Pick up a copy of Southern Living’s May issue to read my travel story on Shepherdstown, West Virginia, a charming little town an hour-and-a-half drive from Washington, D.C. My story highlights the cool places to shop and tasty places to eat in the little town of 1,700 people. Also in this issue, my friend and fellow journalist Kristin Luna wrote a wonderful travel piece on Louisville, Kentucky’s East Market District. It’s always a treat to share some ink with writers you admire. Happy reading!
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Hi Marissa, congratulations on getting you travel story published! Have to grab a copy of Southern Living as I am always up to get some tips off the beaten path.
Thank you! They have a really great film festival every year — the American Conservation Film Festival. That’s a good time to visit because people from all around the world come to participate. Also, the holidays is another good time to visit because the town gets really into it with decorations and family activities.
The ACFF is indeed a great festival!! I thoroughly enjoy working with them!! Next time you’re on German Street, be sure to stop by @The Local Source (right next door tot he Opera House) for a sample of our LOCALLY made products.. from jewelry to candles to honey to art work to…. you get the idea 😉
Lillian, I will definitely check it out! Sounds lovely! I hope to come back soon. Maybe for a film fest. 😉