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Bhutan, A Life Well Traveled

I’m very lucky to live a life well traveled. Not only do I get to visit some of the most bustling metropolitan cities in the world like Paris, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Rio de Jinero…but I also try to balance those urban experiences with travels to some of the most secluded, rural, physically beautiful small cities [...]

Pope visits Curia offices; we go on stakeout

VATICAN CITY — As his efforts to reform the Roman Curia continue, Pope Francis is personally visiting the existing offices, praying, meeting all the personnel, listening to their explanations of what they do and responding to their questions. All I got was a wave. With about a dozen other reporters and photographers, I was on […]

Updates to my UK and Iceland trip

I will be in Europe visiting family for about two months this summer (and of course I’m flying there in style), and one of the ideas I had was to visit as many European cities as I could – most of these will be weekend trips but I do have a longer trip planned that will be about ~9 days. Show More Summary

Locals Tell All: The Most Annoying Things Tourists Do in Their City

(Photo: Thinkstock/iStock) We envy the people that live in the dream destinations we visit. But we understand it can be hard for locals to deal with crowds of tourists day after day. We asked our readers: "What are the most annoyingShow More Summary

The Miseducation of Solidarity

Many have been weighing in on Lauryn Hill's recently canceled show in Israel. However, few have heard or will know the story of three teenage female emcees from a Palestinian refugee camp who this month visited New York City to perform. Show More Summary

Hundreds Volunteer to Educate Nail Salon Workers on Their Rights

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

City officials said they hoped the volunteers, armed with fliers and packets of information for manicurists in different languages, would visit 800 to 1,000 nail salons in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx on Thursday.

Photo Tour of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Marseille

I had planned to visit the Museum of Decorative Arts in Marseille prior to our trip to the city. My interest was further piqued by posters and flyers dotted around the city of the ‘Pop Art Design’ exhibition by Hubert Le Gall at the Museum of Decorative Arts, which runs until 6 September 2015. Show More Summary

9 of the Coolest Places To Eat, Shop, and Visit In Stockholm, Sweden

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

BY ADAM GROFFMAN The capital of cool in Scandinavia, Stockholm with its long summer nights and stylish shops makes for a great European city destination. One of the world's most gay-friendly cities and with a reputation for "cool," there's much...

Paris: A Holiday That is Always With You

Every time I visit Paris, I think about the way Hemingway referred to the City of Light as a "Moveable Feast." But I have to admit that I like the Russian translation of the title even more, "A Holiday That is Always with You." WhenShow More Summary

Japan Urges China to Include Hiroshima, Nagasaki Invitations in NPT Accord

Japan is in talks with China over a proposal to include a request for world leaders to visit the bombed-out cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the next draft agreement for the UN conference reviewing the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), Japanese media reported on Tuesday.


3 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

The weather is heating up in NYC, and so are the art events. This week, visit shows devoted to "neo-craftivism" and geometric abstraction, imagine the city's unrealized urban plans — or just kick back with cat videos.

Neil Patrick Harris & His Family Hit The Harlem Food Festival

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka were spotted over the weekend taking their kids Gideon and Harper to the Harlem Food Festival before visiting the Botanical Gardens, New York City. The post Neil Patrick Harris & His Family Hit The Harlem Food Festival appeared first on Growing Your Baby.

The Waterhole at Forest Park: The Best Place in New York City to See Wood-Warblers

On a recent afternoon’s visit to Forest Park’s famed waterhole the birds were coming in frequently and in abundance. In...

Tim Cook shares photos from China, speaks at George Washington University

Apple CEO Tim Cook shared photos from China and wisdom for the graduating class at George Washington University. The photos come from Tim Cook's recent visit to Apple Stores in Xidan Joy City and West Lake in Hangzhou, as well as the Elementary School at Communication University in China. Show More Summary

Five Minute Railfan Guide - Ottawa

A guest post by David McCormack When visiting a city, it can be a bit difficult to find the best places to view trains, especially if you have limited time. Ottawa is not the hotbed of activity that many other Canadian cities are, but if you look close enough, you can find some railfan activities within this city. Show More Summary

In a New York Boomer State of Mind

Susan and I are in our last day of a weekend trip to Manhattan to visit family and to be tourists in the city. I have been to New York City a number of times on business and for pleasure. However, I have never had a truly immersive experience here. I really want one. For […] The post In a New York Boomer State of Mind was written by MJP and appeared first on Go To Retirement.

Victoria & Albert Museum's 'David Bowie is' exhibition receives its millionth visitor

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

Since opening at the V&A in London in 2013, the David Bowie is exhibition has toured to five international cities and has now been seen by over 1 million visitors worldwide, making it on track to become the V&A?s most visited exhibition in its history once its international tour is completed. Show More Summary

Councilman Calls On Baltimore Rappers To Inspire Students

City Councilman Nick J. Mosby visited several high schools Friday to connect teens with a group of people he knew would get their attention: Baltimore-bred rappers. The councilman — whose West Baltimore district was the center of the...Show More Summary

Next Up: Exploring Colombia and Finding The Lost City

By Audrey Scott We’re headed to Colombia tomorrow. We’re off to see a country we were supposed to visit five years ago. We’ll be on the trail for Colombian culture — from the Andes to the Pacific to the Caribbean — and to find The Lost City along the way. Show More Summary

IKEA Is Testing Small Pick-Up Point Stores In Canada

I live in a smaller metropolitan area where people often whine that we have to drive more than two hours each way to visit an IKEA store. What if we didn’t, though? What if cities too small to support a mammoth IKEA of their own had small stores with some retail offerings, where they could pick up their online orders … [More]

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