The Most Awesome CS Events


http://www.couchsurfing.org/news/article/78 Rachel Smith might have not become so hooked on CouchSurfing if her first experience hadn't been a really magnetic event. "What catapulted me into the CS community was a Chicago museum day with travelers and other locals like me. That led me to becoming more involved, and finally to volunteering for CS." What are … Continue reading The Most Awesome CS Events

Spread Your Love


http://www.couchsurfing.org/news/article/73 CSer Spreads Love Across the Globe by Rachel Smith Meet Keveen Gabet, the man who creates love carpets Keveen Gabet's dad was hoping he'd become a lawyer someday. Instead, this 28-year old CouchSurfer from France became a teacher, a poet, a photographer, a filmmaker, a ukelele player, and a maker of love carpets, amongst other … Continue reading Spread Your Love

CS Knowledge Exchange


http://www.couchsurfing.org/channel_read.html?gid=13347&post=4739470 CS Knowledge Exchange Posted January 15th, 2010 - 4:27 pm by Rachel Smith Want to receive WWE articles in your mailbox? Head to the News Channels home page and change your subscription to instant! When you first created your CS profile, what did you put under Teach, Learn and Share? This information helps make … Continue reading CS Knowledge Exchange

CouchSurfers (Re)Discover Cities


As a new volunteer for Member Communications on the website couchsurfing.org, I've been helping write for their World Wide Events news channel. I did not write this first article, I only helped with the research as my friend Marcelle showed me the ropes. The next one will be completely written by me. http://www.couchsurfing.org/channel_read.html?gid=13347&post=4415645 When was … Continue reading CouchSurfers (Re)Discover Cities

Surfing at the Smiths


December 9, 2009 By JENNIFER ZIMMERMAN jzimmerman@pioneerlocal.com The Smiths of Elmhurst very much resemble your typical nuclear American family. With two kids and a beloved pup named Shadow, the couple's three-story home sits at the end of a bustling neighborhood block where children's bikes can be seen more frequently than cars, and young and old … Continue reading Surfing at the Smiths