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You don’t need to burn any miles to get in a solid summer vacation—or at least a killer Summer Fridays Personal finance website WalletHub has shared its yearly list of best (and worst) spots to spend those personal days. WalletHub defines a sta...
Changi Airport, in Singapore, is the 15th busiest airport in the world. It serves more than 51 million passengers a year—about the same as New York City’s JFK—but very much unlike JFK, it is universally popular, beloved even. Changi has placed in ...
They call it Dudamania: Gustavo Dudamel, the 27-year-old Venezuelan conductor, shaggy-headed and exuberant, is leading performances that lift not only the audience but his musicians from their seats (go to YouTube to see “Mambo” with his Simón Bol...
Milwaukee Milwaukee tops the nation in bars per capita—no coincidence that Miller Brewing Co. calls it home. And thanks to the Harley-Davidson factory in nearby suburban Wauwatosa, Milwaukee has its fringe element. But there's much more to the por...
"Riding a GPS-equipped bus in Barcelona," says Maxwell L. Anderson, director of New York's Whitney Museum of American Art, "I got a hilarious glimpse of the future. If a bus driver needs a satellite to tell him where he is, there really are no lim...
In the lexicon of Cincinnatians, press is what you do to doorbells, and buzz is the sound they make. This is a town of best-kept secrets, where the thrill of a new discovery lies around every corner. But humility hasn't always been good for the Qu...
Dodge dim sum. Hold the raves on risotto. Here's the lowdown on Stars and Stripes for the taste buds. Sure, you might have to drive out of the comfort zone, yell your order, or share a table with strangers. It doesn't faze you at all. You crave th...
It may come as a surprise, especially to Midwesterners, but right now the most exciting architecture in America can be found in the Midwest. It all started in 2001, when the gleaming Santiago Calatrava addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum opened: ...
In her travels, as in her writing, Nobel Prize–winning author Toni Morrison is drawn to places with complex, layered histories. "There are so many crevices and secrets," she explains. "It's interesting to go and find little remnants of the...