Monumental Dining There’s no need to eat at tourist traps around Rome’s best-known sites, says Federico Schiaffino.   Rome is as renowned for its antiquity as it is for its culinary prowess. It comes as no surprise then that that the two go hand in hand, with many of the city’s restaurants holding...

Fort Clinch State Park, Amelia Island, Florida

Amelia Island is Florida’s “Golden Isle” and the only location in the U.S. to have been under eight different flags including French, Spanish, Mexican, Confederate and American, among others.  The island’s first recorded European visitor was France’s Jean Ribault in 1562, three years prior to the...

Travel booking mistakes to avoid

Not every traveler uses a travel agent to book their trips. Instead, they try to book the entire thing on their own, convinced that they will save money or time, or even get a better deal than a travel agent will get. Some do. Others, unfortunately, make mistakes. “The one mistake customers make...

Highway A1A, Florida

From historic sites to delicious eats and elegant accommodations, a leisurely drive on Highway A1A is the perfect way to discover life in Northeast Florida. Explore where the locals go and soak up the sunshine and magnificent ocean views along the 67 miles of the scenic coastal byway connecting...

One-Ton Chips, Hawaii

Light, crisp, airy and just the perfect balance of sweet and salty. They can be eaten on their own or used as a topping or garnish. Island residents have memorized their flavor and texture like the grooves of their own tongue. Visitors hoard them to take home as souvenirs. But what most do not...

Nicole Lebedevitch's killer Gypsy Queen, Yvonne's, Boston

Don’t call it a comeback. Classic cocktails have never gone the way of tan M&Ms and yet, after years of sugary, neon-hued drinks running rampant in bars across America, we’re ready to dial it back to basics. The Cocktail: Negroni Gin, Campari, and vermouth make up a traditional Negroni and...

1812 Productions presents "This is the Week That Is: The Election Special" at Plays & Players Theatre.

The fall season in Philadelphia is a favorite for all art lovers. With the opera back in full swing and local theaters and museums joining them with new shows and exhibits, there is no shortage of art to appreciate this October. Here are some of the highlights. Turandot, Opera on the Mall It’s...

Charlotte for the Busy Traveler

Charlotte is a culinary, racing and historic destination in the heart of North Carolina. With everything to see and do, planning a quick trip can be overwhelming.  To celebrate Where's 80th anniversary in the publishing world, we've pointed out our favorite 80-minute trips in Charlotte to help the...

Bowman's Corner, Pennsylvania

What if you could take off on a perfect fall adventure and come back home a few hours later feeling refreshed? Cooling temps, beautiful fall foliage, apple harvests and more are the bounty of autumn, and every corner of the U.S. feels at least a little different as the days start lengthening and...

St. Augustine Distillery

Expert mixologists on the First Coast are ready to make your vacation a festive foray. Whether you’re dining or just sipping and socializing, consider one of these extraordinary cocktail options with cool-weather flavors, ranging from fruit and cinnamon, pepper and herbs and chocolate and coffee....