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What are you reading? Labor Day

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a day of remembrance and tribute to the contributions workers (laborers) have made and continue to...

Photo by James McQuarrie

Landscape photography

Landscape photography is probably the most popular type of photography. You can do it anywhere.

© Kristy Alpert

Riding the rails through former Yugoslavia

Soak in the magical nostalgia of traveling slowly through the heart of the former Yugoslavia by train.

Countdown to Spring: 9 must-see European gardens

Soon Europe will be in full bloom, and the best place to see the remarkable transition from winter to spring is at one of these incredible gardens.
© Will H.

Better watch out: Krampus is coming

Most are familiar with the traditions of Saint Nicholas and Santa Claus.

Courtesy of AAFES Public Affairs

Jedi at the Exchange coming to Grafenwoehr Exchange

The Force will most definitely be with families at USAG Bavaria on Oct. 29. “Jedi at the Exchange” will offer Disney-approved Jedi training for...

When in Rome: Travel like a pro

Searching for a new place to explore?

©Karin J. Martinez, Hemingway’s short novel “The Old Man and The Sea” was written in 1951 in Bimini, Bahamas. It was the last major work of fiction by Hemingway published during his lifetime. The novel was the source of Hemingway’s Pulitzer Prize and subsequent Nobel Prize for Literature.

The Hemingway and Great War Museum

Fans of American writer Ernest Hemingway are able to visit his childhood home in Oak Park, Ill., the house where he lived and worked in Key West,...

In the Chapter Room above the mantel sits Paolo Veneziano’s “Madonna with Child” (c. 1339). Veneziano was inspired by Byzantine tradition and influenced by Tuscan masters Giovanni Pisano and Giotto, whose work can be seen at the Scrovegni Chapel in Padova. ©Karin J. Martinez

Frari Church in Venice

There are more than 120 churches in churches in Venice, but what makes Frari special is its priceless Renaissance art.
© Cheryl Boujnida

Life jacket art installation opens in Saarbruecken

Whether crossing the Mediterranean in dangerous conditions, or making the trek over land only to be met with barbed-wire fences at border...

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