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The Unsettled Feb. 07, 2018

Small Spaces

Some people are rolling stones. I ran into a friend at a dance performance who had recently returned... Read More

Reverse Culture Shock Jan. 23, 2018

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I've been studying abroad in Rome for the past three months. I head back to America in a... Read More

Life Demands Patience Jan. 05, 2018

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I am a divorced father of two teenagers. Their mother and I have maintained a good relat... Read More

A Good Man Is Hard To Fund Dec. 05, 2017

The Science Advice Goddess

I'm a 35-year-old woman. I'm living with my boyfriend, who's a freelance artist (talented but just ... Read More

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

Travel and Adventure

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

Beauty, Affordability and Safety in Slovenia Sep. 16, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Doug Hansen After hearing rave reviews about Slovenia, a small country that formerly comprised th... Read More

What a Mess Jun. 12, 2017

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I hope you can settle a conflict I have with my boyfriend of almost nine years. One of h... Read More

Finding the Muse and More in Thiva May. 28, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Athena Lucero In the central plains of Boeotia, Greece, between Athens and the Corinthian Gulf, ... Read More

Arachova and Delphi Put Each Other on the Map May. 27, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Athena Lucero It felt like the top of the world while I stood at the foot of Mount Parnassus in ... Read More

It's the Perfect Time to Travel May. 26, 2017

Positive Aging

Summertime is right around the corner, which means this is the perfect time to think about getting o... Read More

Tourist Fashion Traps May. 16, 2017

In Fashion

The fact that you're on vacation doesn't mean you have to look like you left your sense of style at ... Read More

One (Restrained) Cheer for Washington Apr. 15, 2017

Mark Shields

We've all heard the tiresome and discouraging refrain: Washington, our beautiful capital city, is br... Read More

Foreign Relations Mar. 11, 2017

Tales From the Front

What better way to learn about a country than to get cozy with one of its citizens? Today we hear fr... Read More

Alexander Hamilton Would Be Proud of Nevis Island Feb. 19, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Fyllis Hockman A few years ago the fact that an island was the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton w... Read More

Come to Nevis to Relax, Stay to Energize Feb. 18, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Fyllis Hockman Large resort hotels. Check. Three to four cruise ships a day. Check. Beach bars ga... Read More

Live St. Augustine's Colorful Past Feb. 12, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block In 1607 a small band of settlers founded the first permanent English outpost in the ... Read More

Touring Carcassonne: Europe's Largest Fortified Medieval City Jan. 29, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Sharon Whitley Larsen You never know how a pig may change the course of history! (More about that... Read More

Surprising Northeast Thailand Jan. 28, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Ellen Clark No stranger to Thailand, I've hung out on white sand beaches, shopped in glitzy malls... Read More

Palm Springs Keeps on Giving, Rain or Shine Jan. 22, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Karen Kenyon From the days of the native Agua Caliente Cahuilla Native Americans to the Hollywood... Read More

Experience the Magic of Easter Island Jan. 21, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Annie Coburn Easter Island is considered the most isolated inhabited place on earth, but it still... Read More