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Attention, New York City tourists: There’s a new water attraction in town. ... Read More

When you spot an unbelievably giant lizard crossing a path in front of you, you'd better grab your camera. ... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com.  ... Read More

Two new pickle restaurants will open in New York City this year. The first is Maison Pickle, which opened earlier this month on the Upper West Side.... Read More

As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, many people are more likely to be thinking about their plans for an extra day off than about the man to whom... Read More

Seventy-one percent of the Earth's surface is covered by water, but not all tides come ashore with mammoth waves. Big wave surfers travel the globe to... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com.  ... Read More

Badlands are one of the trademarks of the west. You can find them in Montana and parts of Utah, as well as northern-central states like South Dakota,... Read More

Feeling the need to hibernate? These fabulous caves, which are all available to rent on Airbnb, will have you making like a bear and waiting out the... Read More

Retrieving a Disney FASTPASS for rides like Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and Soarin’ will never be the same—unless you’re willing to... Read More

If visiting the world's largest volcano sounds dangerous, think again: not all volcanoes erupt with abandon and leave towns covered in molten... Read More

Lake Tahoe is currently under a Winter Storm Warming—and has been for days—that's resulting in nearly all of its ski resorts temporarily shutting down.... Read More

After being closed for repairs, Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth home in Atlanta, Georgia, will partially reopen in time for his birthday Monday.  ... Read More

Last year, we were pleasantly surprised to learn that “goat yoga” was a thing at the No Regrets Farm in Albany, Oregon. And we weren't the only ones:... Read More

The past year marked several impressive additions to New York's hotel scene, spanning luxurious skyscrapers to historic buildings. Most notable... Read More

Starting Monday, February 13, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden will begin distributing free timed passes for the opening weekend of its... Read More

If you want to branch out from the typical vacation ports of call—pricey Aspen, say, or a sleepy beach resort in south Florida—the vast, forested state... Read More

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans to build an expansive biking and hiking trail that will span the state, connecting Manhattan to Canada... Read More

Looking to get some literary inspiration in a magnificent historical setting? ... Read More

After several years of deliberations and a West Coast fight between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the board for George Lucas' new museum has finally... Read More

Between 1892 and 1954, immigrants arriving on the shores of the United States passed below the towering face of Lady Liberty before docking at... Read More

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