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Fan-made Star Trek sets become tourist attraction
Fan-made Star Trek sets become tourist attraction

Since the early 1980s, Patrick Dougherty has constructed more than 270 installations around the globe.

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Family to open Prince’s home to the public
Family to open Prince’s home to the public

Tours of Paisley Park - a sprawling house and recording studio - will start in October.

2 days ago
Dinosaur hunting in Utah
Dinosaur hunting in Utah

Liz Dodd finds herself being thrown around Hell's Revenge - a classic off-road adventure in eastern Utah.

5 days ago
No more English test for NY cabbies
No more English test for NY cabbies
Industry news

New York city scraps mandatory requirement for cab drivers to be proficient in English.

7 days ago
Going surf loco down in Acapulco
Going surf loco down in Acapulco

Acapulco is famous for its cliff divers, who wow visitors with daring drops.

11 days ago
Popping up in a city near you
Popping up in a city near you

From naked restaurants to pop-up beaches, industry experts look at what's behind the proliferation of quirky pop-ups.

14 days ago
How to holiday like a US president
How to holiday like a US president

Presidential vacations are a part of White House life and a staple of the American summer.

18 days ago
Finding your happy place on a secluded beach
Finding your happy place on a secluded beach

This secluded US state park on the Chesapeake Bay offers an alternative to the summer crowds.

21 days ago
4 all-American things to do on Route 66
4 all-American things to do on Route 66

2016 is the 90th anniversary of Route 66, and it's all about the journey as you hit this famous highway from Chicago to LA.

22 days ago
It’s the Maine attraction
It’s the Maine attraction

What to do if you've injured your ankle in Maine and your travel plans change? Warren Levinson has a few suggestions.

24 days ago
The joys (and challenges) of being an innkeeper
The joys (and challenges) of being an innkeeper

Mike Amery lives in a land of worst-case scenarios. His days and nights are filled with what-could-go-wrongs.

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Beer lovers, this job’s for you!
Beer lovers, this job’s for you!

The National Museum of American History is looking for someone to travel the country drinking brews, all expenses paid.

26 days ago
Fancy some chocolate-covered onions?
Fancy some chocolate-covered onions?

From onions to internal organs, a Philly chocolate company finds humour in the business...

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Going off script in Hamilton’s New York
Going off script in Hamilton’s New York

Becca Milfeld tries to catch a glimpse of perhaps the world's first consummate New Yorker: the real Alexander Hamilton.

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Taming Tahoe’s snowscapes
Taming Tahoe’s snowscapes

On the border of California and Nevada lies a huge lake surrounded by magical mountains, writes Michelle Creux.