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NEWS: As Wealthy Americans Cut Back, Travel Trends Up, Survey Finds

Luxury travel by Bluechoi New York, N.Y.—Although wealthy Americans are expected to begin spending differently, travel doesn’t appear as though it’s going...

NEWS: Diane Keaton's Plea for the Ambassador Hotel

Ambassador Hotel by Chris Yunker Los Angeles, Calif.— Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed piece about the iconic...

NEWS: Spend A Night At The Guggenheim

Artist Carsten Höller’s Revolving Hotel Room courtesy of the Guggenheim New York, N.Y.—Looking for an out-of-the-ordinary place to stay when visiting New...

NEWS: Couple Breaks Lowest Fuel Consumption Record

by slopjop Houston, Texas—This blog has a new set of road models. Aboard their Volkswagen Jetta TDI, John and Helen Taylor broke...

NEWS: Chicago's Company Town Opens Its Doors

Pullman houses on 112st St. by puroticorico We are born in a Pullman house, fed from the Pullman shops, taught in the...

NEWS: Mackinac Island's Indian Dormitory Being Made Into Art Museum

Indian Dormitory in Mackinac Island courtesy of Mackinac State Historic Parks Mackinac Island, Mich. —Mackinac Island, a state park where bikes are...

NEWS: Presidential Sites In The Spotlight

Spiegel Grove, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Ohio by jimbowen0306 Washington, D.C. —The presidential race is at the forefront of American...

NEWS: Solar Lights The Way On Oregon Roads

Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Portland General Electric CEO Peggy Fowler install the first solar panel last month. Picture courtesy of OregonDOT Oregon—Solar...

NEWS: Arkansas Blues Festival Begins Next Week

The late Robert Lockwood Jr. performs at the 2006 festival. Last year’s event was dedicated in his memory. Courtesy of Zac Lehr...

NEWS: Indiana Leaf Cam Shows Off Fall's Changing Colors

Changing leaves in Brown County courtesy of Brown County Convention & Visitors Bureau Indianapolis, Ind.—Although many of the state’s trees are still...