Like Santa Claus, Peter Greenberg is coming to you from all over the world this week! From on the ground to flying the skies, these are some of our favorite moments of the year. Did early predictions come true in 2013? So tune in to hear Peter Greenberg Worldwide’s Best of 2013.
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Simon Talling-Smith, executive vice president of the Americas for British Airways, discusses the London City Airport and how it can be used as an alternate to Heathrow.
George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.com, analyzes the new Delta Air Lines frequent-flier program and looks at his travel predictions still to come for 2013.
Paul Gauger of Visit Britain reports on the impact of the Olympic Games and what’s to come for London in 2013.
Terry Crandall, executive chef at The Peninsula Chicago, talks about how the city’s booming dining scene and what inspires him to create innovative dishes for his menu.
Lesley Stracks-Mullem, co-founder of Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours, covers Raleigh’s booming culinary scene (not all Southern food is fried!).
Kristie Nystedt, president and CEO of Raleigh Brewing Company, talks about the rapid growth of craft breweries in Raleigh.
William Lewis, executive director of the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music, talks about Raleigh’s diverse music scene and Bluegrass musician Russell Johnson of the Grass Cats performs.