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This promises to be a very quiet St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland and elsewhere, so a bit of armchair travel is in order. Here’s a look at a special corner of Ireland through the lens of Colleen Duffley, an American photographer with a passion for the country.  In this selection

By Scott Hume Scott Hume is VP Operations at Global Rescue, the world’s only integrated travel risk and crisis response provider. Hume has supervised thousands of medical and security operations as a result of natural disasters, illnesses, and injuries. Most travelers (86%) are concerned about coronavirus with 40% either revising

By Everett Potter The coronavirus outbreak has many of us canceling, amending or postponing our travel plans. Fair enough, and sensible enough. But it fails to stave off the very real human need to get away. So if you can’t travel, you might as well delve into a classic travel

By Michael Kiefer To go or not to go, that was the question. We had pooled our frequent flyer miles and scheduled a trip to Barcelona for our March break. “Aquí todo el mundo hace vida normal,” a friend who lives there texted. “Everyone here is living a normal life.”

By Everett Potter West Palm Beach has long played second fiddle to its far more glamorous sister, Palm Beach, on the other side of the Intracoastal Waterway in Florida. The divide was clear: the wealthy came to stay and play in Palm Beach, while those who weren’t quite so well

Story and Photos by Deborah Loeb Bohren If you’re looking for a cruise ship the size of a small city with the likes of rock walls, extreme water slides, go-karting, and laser tag, you can stop reading now because this isn’t the cruise for you.  But, if the idea of

  GLP Films has made a series of short videos of their home state of Maine. Here’s a look at the resurgence of  oyster farming, with Glidden Point Oyster Farms in Damariscotta. Watch the video and then visit the link to order oysters directly from Maine.      

By Jeanne Muchnick You know the old adage, location, location, location? Well, the Beaux-Arts-style Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore Inner Harbor, close to the Convention Center and four blocks from the Inner Harbor, has that plus history, history, history. Housed in the gorgeously restored former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad headquarters and

By Brian E. Clark In the late 19th Century, Park City was a booming mining center with a population of nearly 10,000. The town’s Silver King Mine was one of the most famous silver mines in the world. Today, skiers and snowboarders can experience a bit of that mining history

  By Larry Olmsted An unusually destructive hurricane – even for the worst possible Category 5 – 2017’s Irma was considered the most powerful storm ever for the open Atlantic region and the worst to hit the U.S. since Katrina twelve years earlier. In addition to catastrophic destruction across the