Paige Feigenbaum

Paige Feigenbaum

Content Editor at Smart Meetings
Paige Feigenbaum is a content editor at Smart Meetings. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Psychology with a minor in music business and entertainment industries at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL and studied abroad at the University of Sydney in Australia. Prior to writing about the meetings industry, Paige worked for entertainment news and general news outlets in Los Angeles and New York. In her spare time, she enjoys watching TV, rooting for the Miami Hurricanes, visiting Disneyland, keeping up with celebrity gossip and exploring Wine Country. Her additional interests include figure skating, the Olympics and American Sign Language.
Paige Feigenbaum


Journalist and Proud University of Miami alum
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Paige Feigenbaum

Seattle: Two Days in the Emerald CityHotels & Destinations

Somewhere over the rainbow, Seattle is a land that I heard of. In 1981, Seattle-King County Convention and Visitors Bureau, now known as Visit Seattle, held a contest to come up with a new slogan. This entry by Sarah Sterling-Franklin won: “Seattle, the Emerald City. Seattle is the jewel of the Northwest, the queen of the Evergreen State, the many-faceted city of space, elegance, magic and beauty.”

Makers in New England: The Handmade’s TaleHotels & Destinations

Ever wonder what happened to the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker? They’ve all escaped the nursery rhyme and gone to Maker Faire! What is a maker? In broad terms, it is anyone who makes things. “Whether it’s a baker preparing small batches for the corner coffee shop, or a local hardware manufacturer that’s working towards their first big supplier contract, makers are the small but mighty entrepreneurs that help build innovation economies and create vibrant neighborhoods,” says Lee Wellington, executive director for Urban Manufacturing Alliance.

Atlantic City: It’s “Game On” in AC 2.0Hotels & Destinations

Just like smartphone apps and computer software, cities need to press the update button to avoid becoming obsolete. Atlantic City upgraded twice last June—two new hotels opened and sports gambling was introduced. This double-dose of milestone events changed the trajectory of the city immediately and for the distant future.

Helpful Tips for Dealing with Allergies on FlightsTips & Tools

Aah-aah-choo! You never want to be the person—or be near the person—who’s sneezing on a plane. Much of the sneezing is due to allergies, which can be far more serious than a tickle in the nose. Some passengers risk going into anaphylactic shock when coming into contact with certain allergens, such as foods and animals they have a potentially fatal sensitivity to.