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  • Visit Israel
    Why now is the time for a pilgrimage to Israel
    The following article is from a guest author who just returned from a two-week tour in Israel and Jordan. Now is a great time to visit the Holy Land!As we walk out onto the raised platform, our guide calls us to silence. He says we have just...
  • Golf Getaway 2014: Station Mont-Tremblant
    Golf Getaway 2014: Station Mont-Tremblant's Le Diable and Le Geant
    The leaves of autumn are about to turn Station Mont-Tremblant’s Le Diable “The Devil” and Le Geant “The Giant” into remarkable pieces of living art for golfers to play on.While the two spectacular course are easy on...
  • A View of the Great Smokies
    Harsh winter a threat for fall events in Gatlinburg?
    The managing editor of The Farmer’s Almanac, Sandi Duncan, is predicting a frigid and bitter winter for the 2014/2015 year. Everything east of the Rocky Mountains, according to the Almanac, will see an intense increase of winter weather,...
  • Zoogocho poster advertising festivties
    Oaxacan town Zoogocho to celebrate patron saint in major party bash
    Despite the recent controversial video, promoting the Guelaguetza that was deemed racist and offensive for displaying a master vs. servant attitude between the affluent light-skinned tourist and the indigenous people of Oaxaca, the festival this...
  • Ruby Brabo
    How big-spending small county dug a $100 million hole
    King George County, a rural enclave of 25,000 people, has racked up $100 million in debt with a spending spree on new public buildings.The “Gateway to the Northern Neck” is a tale of two communities. Average income ranks high, thanks...
  • John Georgis
    Banjo Billy's Bus Tours offers non-traditional look at local history
    It's one of those great American success stories; guy gets a wild hair one day and tells his boss to shove it. Goes home and spends a sleepless night during which he comes up with a totally off-the-wall idea, and next thing you know he's...
  • Southern Folklife Collection 25th Anniversary will take place in Chapel Hill in August
    Merle Haggard, Tift Merritt to headline 3-day SFC Festival at UNC-Chapel Hill.
    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library announced the schedule for the 25th anniversary celebration of its Southern Folklife Collection (SFC) this week. Events will take place across the campus and at the Cat’s Cradle in...
  • Hands On For Future Tragedy
    College helps heroes & hands on train
    The College OfDupage (sometimes referred to as C.O.D.) is coming together for the community,helping localstudents in the surrounding area with hands on experience. New improved facilities with real life working skills and situations include: hotel...
  • Citizen Soldiers serve the people when needed
    The National Guard Museum offers a perfect place to visit this July 4th week
    Visitors coming into the District of Columbia for the July 4th celebration will be met with such an outpouring of welcome that it is often difficult to know which attraction to see. Journalists keep journals and your customer service reporter has...
  • infamous ROUTE 66 and Colorado River
    Pirate Cove Resort is just 100 miles south of Las Vegas; beat the heat
    Ahoy Matey! Just a short drive away from Las Vegas and behold wonders that any pirate could not pass up. Wet yer pipe and relax in luxury. Be You Blackbeard or Long John Silver, You will enjoy beauty along the coast of this fine river. The...
  • Mayor Emanuel presents proposal for city-wide illumination project
    Mayor Emanuel debuts city-wide illumination plan to boost Chicago tourism
    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel presented yesterday a novel idea to increase tourism to the city. The mayor wants to turn Chicago into a glittering metropolis by lighting up city bridges, iconic buildings, CTA platforms, and other locations. Emanuel...
  • Bags Packed?: Consider Tucker County, West Virginia
    Bags Packed?: Consider Tucker County, West Virginia
    When it comes to collecting Washingtonian dollars, the D.C. Department of Tourism has real competition from West Virginia's Potomac Highlands.That's not to say there's a lack of things to do inside the Beltway, but if you're...
  • Little Old Lady
    Pasadena and Zipcar Inc. partner to expand rental offerings in the city
    One can live in Southern California without owning a car, but it’s next to impossible to live here—or even visit—without using a car. Bumming a ride from a neighbor, renting a car on occasion or using a taxi fill in the gaps in...
  • Travel Spotlight: Nashville
    Travel Spotlight: Nashville
    Nashville is a musical mecca not to mention a foodie’s heaven. A trip to the Grand Ole Opry and the plethora of BBQ joints will prove that. But there is more to offer than just blues and BBQ when it comes to this soulful city. The Southern...
  • SD TOurism Marketing District 051614
    Tourism Marketing District activities funded
    Marketing activities the city depends on to raise the tourism visits back up, after a 2013 year hotel room visits went up at a little above fifty percent the 2011 growth, will get the 46,211,911 dollars in annual fiscal year funds the San Diego...