s nothing on stage but a single-bulb floor...
Who would you rank as Hollywood’s greatest best-friend pairings? Butch & Sundance? Thelma & Louise? It doesn’t take long to reach...
While most of Holland, Michigan, sat in classrooms and offices on an average Wednesday morning, the mayor and city council were blowing the lid off a...
The strangest thing about Dogwood Canyon is that I saw a snake there. That wouldn’t seem all that unusual when you’re poking among...
Putting Russell Crowe on your side provides a healthy advantage at the multiplex, but star power alone doesn’t explain the success of this...
Guys may dominate the hardware scene, but there’s at least one gleaming piece of machinery that makes even the ladies grow as weak-kneed as any...
Despite all our bucket-list ambitions, the fact is that most of us won’t ever make it out on an African safari. But that doesn’t mean you...
Before we leave the month of presidents’ birthdays, let’s ponder for one moment longer one of history’s most-pondered people:...
Even in this era of Google Reader and text alerts blasting headlines at us throughout the day, you still sometimes get your news via your parents...
With the Olympics in Sochi underway, Americans are in the midst of their two-week obsession with sports they generally forget about for the...
We all know the perils of messing with a person’s chili recipe. Almost everyone has their personal take on the dish, and it’s best not to...
Can you remember your first trip to a library? Well, I can’t quite place mine either. But I easily recall the excitement of walking out with a...
The February morning in South Dakota’s Black Hills dawned clear and cold. I had two options for the day: Peer into a hole on Pactola Lake...
January is almost half gone, and the same thing might be said for most of your New Year’s resolutions. (It gets easier to find an available...

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