Stories by “ Bill Kearney ”

Bill Kearney

Bill Kearney is the editor-in-chief of American Way magazine and editorial director overseeing the airline’s Celebrated Living and Nexos publications. 

After graduating from Gettysburg College and teaching English in Taiwan, he began his media career in New York as a television producer with Barbara Walters at The View and went on to work as a freelance journalist, penning stories for national and international publications such as Wallpaper*, Food Republic and Sport Fishing magazine. He's also contributed to the Miami Herald and written cover stories for Miami New Times. His editorial career includes roles as Miami editor of online men’s magazine and deputy editor of Ocean Drive magazine.


Mallorca's High Life

The rugged north coast has long served as a hideaway for nobles and artists.

Hammocks of Power

A new exhibit—along with insights from Laura Bush—reveals how presidents used retreats for both R&R and diplomacy

These Businesses Are a Family Affair

Meet three sets of brothers and sisters whose ties extend well beyond family.

Paradise Found: Holbox Island, Yucatan

Though it’s been hailed as the Yucatán’s next big thing, Holbox’s appeal is that it’s a sleepy small town. Can it survive…

Snow It All

How Telluride Ski Resort’s avalanche prevention expert Jon Tukman keeps the slopes safe for powderhounds.

Discovering the secrets of great white sharks isn't easy — but this team is up to the challenge

Chris Fischer and his Ocearch team are out to map the secret life of the great white shark. But they have to buck the system, and find…

I survived summer camp for grown ups

Editor Bill Kearney discovers that, unlike his childhood camp experiences, adult summer camp is less about growing up and more about…