Judith Ritter is an award-winning independent radio and print journalist and a multi-platform storyteller. Her reports from Canada, China, India, Europe, the Caribbean and the U.S. cover travel, science and technology, business and international development.
Her stories have aired on National Public Radio, Public Radio International, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Canada International and the World Vision Report. Her print stories have appeared in numerous publications including The Globe and Mail, South China Morning Post and The Boston Globe.
Whistler, British Columbia, the almost too-picturesque-to-be-believable mountain resort town, is just a two-hour stunning, ocean drive up the coast from Vancouver. Whistler’s wooded and often snowy mountains have long been a magnet for international black diamond skiers, and nature lovers alike. Now, with the opening of a small gem of an art museum with a […]
For Palo Alto couple Stephen and Debra Smith, the tale of their first trip to the Turks and Caicos Islands more than two decades ago is as much about their adventure getting to the island as about the luxury villa at Sailrock that they would eventually buy. Back then, the tiny British Overseas Territory 500 […]
Looking for a little privacy from the 21st-century chaos, the sturm und drang of daily life? How about a hideout on an atoll in the Maldives? It sounds remote enough to indulge all your castaway imaginings, but make those fantasies the five-star kind. Coco Privé Private Island is a tranquil complex of astonishing architecture surrounded by coral reefs in the […]
For exotic car connoisseurs, a visit to Miami SuperCar Rooms is a heart stopping experience, not only for the chance to get up close and personal with some of the rarest autos in the world. The 15,000 square foot gallery of 16 of the world’s sexiest auto masterpieces is also a late night, haute boite […]
She had an idea to buy a small hotel. He needed to be near the sea so he could surf. And they both agreed that when the time came to start their family, they could not imagine leaving the house early in the morning and not seeing their child until six in the evening. So […]
There is a well-known (though anonymous) quote, “We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.” Those words perfectly describe the personal philosophy that drove Dan Catalfumo to trade his life as a successful South Florida developer for one of relaxation surrounded by nature in a vacation dream home in Costa Rica. […]
The name Stephanie Odegard is quite simply linked with style, luxury and affluence. Her hand knotted rugs and home furnishings are known worldwide. And so is her commitment to human rights. For her entire adult life this celebrated designer has managed to seamlessly weave together a love of (and life among) beautiful things, a wildly […]
There was nothing in Glenn Garrard’s childhood that would predict that at age 50 he would hand build a six-bedroom Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home on a deserted tip of a small tropical island and moreover, complete it in a mere 7 months! Glenn, who grew up in a northern climate (Ontario, Canada), had not traveled […]