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From Slavery to "I Have a Dream" on the National Mall Oct. 01, 2017

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By Jim Farber Every year millions of visitors to Washington, D.C., spend a day on the National Mall.... Read More

From Crags to Caverns in Shenandoah National Park Sep. 30, 2017

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By Jim Farber Long before the Shenandoah National Park and its scenic roadway, Skyline Drive, was es... Read More

Santa Barbara's El Capitan Canyon Is the Rolls-Royce of Camping Sep. 17, 2017

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By Jim Farber Camping. For years it meant one of two things: either packing everything in the car, f... Read More

People, Places and Wine Abound in California's Santa Ynez Valley Dec. 24, 2016

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By Jim Farber The same year cannons rained down shells on Fort Sumter, signaling the opening salvo o... Read More

Tales of Costa Rica's South Pacific Dec. 11, 2016

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By Jim Farber It's a rainy night in San Jose, Costa Rica. The lurid neon lights of the capital city... Read More

Tied to the Land in Costa Rica Dec. 10, 2016

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By Jim Farber A luxury eco-resort and a small family farm share roots in Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica.... Read More

Mammoth There's a Lot of There, There Oct. 09, 2016

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By Jim Farber It's one of those snapshots probably taken with a Kodak Brownie camera in the 1950s. ... Read More

The Travel Adventures of Winnie the Pooch Oct. 08, 2016

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By Jim Farber Winifred, also known as Winnie, Pretty Girl and Tootsie Pop, was one pampered pooch, ... Read More

The Other, More Peaceful, Santa Fe Aug. 14, 2016

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By Jim Farber In Santa Fe, New Mexico, the downtown plaza is a beehive of activity. Tourists from th... Read More