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Naples Celebrates Pizza-Making UNESCO Recognition

Naples Celebrates Pizza-Making UNESCO Recognition

Dec 8
The city of Naples, often in headlines because of its garbage woes and mafia violence, is celebrating international recognition of its tastier side.

Dubai Unveils New Zip Line Among Towering Skyscrapers

Dubai Unveils New Zip Line Among Towering Skyscrapers

Dec 7
Dubai is offering thrill-seekers a new way to see its dazzling skyscrapers: On one of the world's longest zip lines.

Senator Wants Tougher Rules for Double-Decker Tour Buses

Senator Wants Tougher Rules for Double-Decker Tour Buses

By David Klepper | Dec 7
A lawmaker is raising concerns about double-decker sightseeing buses in New York City, saying earlier this week that tougher regulations are needed to protect tourists, pedestrians and motorists on the busy streets of the nation's largest city.

Sunday River Resort Turns Up Wow Factor for Annual GLTBQ Weekend, February 9-11, 2018

Sunday River Resort Turns Up Wow Factor for Annual GLTBQ Weekend, February 9-11, 2018

Dec 6
Sunday River Resort, in partnership with Outryders-New England's largest GLTBQ ski and snowboard club-will celebrate their annual White Out Weekend (WOW Weekend) February 9-11, 2018.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Winter Home Draws Fans to Arizona Desert

Frank Lloyd Wright's Winter Home Draws Fans to Arizona Desert

By Anita Snow | Dec 6
Each year when the sizzling temperatures finally dipped in the southern Arizona desert, architect Frank Lloyd Wright and a small band of young apprentices would start the annual cross-country migration from Spring Green, Wisconsin.

Trees, Lights & Holiday Magic: Christmas Events & Displays Around the U.S.

Trees, Lights & Holiday Magic: Christmas Events & Displays Around the U.S.

By Beth J. Harpaz | Dec 5
Destinations around the U.S. are dressing up for Christmas with trees, lights and holiday magic. Here's a look at a few events, displays and other attractions.

Sneak Peek: New Orleans' LUNA Fete

Sneak Peek: New Orleans' LUNA Fete

By Janet McConnaughey | Dec 4
The fifth LUNA Fete will come at the tricentennial's end. The festival was conceived as a five-year series ending next year, but the Arts Council New Orleans - a nonprofit organization and the city's official arts agency - is now thinking longer.

A Parisian Tour in the Footsteps of Famous African-Americans

A Parisian Tour in the Footsteps of Famous African-Americans

By Russell Contreras | Dec 4
Some travelers to Paris seek selfies with the Eiffel Tower, go to see the Mona Lisa at the Louvre or stroll to the Arc de Triomphe. But you can create a different type of itinerary exploring African-American connections to the City of Light.

Airport to Provide Therapy Dogs for Stressed Travelers

Airport to Provide Therapy Dogs for Stressed Travelers

Dec 3
A Connecticut airport is giving stressed travelers the chance to hug a therapy dog during the holiday season.

Even Procrastinators Can Find Holiday Travel Deals

Even Procrastinators Can Find Holiday Travel Deals

By David Koenig | Dec 2
Well procrastinators, you may have already missed the best prices of the season on airfares, but travel experts have tips for salvaging an affordable holiday trip.

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