TV and Pop Culture

What Will ‘The Walking Dead’ Do With Its Women in Season 9?

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — With Lauren Cohan on her way out and other substantial changes (including Andrew Lincoln's departure) coming, the AMC zombie drama may have a hard time delivering on new showrunner Angela Kang's promise of "great stories" for the show's female characters...
Outdoors and Gear Reviews

10 Tips for Sleeping at the Trailhead

DIGITAL TRENDS — We’ve all seen the Instagram account of the guy with the tricked out Sprinter, complete with custom solar panels, multi-sport racks and off-roading wheels. But you don’t need a decked out camper van to sleep in your car. In fact, with the right planning and proper gear, you can rest well in virtually any vehicle. Whether your goal is to...
Food and Travel

10 Unforgettable Moments You’ll Have On A Trip To Costa Rica

MATADOR NETWORK — Costa Rica is full-on mesmerizing in its diversity — wet, leafy rainforests with howling monkeys and cascading vines; hot, sun-baked beaches with sea turtles and crackling sand; rivers, mountains, volcanoes, waterfalls…
Rachel Cavanaugh
Portland, Oregon

Rachel Cavanaugh is a long-time journalist based in the Pacific Northwest. With more than 18 years of experience as a news reporter, writer, photographer, editor, and digital producer, her work has been featured in Men's Journal, MSN, The Hollywood Reporter, Bustle, Digital Trends, Elite Daily, Matador Network, Gear Junkie, and other publications. She's worked as a Digital Producer for Microsoft’s msnNOW, Digital Content Writer on Nike's Global Consumer Services' team, Gear Reviewer for Digital Trends' Outdoors and Sports section, Staff Writer for Bustle's Outdoor and Fitness E-Commerce platform, and Editor-in-Chief of the Goldendale Sentinel, a weekly print newspaper in Washington state. Most recently, she helped conceptualize Columbia Sportswear's Tough Mother Outdoor Guide, building the global retail giant's first ever digital magazine from the ground up. Over a four-year period from 2020 to 2024, she grew the publication into a journalistically-styled content platform that tells emotionally compelling stories about people and places in the outdoors. As editorial manager, Rachel was in charge of all content production from story ideation and planning to research, interviews, and article delivery. In addition to writing higher-level brand stories, she managed a small team of freelance writers. She currently splits her time between Baja, California where she lives in an RV on the beach, and Hood River, Oregon where she spends her free time kiteboarding, snowboarding, and playing with dogs.