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India's River Waters Cleanse Spirits at Hindu Festival

By Bernat Armangue | Aug 30
It's just water. But to the millions of Hindus expected at the Kumbh Mela festival, held this year along the Godavari, touching that water is reverential.

Bleisure: When Your Workday is Over, Evenings in London

By Beth J. Harpaz | Aug 30
Business travelers to London always have plenty of options for exploring the city after the workday is done. But this fall, visitors have a few special evening activities to choose from.

Discover Gay Florida - Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Daytona Beach

By Mike Halterman | Aug 29
There is so much history on the First Coast, as evidenced by the many museums and historical sites. However, northeast Florida is so much more than that.

Million Gallons of Wastewater Closes Another Beach in Hawaii

By Caleb Jones | Aug 28
For the second time in a week a popular Hawaii beach was closed after sewage from a treatment plant was discharged into the ocean.

Southwestern Style: A Celebration of Native American Jewelry

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 28
Skip Maisel's, in Albuquerque, NM, is a cultural institution in the acquisition of fine Native American jewelry. And if you think that only means turquoise and silver -- think again.

Camp OUT: Club Getaway Goes Gay

Aug 28
Nestled amid 300 acres in Kent, Connecticut, Club Getaway is raising the flag for its first-ever LGBT weekend: Camp OUT.

Virtual Vacationing: Tour the Most-Exclusive Ways to Travel

By Scott Mayerowitz, Nathan Griffiths | Aug 28
The Associated Press is offering a virtual reality tour of some of the world's most extravagant accommodations: suites on a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380, Cunard's duplex stateroom aboard the Queen Mary 2 ocean liner, and the Four Seasons hotel in NY.

The Ultimate Travel Bucket List

Aug 28
Smithsonian Magazine has released a new list of top travel destinations. One of these destinations may be space as there's no longer an obligation to keep travel earthbound.

Get a Room: New Orleans Hotels Bouncing Back 10 Years After Katrina

Aug 27
This is the fifth in a series of videos showcasing the improved aspects of New Orleans and how far the city has come in the past ten years since Hurricane Katrina.

Can NYC Mayor Stop Topless Women in Times Square?

Aug 27
Is a topless woman in a public place not "family friendly?" Critics of the women say they harass tourists for tips and are ruining the now-family-friendly landmark. But women site the law that this freedom of expression is their constitutional right.

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