A stage, film and television actor, Stephen Lang, is known for his commanding roles. One of the stars of “Avatar,” the 59-year-old New Yorker may currently be seen in the Fox series “Terra Nova.” Lang’s love of traveling began early. “The first trip I recall was driving with my family to Washington, D.C., Mount Vernon and Williamsburg,” Lang says. “I liked all of it, but my favorite part was staying in motels. I loved motels when I was a kid, particularly the swimming pools and ice machines. My kids were the same way. I imagine most kids are.”
June 1, 2010
Posted by: Jae-Ha Kim
Category: Go Away With..., Interviews, Style
Tags: "Bang for Your Buck", "Don't Cry for Me Argentina", Argentina, Aspira Spa, Bartolotta Ristorante, BlackBerry, Burberry, designer, Dublin, Eva Peron, Florida, Four Seasons Dublin, HGTV, Hobe Sound, Il Cantinori, Ireland, Jupiter Island, Kohler, Las Vegas, Monica Pedersen, Napa Valley, New York, Osthoff Lake Resort, Palm Beach, Pelham Hotel, Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco, Soho Grand Hotel, The American Club, Wisconsin, Wynn Hotel
HGTV designer Monica Pedersen can be seen regularly on programs such as “Bang for Your Buck,” where she shows homeowners how to maximize their living space and beautify their homes. A well-seasoned traveler, Pedersen — who resides in the Midwest — sees the potential in taking trips to Wisconsin, as well as heading overseas for a longer family vacation.
Jeff Housenbold uses Shutterfly to process all the pictures he takes on vacation. Of course, he gets a little break since he’s the president and CEO of the online photo company. A resident of Atherton, Calif., where he resides with his wife and three sons, Housenbold, 40, travels often for business and pleasure. While the warm islands of Hawaii are family favorites, the Housenbolds look forward to upcoming trips to Israel and Ireland.
September 30, 2008
Posted by: Jae-Ha Kim
Category: Go Away With...
Tags: "How to Walk Away", "When I Grow Up", Blake Babies, Bolivia, depression, eating disorder, Ireland, Juliana Hatfield, Morocco, Northern Africa, Sweden
Juliana Hatfield had a knack for penning clever songs with her group the Blake Babies. She was an indie sensation. What her fans didn’t know was that Hatfield was battling an eating disorder and depression. With her telling memoir “When I Grow Up” (Wiley, $24.95), Hatfield describes her life as a rock star. She also writes about being filled with self-doubt. Hatfield, who also has a new CD out called “How to Walk Away,” is an avid traveler who got the bug to get up and go at a young age.