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  By Mary Anne Evans Part One There’s an extraordinary sight coming up in June this year that will probably never be seen again. It takes place around Duxford Airfield  on June 2 to 4 when members of the Free fall teams, wearing WWII-style Allied uniforms and using military parachutes,

By Ann Abel The world has fallen in love with Lisbon. For many good reasons. (Case in point: I loved it enough to move here.) But it’s a shame that so many people’s visits to Portugal begin and end with the (increasingly crowded) capital. Many of the country’s charms lie

  Time for summer on Martha’s Vineyard Forty-five minutes by ferry. That’s all that it takes to get to Martha’s Vineyard, the largest of the islands off the coast of Massachusetts. It’s a short journey for such a big trip. Martha’s Vineyard is justly famed for its great beaches, quaint