Sarah Feldberg is an award-winning writer and editor based in San Francisco.

She is the assistant travel editor at the San Francisco Chronicle, and she has contributed to National Geographic, The Atlantic, Afar, NPR, ESPN, Lucky Peach, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine and BBC.com. She was previously a contributing editor for Travel Weekly.

Feldberg is the former editor-in-chief of Las Vegas Weekly, where she led a team of journalists telling stories about stripper queens, pet tigers, mayoral romance and how to find your spirit cheese. She previously worked as the Weekly’s web editor, managing the magazine’s website, producing multimedia features and writing stories for both the print and online editions. She also served as host of the Weekly‘s public radio show, Radio Mag, and appeared regularly on Fox5’s More Show. 

Her work has been recognized by the Association of Alternative Newsmedia, the Editor & Publisher EPPY Awards and the Nevada Press Association.

A Boston native, Feldberg travels as much as she can, cooks a mean bread pudding and enjoys practicing her Spanish with just about anyone who’ll listen. It gets better with two beers. Worse with three.

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Follow her on Twitter @sarahfeldberg and Instagram @thefelds

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  1. I love “Keep your Bitch in the Ditch.” I can see so many uses for the phrase beyond highway manners/safety. But most of all, I side with your mom on signing with love–sure beats angry and hostile responses or grammatical corrections like Tovin gets from his mom. Said with a smile, and dare I say . . .

    love, your mother-in-law

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