By Staff
August 30, 2013


A boat neck tunic about 1,500-years-old was found along the Norwegian Lendbreen glacier at 6,560 feet—talk about quality. [Discovery News] (Maria Pedone)

ABC News found that 61% of Americans plan to work this Labor Day Weekend—just be sure to pack that waterproof iPad case in your beach bag. (M.P.)

While Zimbabwe has no national currency, the country does plan on spending $300 million to open a Disneyland near Victoria Falls. [Travel Weekly] (M.P.)

Thought ten-day weather forecasts were unreliable? Farmers Almanac has released their weather predictions for the entire winter, giving the U.S. ski industry hope of a white, snowy winter after two dud seasons. (Nikki Ekstein)

Eliza Ronalds-Hannon from Skift examines the pros & cons of a city becoming a Ryanair destination: Pro? More visitors. Con? More *tipsy* visitors. (Peter Schlesinger)

This father turned a cross-country move into an opportunity for the best family road trip ever, as NBC reports. (P.S.)

I love this USA Today list of island vacations that you've (probably) never heard of. (P.S.)

These world flags made from national foods made me feel super patriotic. (P.S.)

The Daily Telegraph's Martine Ainsworth-Wells takes an in-depth look at how Argentina need to work hard to stand out from its World-Cup and Olympics-hosting neighbor to the north. (P.S.)