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A Look Ahead to When Travel Returns Nov. 08, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block Middle seats in the planes of some airlines are vacant. Passengers and crew members ... Read More

Short Takes On Pandemic Tourism and Lunar Loos Jul. 27, 2020

Daily Editorials

Pandemic, Schmandemic. Visit Missouri ... Gov. Mike Parson has argued forcefully against expanding M... Read More

Unfriendly Skies for Consumers Jun. 16, 2020

Daily Editorials

Air traffic in America is surging! That's the good news for the airlines. The bad news is that the i... Read More

Summer People Are Already Here. And Are Snowbirds Staying? May. 28, 2020

Froma Harrop

When the pandemic hit this winter, city people with second homes moved into them. This upset the rhy... Read More

When Normalcy Returns, Celebrate in Boston May. 09, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz Whenever leisure travel again makes sense, Boston should be a prime destination ch... Read More

Quarantined in a Cairo Casino Apr. 22, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

The first strange thing I noticed that morning as I came down the stairs from my apartment was that ... Read More

Happening Hotels in LoDo, Denver Aug. 03, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Nicola Bridges Denver's Lower Downtown district — LoDo to locals — has undergone a tr... Read More

Do You Really Want to Travel So Much? Jun. 25, 2019

Froma Harrop

Hypertourism has become the curse of desirable places all over the world. It refers to the swarms of... Read More

Finding People to Fill Empty Spaces Jun. 11, 2019

Froma Harrop

A tiny French mountain village with a long name, L'Hospitalet-pres-l'Andorre, has lost half its popu... Read More

Selfie-Inflicted Deaths a Sign of Bigger Problems Jun. 07, 2019

C Force

By November 2013, the term "selfie" had been used so frequently that the Oxford English Dictionary c... Read More

Reporting from Rwanda at the Gorilla Summit May. 23, 2019

Armstrong Williams

When we touched down in Kigali, Rwanda, last Wednesday evening, oddly, there were no gorillas there ... Read More

American Scott Hapgood Deserves Our Sympathy and Praise May. 09, 2019

Armstrong Williams

Details are now emerging in the tragic case of Scott Hapgood, a Connecticut man who took his family ... Read More

Glamping It Up Around Mesa, Arizona Apr. 06, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Don Heimburger Many years ago, wanting to impress my new bride with my camping skills, I suggest... Read More

When Customer Service Bumps Up Against Economic Reality Mar. 26, 2019

Succeeding in Your Business

On a recent business trip to a popular beach resort in California, I was called upon to find a good ... Read More

Spend a Holiday Marching With Penguins Mar. 17, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Gay Courter If you are hankering to see "Happy Feet" up close and personal, you probably think yo... Read More

Visit New Zealand's Cities -- Large and Small Mar. 16, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Bonnie and Bill Neely When we visited Christchurch on the South Island of New Zealand (now rename... Read More

Environmental Malpractice Washes Onto the Beach Aug. 21, 2018

Froma Harrop

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency over an environmental disaster that he ins... Read More

An Easy Way to Lower the Trade Deficit Aug. 14, 2018

Stephen Moore

From the first day Donald Trump started running for president, he has raged against America's large ... Read More

Souls vs. Fossil Fuels Aug. 10, 2017

Froma Harrop

There are regions where economic stress coexists with a beloved way of life. It can be hard to make ... Read More

The Day Freedom Died in Cuba Mar. 23, 2016

Ben Shapiro

In 1959, Fidel Castro and his communist henchmen put a bullet through the head of freedom. Proclaimi... Read More