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Travel tips: Getting ready to launch the big trip

Early in the New Year my oldest daughter, not all that old, suggested that we as a family visit Europe. That sparked instant interest all around. You see for many years I especially and not infrequently our family together would […]

Travel tips: Getting ready to launch the big trip

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Early in the New Year my oldest daughter, not all that old, suggested that we as a family visit Europe. That sparked instant interest all around. You see for many years I especially and not infrequently our family together would […]

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Rail Europe: What not to do

For the last few months I have been planning an awesome family travel adventure to Europe.  We will be visiting London, Brussels, Cologne, Paris, Amsterdam, Reims and more. Three

President Trump meeting with Kim Jong-un

WASHINGTON — National security analysts sparred over whether President Donald Trump should meet face-to-face with the North Korean dictator. “President Trump should meet with Kim Jong-un, as long as the U.S. and

Europe: On the road again

My love of travel has been with me my entire life. As a youngster I traveled by car and train with one or both parents to America’s west, Canada

Club América and Tijuana Xolos match tickets now on sale

Tickets are now on sale for the highly-anticipated match between historic Club América from Mexico City and Club Tijuana (Xolos) set for Saturday, March 24 at 4:30 p.m. at San Diego

Old in spirit grounded in art

Rubadiri Victor narrates historical accounts, spirituality, and various philosophies – through art Rubadiri Victor is a purest when it comes to culture and the arts. When he sacrificed seventeen

Thanksgiving happy? We’re one year closer to the last

Thanksgiving. Happy? We celebrate by a parade of gluttony and self-righteous American exclusivity. Excuse me, could you pass the genetically engineered mammal fat please? I need some more of

Vietnam series by Ken Burns is fair and balanced

Army soldiers fire an M-60 machinegun in the foreground and an M-16 rifle at rear. U.S. Army Combant Art Collection By Blaine Taylor For MarylandReporter.com The best description of this spectacular new

Liverpool’s chances in 2017-18

Liverpool had and exceptional 2016-17 season. A return to the top four and a Champions League spot have left the fans frothing for what could be Liverpool’s most intriguing

Earthquake of 8.0 hits off Mexico coast, tsunami may occur in Central America

News organizations are reporting a massive 8.0 earthquake off the southern Pacific coast of Mexico that could trigger a tsunami throughout Central America and an alert has been issued.

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