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By Bart Beeson There are probably not many places where you can hike through a spectacular gorge, drive laps around a professional racetrack, and go to a wine tasting at a local vineyard, all within a couple of miles of each other, but that’s exactly how I spent my first

By Everett Potter There’s a new ski resort coming to the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Or maybe, just maybe, Deer Valley is about to get a lot bigger. It’s too soon to tell but what is known is that The Mayflower Mountain Resort has been announced, a 5,600-acre resort with

By James Mckenzie. Photos by Paul Clemence. New York City is one of my favorite cities in the United States. There is something about New York that energizes you with its skyscrapers, steam coming from the subways, seeing people from all over the world, and the diversity of history and

By Harvey Chipkin “Wait a minute, I have to get my machete.” So said Edivan, our extraordinarily gifted guide as he prepared to lead us on another adventure in the Brazilian Amazon – hacking trees and bush to allow myself and my fellow passengers on the motor yacht Tucano to

By Ruth J. Katz If the stunning, take-your-breath-away Thorncrown Chapel, snugly tucked into a leafy, woodland setting in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, embraced a particular religious denomination, I would have converted. That is how serenely transported I felt, sitting in the glass-enclosed (425 panes, measuring a total of 6,000 square feet)

By Monique Burns  On South Africa’s east coast, Durban offers activities for beachgoers and sightseers alike. There’s the Golden Mile, four miles of sun-streaked beaches along the Indian Ocean.  Artsy nightlife enclaves and glittering casino-resorts. Museums showcasing the culture of Indian and Zulu citizens as well as early English and

Story & photos by Deborah Loeb Bohren The beautifully restored Main Arrivals Hall on Ellis Island contains a wealth of information about the roughly 12 million immigrants who passed through its’ doors between 1892 and 1954.  In fact, it is estimated that one in three American’s can trace their families

By Everett Potter Clothing Arts Pick-Pocket Proof® Explorer Travel Jeans  I have been a fan of Clothing Arts Pickpocket Proof Clothing since they began and their Adventure Travel pants are usually my first choice when I hit the road. Now they’ve rolled out their Pick-Pocket Proof® Explorer Travel Jeans and they’ll make

  Photos by Effin Older. Words by Jules Older When you say Benicia, San Franciscans tend to scorn. “Why go there?” they sigh. Here’s why. Just an hour or so north of the Bay Bridge, Benicia is a surprise-filled with surprises.     For 13 months in the 1850s, it