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This story originally appeared on People.com.Harrison Ford realized his mistake immediately after he accidentally flew over a jetliner during... Read More

Chicago-based travelers, get excited. Today, WOW Air announced that it would bring its super-cheap flights to the Windy City on July 13, with... Read More

Smack in the middle of the East Coast, roughly three hours by car from Philadelphia, Assateague Island is an exhilarating, uniquely preserved stretch of... Read More

This story originally appeared on Sunset.com.One rule of Nipton living is that you never try to outshout the train. The noise might not seem so... Read More

Yellowstone is the oldest U.S. national park (it just celebrated its 145th birthday), but that doesn't mean its visitors are behind on the... Read More

About 31,000 people live in Jamestown, New York. It sits between Buffalo and Pittsburgh, although it’s not particularly close to either. The city is... Read More

This story originally appeared on RealSimple.com.There are countless reasons why your relationship might (or might not) be working—shared interests,... Read More

There isn't much champion surfer Kai Lenny hasn't done in the water.In addition to big-wave surfing, the 24-year-old is a... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com.Getting the freshest food in New York City often means heading to Whole Foods. But when Swale's... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com.The race to deploy autonomous vehicles won’t mean much if cities are unprepared for the technology. Fleets... Read More

Bad news for travelers who love Virgin America: In a statement on Wednesday, Alaska Airlines announced that the Virgin name would be retired in 2019.... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com.Legendary pro skateboarder Tony Hawk is a pretty big deal: he’s the breakout star of the rebel sport, putting... Read More

For years, there has been much build-up around the advent of the Hyperloop, a super high-speed “train” capable of reaching near-supersonic speeds. But... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com.Reclaimed water could be craft beer's newest trend.Maybe it’s because people know alcohol kills germs.... Read More

Following the announcement that the U.S. would restrict carry-on electronics for passengers entering the country from certain Middle Eastern and... Read More

A passenger transporting his pet snake on a commuter flight left his companion behind on the plane. The animal was found a few hours later, during a... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com.The Dubai-based Emirates Airlines poked fun at President Donald Trump’s ban on most electronic devices on... Read More

This story originally appeared on RealSimple.com.Harry Potter fans looking for a taste of Butterbeer (a favorite beverage amongst the wizards in Rowling... Read More

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has banned passengers coming from 10 Middle Eastern and North African airports from bringing any devices into... Read More

On the banks of of the Ohio River, the history-steeped Queen City has risen from its postindustrial doldrums. For an ideal weekend in Cincinnati — which... Read More

Children in Boston’s public schools were introduced to a new world map last week, offering a comparison to the traditional Mercator projection map... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com.Ellen DeGeneres‘s Santa Barbara home will have your jaw on the floor — and not just because of the eight... Read More

As far as Disney princesses go, I've always been partial to Belle. So it was particularly upsetting, in a time when Disney hysteria is peaking... Read More

Manhattan has its big players — the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA — and its chic downtown spots — the newly opened Whitney Museum of American Art,... Read More

Nate is five years old. And, like most five-year-olds, he fixates on his hobbies. But while some five-year-olds may rattle off facts about Spider-Man or... Read More

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