Terese Loeb Kreuzer

Carol Bennett


Terese Loeb Kreuzer is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Travel Arts Syndicate, which sells travel-related articles and photographs to newspapers and magazines in the United States and Canada. (See She has visited and written about Canada, England, Scotland, France, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Germany, Poland, Guatemala, China, Dubai, Bermuda, Mexico, Chile, Austria and the Caribbean as well as many places in the United States. Her articles and photographs have appeared in leading newspapers and magazines including Islands, Country Living, Caribbean Travel & Life, The New York Times, Miami Herald, Boston Globe, St. Petersburg Times, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Denver Post, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oregonian, San Jose Mercury News, Vancouver Sun and Toronto Star. She formerly edited Michelin on Travel and Way to Go for The New York Times Syndicate. She is an honors graduate of Swarthmore College and lives in New York City.

Carol Bennett, a reporter and actress, received her B.A. in English and theatre from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and professional library degree from McGill University in Montreal. She was host of the weekly TV program, Modern Maturity, that aired nationally on PBS from 1986 to 1988 and for 20 years was the Washington, D.C. correspondent for the Alabama Radio Network. She has traveled extensively in Canada, where she has many friends and relatives. She lives with her husband, architect Ralph D. Bennett, Jr. in Silver Spring, Md.