Last Update

2016-06-22T00:00:00.000Z

This profile was last updated on .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Tracey Minkin?

Ms. Tracey Minkin

Travel Editor

Coastal

HQ Phone: (205) 445-6000

Get ZoomInfo Grow

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Coastal

2100 Lakeshore Dr.

Birmingham, Alabama 35209

United States

Company Description

CoastalLiving.com also provides links to items on Amazon.com as a service to our visitors and receives a small referral fee from each resultant sale. ... more

Find other employees at this company (47,106)

Background Information

Employment History

Founding Editor

GoLocalProv

Education

Columbia School of Journalism

Stanford

Web References (193 Total References)


Participants | An Exquisite Culinary Pairing | Wilmington Wine & Food Festival

www.wilmingtonwineandfood.com [cached]

Tracey Minkin Travel Editor of Coastal Living Magazine


Daily News

www.ozaukeepress.com [cached]

Tracey Minkin, travel editor for Coastal Living, said the research for the list spanned several years. Port Washington was chosen by a previous travel editor who undoubtedly visited the city, she said. "It's a Coastal Living imperative that we don't write about places unless we visited them or researched them thoroughly," Minkin said. "It's really a joy for us to be able to introduce our readers to your little town in Wisconsin, a state that is not always thought of as a coastal state." The criteria for the list wasn't the services and comforts offered to boaters but what the harbors contribute to the lifestyles of the their communities, Minkin said. "The point of Best Harbors in America is, whether you're a boater or not, this is the harbor for you," she said. The magazine highlighted the Light Station atop St. Mary's hill and its pierhead Art Deco-style lighthouse, as well as its lake views. "Two lighthouses, pre-Civil War buildings and great views of Lake Michigan make Port Washington a real charmer," according to the magazine. "A few miles north of Milwaukee, the town boomed as a commercial fishing port in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The marina now serves mostly pleasure boats and a sizable charter fishing fleet. Visitors can climb the deactivated circa-1860 Light Station, or walk a half mile along a breakwater to the striking (and functional) Art Deco lighthouse marking the harbor entry." Minkin said the selection of a Lake Michigan community for its top harbors list is a reflection of the magazine's appreciation of the Great Lakes. "From Coastal Living's perspective, the Great Lakes coasts are every bit as glorious and beautiful as the coasts to the east, west and south," she said. "The Great Lakes have so much to offer but are sometimes overlooked." She noted that Port Washington restaurant NewPort Shores was named to the magazine's America's Best Seafood Dives list several years ago.


Daily News

www.ozaukeepress.com [cached]

Tracey Minkin, travel editor for Coastal Living, said the research for the list spanned several years. Port Washington was chosen by a previous travel editor who undoubtedly visited the city, she said. "It's a Coastal Living imperative that we don't write about places unless we visited them or researched them thoroughly," Minkin said. "It's really a joy for us to be able to introduce our readers to your little town in Wisconsin, a state that is not always thought of as a coastal state." The criteria for the list wasn't the services and comforts offered to boaters but what the harbors contribute to the lifestyles of the their communities, Minkin said. "The point of Best Harbors in America is, whether you're a boater or not, this is the harbor for you," she said. The magazine highlighted the Light Station atop St. Mary's hill and its pierhead Art Deco-style lighthouse, as well as its lake views. "Two lighthouses, pre-Civil War buildings and great views of Lake Michigan make Port Washington a real charmer," according to the magazine. "A few miles north of Milwaukee, the town boomed as a commercial fishing port in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The marina now serves mostly pleasure boats and a sizable charter fishing fleet. Visitors can climb the deactivated circa-1860 Light Station, or walk a half mile along a breakwater to the striking (and functional) Art Deco lighthouse marking the harbor entry." Minkin said the selection of a Lake Michigan community for its top harbors list is a reflection of the magazine's appreciation of the Great Lakes. "From Coastal Living's perspective, the Great Lakes coasts are every bit as glorious and beautiful as the coasts to the east, west and south," she said. "The Great Lakes have so much to offer but are sometimes overlooked." She noted that Port Washington restaurant NewPort Shores was named to the magazine's America's Best Seafood Dives list several years ago.


Daily News

www.ozaukeepress.com [cached]

Tracey Minkin, travel editor for Coastal Living, said the research for the list spanned several years. Port Washington was chosen by a previous travel editor who undoubtedly visited the city, she said. "It's a Coastal Living imperative that we don't write about places unless we visited them or researched them thoroughly," Minkin said. "It's really a joy for us to be able to introduce our readers to your little town in Wisconsin, a state that is not always thought of as a coastal state." The criteria for the list wasn't the services and comforts offered to boaters but what the harbors contribute to the lifestyles of the their communities, Minkin said. "The point of Best Harbors in America is, whether you're a boater or not, this is the harbor for you," she said. The magazine highlighted the Light Station atop St. Mary's hill and its pierhead Art Deco-style lighthouse, as well as its lake views. "Two lighthouses, pre-Civil War buildings and great views of Lake Michigan make Port Washington a real charmer," according to the magazine. "A few miles north of Milwaukee, the town boomed as a commercial fishing port in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The marina now serves mostly pleasure boats and a sizable charter fishing fleet. Visitors can climb the deactivated circa-1860 Light Station, or walk a half mile along a breakwater to the striking (and functional) Art Deco lighthouse marking the harbor entry." Minkin said the selection of a Lake Michigan community for its top harbors list is a reflection of the magazine's appreciation of the Great Lakes. "From Coastal Living's perspective, the Great Lakes coasts are every bit as glorious and beautiful as the coasts to the east, west and south," she said. "The Great Lakes have so much to offer but are sometimes overlooked." She noted that Port Washington restaurant NewPort Shores was named to the magazine's America's Best Seafood Dives list several years ago.


by Tracey ...

www.yankeemagazine.com [cached]

by Tracey Minkin

...
Tracey Minkin
...
Tracey Minkin
...
Tracey Minkin is the Travel Editor at Coastal Living Magazine. Her work has appeared in magazines and online, including Travel + Leisure, Coastal Living, Outside, and Men's Journal. Connect with Tracey Minkin on Instagram.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Minkin

Priscilla Minkin
Central Vermont Medical Center Inc

Gregg Minkin
White Fleischner & Fino LLP

Angela Minkin
Public Utilities Commission

Yury Minkin
Cognitive Technology

Larisa Minkin
SLM Consulting , LLC

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory