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Discover Hidden Nashville Sep. 24, 2016

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By Steve Bergsman Hidden Nashville is an odd way to begin a story about a city that everyone thinks ... Read More

Houston and Galveston Offer Great Change of Pace Sep. 18, 2016

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By Robert Selwitz Houston is one of America's most surprising cities. Fourth in U.S. population and ... Read More

Castles, Cathedrals, Christmas Markets and Fine Companions on the Rhine Sep. 17, 2016

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By Priscilla Lister Traveling by myself on a December Viking river cruise down the Rhine was one of ... Read More

Luxurious Resorts Tell History of America's East Coast Sep. 10, 2016

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By Victor Block Let's take a walk through history. In 1740, a Native American chieftain helped lay o... Read More

Spicy, Serene Grenada Lures Travelers to Its Shores Sep. 04, 2016

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By Victor Block There's no denying that Grenada, like other Caribbean islands, has the requisite mag... Read More

The Magnificent World of Mendocino Sep. 03, 2016

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By Donna Barnett The threatened northern spotted owl is perched on a 2,000-year-old redwood tree 370... Read More

Regrets -- I Have a Few Sep. 03, 2016

Tales From the Front

Today we meet a woman who proves that while opposites can attract, they don't always belong together... Read More

Estonia's Mysterious Siamese Twin Islands Aug. 28, 2016

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By Mary Moore Mason The Siamese-twin islands of Muhu and Saaremaa floating in the Baltic Sea just of... Read More

See the World's Most Spectacular Sights by Train Aug. 27, 2016

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By Victor Block For some people taking a train is just a way of traveling from one place to another.... Read More

Falling for Vancouver, British Columbia Aug. 21, 2016

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By Athena Lucero Vancouver was ablaze in fall's vivid palette. Maple leaves — pink, yellow, or... 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

Going to Taos? Take the High Road Aug. 13, 2016

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By Jim Farber Visitors to northern New Mexico's premier destination — Santa Fe — often p... Read More

Relive Truman Legacy in Independence, Missouri Jul. 24, 2016

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By Steve Bergsman Independence, Missouri, is a pretty little place about 10 miles from Kansas City. ... Read More

Barbecue and Jazz Are Highlights of a Kansas City Visit Jul. 23, 2016

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By Steve Bergsman Kansas City, a lovely city of fountains and distinctive architecture, is best know... Read More

Idyllwild, California: Mountain Grandeur and Arts Mecca Jul. 17, 2016

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By Athena Lucero There is only one Idyllwild in the world, according to Google, and during a weekend... Read More

New York's Path to Freedom: the Underground Railroad Jul. 16, 2016

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By Sandra Scott The Underground Railroad was not a railroad, nor was it underground. It was a secret... Read More

Roots Run Deep in New Orleans Plantation Country Jul. 10, 2016

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By Jim Farber Plantation: The word is like a lightning rod in the American vocabulary. For some, "pl... Read More

Architecture and Gossip Delight Visitors to Palm Springs Jul. 03, 2016

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By Steve Bergsman Oh look, that was Ronald Reagan's house, and over there is where Elizabeth Taylor ... Read More

Visiting New York City? Make Time for Queens Jul. 02, 2016

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By Victor Block Not hungry enough for a sit-down breakfast, I munched on Tibetan dumplings called "m... Read More

Carmen Miranda: Rio's Beloved Queen of Samba Jun. 26, 2016

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By Sharon Whitley Larsen As the world readies for Rio de Janeiro's summer Olympic Games from Aug. 5 ... Read More