Sarah Jaquay

About the Author Sarah Jaquay

Based in Cleveland, Sarah Jaquay has been freelancing for 15 years. She writes frequently about food, fermented beverages, culture and history. An avid baseball fan, Sarah visits Arizona often now that her beloved Cleveland Indians rejoined the Cactus League. Sarah believes history is what makes every place distinctive and weaves it into every story to make destinations memorable. She's a member of the Midwest Travel Writers Association (MTWA) and the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) and contributes to: Currents, Edge Media Network, Gothamist.com and TheWineBuzz Magazine. She has also written for: AAA Journeys Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, National Geographic Traveler, The Plain Dealer, Tasting Panel Magazine and many others. Please contact her to make your place on the map summon the inquisitive traveler.

Spring 2021 Issue - Road Tripping

Interstate 77 (I-77) Sensations

Interstate 77 (I-77) is one of the country’s north-south arteries that in “old normal times” provides an unbroken stretch of macadam for snowbirds heading south from Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Western New York. But for those whose idea of a good trip includes the journey, it’s a gateway to its own sensational attractions. From historic Marietta, Ohio, to island…

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December 2020 Issue - Home for the Holidays

Clinging to a Holiday Habit: Visions of Vacations Dancing in my Head

With old man winter’s icy breath encasing the Great Lakes, I’m dreading being cooped up listening to dire statistics and only being able to visit friends and family via Zoom. Thanks to the pandemic, festive holiday gatherings won’t brighten up the enveloping darkness and Lake Effect precipitation hurtling towards America’s “North Coast” at the end…

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