Category: Travel

Top 10 Chinatowns for Chinese New Year (February 5th)

Chinese New Year is celebrated by families with pots of simmering food, red envelopes filled with money (red is a lucky color), lion and dragon dances, banging of drums, sparkling fireworks and loud firecrackers that fill the streets.
Trump Shakes 70 Years of Foreign Policy

WASHINGTON >> President Donald Trump was already revved up when he emerged from his limousine to visit NATO’s new headquarters in Brussels in May. He had just met France’s recently elected president, Emmanuel Macron, whom he greeted with a white-knuckle…
Breaking 6-3-2017 London Bridge Terror Attack

London Bridge has been placed on lockdown amid reports of three men carrying knives attacking people and up to 20 have reportedly been struck by a van. Armed police are at the scene in what is being described as a…
Christians Slaughtered On Eve of Ramadan

At least 28 Coptic Christians have been killed and dozens more wounded by armed men who attacked them while they were travelling to a monastery in Egypt’s Minya province. The Christians were headed on Friday to the Saint Samuel Monastery, located…
Why Vacation in Florida?

Florida fanatics don’t need an excuse to make their way to The Sunshine State for a little R&R, no matter what time of the year it may be. But those who don’t know this beautiful southern state as well as…
Sun shines on Cuba’s tourism industry

By Laura Woods, Contributor On Sunday, March 20, President Obama made history when he became the first American leader to visit Cuba in the post-Cold War era. Prior to his trip, the last American president to set foot in the country…
Bivouacking in Oregon’s Back of Beyond

ON a chilly afternoon in late June, we stood contemplating our options in an icy Oregon rain that pricked our skin like needles. The canyon’s 300-foot-high walls of chocolate rhyolite had corralled the river into a pool too deep to…