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  • Cartier-Brebeuf National Historic Site
    Cartier-Brebeuf National Historic Site
    At first glance, Jacques Cartier and Jean de Brebeuf seem like strange bedfellows, the rapacious explorer who was more than willing to exploit the friendly natives and the dedicated Jesuit who would give his life to bring the teachings of Christ...
  • island
    Unspoilt islands in Southeast Asia to spend honeymoon
    A perfect destination to spend honeymoon is a place you can call your own for a certain period. It is a time for you and your partner to celebrate love in a paradise - away from your daily routines, away from workloads. Yes, there are lots of...
  • Dubovick and Crowley
    Happy Hop-Tober: An Interview with DryHop's Brant Dubovick
    October is a great month for many reasons. For one thing, it’s spelled just like it sounds. (Yeah, we’re looking at you, February.) You get a free pass to wear flannel anytime, anywhere, without feeling like you’re on your way to...
  • Alligators & Airboats
    5 tips for family fun with airboats and alligators
    Looking for a bit of an adventure? I have teenage boys and they are all about Gator Boys, fishing shows hunting , things that go to fast. Sometimes, finding planning a family fun day that suits both their taste and Mamas is pretty hard. Everglades...
  • Downtown Helena
    Touring Historic Helena Arkansas
    For a glimpse at the grandeur of the South before the Civil War you can travel to Helena, Arkansas and step back in time to view one of the state's oldest cities that was occupied during the Civil War by 20,000 Union soldiers and lays claim to...
  • First US Ebola case impacts airlines as travelers fear exposure, CDC responds
    First US Ebola case impacts airlines as travelers fear exposure, CDC responds
    Irene (not her real name) was ecstatic after winning 25% off a ticket to Dallas Love Field after entering a Virgin America contest. Now not so much. After learning about a Texas man testing positive for Ebola after returning from Liberia she...
  • Hawaii Food and Wine Festival: Play in Waikiki, Stay at the Kahala Resort
    Hawaii Food and Wine Festival: Play in Waikiki, Stay at the Kahala Resort
    Just say “Hawaii,” and one of the first questions you’ll get from anyone who has ever visited there is “What’s your favorite island?”Although many have definite preferences, perhaps the best response is &ldquo...
  • Oak Creek Canyon
    Good news: Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon open
    Coconino National Forest has announced that today Oak Creek Canyon, just north of Sedona, has opened the recreational areas just in time for prime leaf-peeping season! This includes trails, recreational sites, camping sites and parking along State...
  • How to explore New York City by bike
    See New York City by bike: The biking history, culture and tips
    I’ve been biking as long as I can remember. I think I got my very first bike when I was two years old. Growing up in Russia I was able to only bike around the residential area, in Germany where we stayed for a year in 1994, I finally got to...
  • Ava Gardner Festival, October 3-5, 2014
    Music and culture in the Triangle this weekend
    The main event in the Triangle this weekend is the Wide Open Bluegrass Festival in downtown Raleigh. On Friday and Saturday, enjoy the FREE Street Festival with local, national and international performers, vendors, concessions and activities for...
  • Hunting season in Poconos put on hold during manhunt for fugitive Frein
    Hunting season in Poconos put on hold during manhunt for PA cop killer fugitive
    Not an hour after Tony Covello, a retired East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania police officer and member the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), opined in a telephone interview today, Oct. 1, that hunting season, which was scheduled to start this week,...
  • The Hall
    Mid-Market neighborhood gets a culinary facelift with The Hall
    Making the mid-Market area a draw for foodies is no small feat. I pass through this area on the bus every day, and believe me, nobody wants to get off at 6th Street unless they're trying to score some hallucinogenic substance or they're a...
  • Wine cave at Beringer Vineyards
    A look inside Beringer’s ‘Man Caves’
    The wine caves at Beringer Vineyards in St. Helena are some of the oldest and most unique wine caves in California wine country. Keanu Reeves once shot scenes for a movie there and one room holds 4,000 bottles of vintage wine.Not only that, the...
  • Jeff Bridges
    Oscar winner Jeff Bridges & The Abiders in concert at Tacoma's Pantages Theater
    Jeff Bridges is an Oscar-winning actor, accomplished photographer and singer-songwriter. On November 21, 2014 he'll be joined by his band The Abiders in concert at Tacoma's historic Pantages Theater at 7:30 PM. Known best for his role as...
  • Portland Fashion Week
    Portland Fashion Week Takes Over the Tents in Pioneer Square
    Last night, Portland Fashion Week (PFW) kicked off with runway show featuring Portland area designers' Ready to Wear collections. The show kicked off with Brady Lange's playful collection of co-ed underwear and featured such highlights as...