Route 66 Roadside Signs and Advertisements – Book Excerpt Joe Sonderman loves the Mother Highway, America’s Route 66. In this new book, Route 66 Roadside Signs and Advertisements he presents a history of some of the thousands of signs and advertisements that can be found or once were found on Route 66. Joe teamed up […]
Bermuda Has Some of the World’s Prettiest Beaches By Alex Wright With its pink sands and golden sunsets, Bermuda is one of the world’s truly undiscovered treasures. What’s more, this island paradise, which is only 21 miles long and lies in the middle of the north Atlantic, hosted the 35th America’s Cup in 2017 after […]
By Shelley Seale Though Rhode Island is the smallest state in the US, it’s rich in both history and wealth. From Providence at the northern border down to the Newport at the southern coast, there is much to discover in its 1,200 square miles. Providence The capital city is home to prestigious Brown University, a member of the […]
Seattle’s Bumbershoot festival celebrates alternative art, music, and cinema and draws in visitors from around the world.
Skating through Intercourse: in-line touring through Amish country. Many inline skating enthusiasts are taking group trips to skate with other skaters.
Cass Erikson travels to Morocco with her 10-year-old son, and the two travelers receive a warm welcome everywhere they go, surprising her friends.
Marrakech’s Jemaa el Fna: A Morrocan Outdoor Cafe Text and photo by Lauryn Axelrod “Lamb couscous, 40 dirham at stall number 5!” cries the turbaned barker. “Tagine for 30 at stall 12!” yells another. “Beautiful lady, come sit with me and taste the freshest fish in all of Africa,” well-trained boy coos as he leads […]