Leisure Travel

Trump's vulgar Africa comment morphs into tourism campaigns

Jan 19, 2018

Trump's vulgar Africa comment morphs into tourism campaigns; Botswana a 'waterhole' country

Stars turn out for swansong of Louis Vuitton designer

Jan 18, 2018

The celebrity allure of Paris Fashion Week menswear shows was at its height as the notables from the worlds of sports, film and fashion attended the Louis Vuitton swansong show for designer Kim Jones

Grand Teton's 2017 visitation marks busiest on record

Jan 18, 2018

Grand Teton National Park recorded its busiest year in 2017 _ the fourth consecutive year of record attendance

Interior official blasts resignation of parks advisory board

Jan 18, 2018

A U.S. Interior Department official has blasted the resignation of most members of a board that advises it on national parks

Motion-activated cameras capture animals being wild, weird

Jan 17, 2018

A growing number of scientists in the U.S. are using motion-activated cameras to help them study wildlife.

Embrace the Bold North in Minneapolis for Super Bowl

Jan 17, 2018

Minneapolis is the northernmost city to host a Super Bowl, and tourism officials are embracing that as they welcome visitors to the "Bold North."

France considers loaning Britain historic Bayeux Tapestry

Jan 17, 2018

French officials said Wednesday they plan to loan the historic Bayeux Tapestry to Britain, allowing the medieval artwork to leave France for the first time in centuries

World War I painting on loan from UK coming to Kansas City

Jan 16, 2018

The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City is preparing to display a John Singer Sargent painting depicting British soldiers blinded by a gas attack on the Western Front

Hebrew grammar book from 16th century returns to Prague

Jan 16, 2018

A 16th century book that belonged to Prague's Jewish community before World War II and was considered lost before it surfaced at a New York City auction has returned to the Czech Republic

Correction: Ireland Museum-Frederick Douglass story

Jan 16, 2018

A Connecticut museum dedicated to Irish history is launching an exhibition focusing on the time Frederick Douglass spent in the country in the 1840s

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