Despite the existence of the coronavirus pandemic, travelers are still searching for their next spring break vacation. These warm-weather dest…
As we’ve had to postpone our travels because of the pandemic, I believe a weekly dose of travel dreaming can be good medicine. Here’s one of my favorite European memories in what was a part of Yugoslavia — a reminder of the adventure that awaits us at the other end of this crisis.
Jesse Posey said that one of the perks of “Selena: The Series” is filming on location. Posey portrays Selena Quintanilla’s guitarist and husband, Chris Perez, in the Netflix series. “We filmed mostly in Rosarito, Mexico,” said the 26-year-old actor, who is Mexican American. “Then (we shot) quite a bit in Tijuana and a few times in Ensenada. Ensenada stood out to me, because my grandparents used to own a house there on the beach. I was only five the last time I was there, so I don't remember much. But I thought it was dope to be back there. Mexico is awesome. I might have to move there.” Based out of Burbank, California, Posey stays in touch with his fans on Instagram (@jpose13).
Last week, Consumer Reports sent recommendations to the Department of Transportation concerning its policies for air travel. They're all beneficial, but some are more likely to be adopted than others. Three are obvious no-brainers that will likely get quick DoT attention and make quick improvements to your travel experience:
Six Flags is planning to open all 26 of its amusement parks and water parks in 2021, including five that didn't operate last year due to the pandemic.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The tourists at Disney World are too preoccupied with the majestic Cinderella Castle ahead and the marching band playing “Let …
Right now, given the limits on foreign travel, domestic road trips are more popular than ever. If you plan to rent your road trip car, however, be on the lookout for the several perennial gotchas the rental companies throw at you to extract a few more of your dollars than necessary. Fortunately, you can avoid them knowing the gotchas before you put down your credit card.
Author, actress and activist Donzaleigh Abernathy’s latest project is inspired by her godfather Martin Luther King Jr. She’s the lead singer on “The Listening,” a choral project that’s a nod to Dr. King’s 1967 “Beyond Vietnam” speech. “My father (Rev. Ralph Abernathy) was with Uncle Martin that day at Riverside Church (in New York),” said Abernathy, who is based out of California. “After serving during World War II where all of the men in his company had been killed, except my father and another soldier named Benny, my father decided to dedicate his life to nonviolence.”
As we’ve had to postpone our travels because of the pandemic, I believe a weekly dose of travel dreaming can be good medicine. Here’s one of my favorite European memories from Florence — a reminder of the artistic wonders that awaits us at the other end of this crisis.
Outdoor pursuits, including birding, have garnered increased attention during these unique times. So why not grab the binoculars and head to t…
Allison and Mark Jonez had to postpone their February romantic getaway to Mexico, but it was not because of the pandemic.
All the photos are in for our Destinations Photo Contest. Now it's time to vote for your favorites. Voting will run through Friday, Feb. 12.
A new museum two decades in the making is telling the interconnected story of Black musical genres through the lens of American history.
When people ask me that question, my snarky response is, "Beats me." When I check my crystal ball for the straight info on the future of Covid restrictions, it doesn't even show one bar. At best, I can highlight some of the guideposts that can help your planning.
Best known for her role as Ciara Brady on “Days of Our Lives,” Victoria Konefal said that filming on location helped set the mood for her upcoming movie, “Living Dead Presents: Fog City,” which is set for a Halloween release. “We were flown out to Dennis Port, Massachusetts,” she said. “It’s a lovely little fishing town. The energy surrounding the town was eerie. There was one road and it was mostly empty, but it worked to our advantage (for a horror film). I’m a fan of getting spooked, so I was soaking it all in. There was a constant fog rolling in that kept us from being able to see more than 30 feet ahead of us. The air was crisp, the mood was haunting and being there really allowed me to separate from my life and throw myself into the character work. The bonding experience with my castmates was also one for the books.” Konefal interacts with fans on Twitter and Instagram (username: @victoriakonefal).
As we’ve had to postpone our travels because of the pandemic, I believe a weekly dose of travel dreaming can be good medicine. Here’s one of my favorite European memories from Germany — a reminder of the fun that awaits us at the other end of this crisis.
Entries are due by Friday, Feb. 5, for our Destinations Photo Contest. Send in your best photos for a chance to win up to $1,000.
Music, good eats, and plenty of positive vibes…
Destinations Photo Contest entries are due by Feb. 5. Before the sun sets on the contest, send in your best photos for a chance to win up to $1,000.
Nobody really knows how long it will take to get back to a "normal" travel environment, if ever. And nobody knows for sure how the travel world will evolve for early and mid-2021. So, if you're considering a trip this spring or summer, you need to (1) keep a close eye on COVID developments and (2) remain fully flexible about arrangements.
As we’ve had to postpone our travels because of the pandemic, I believe a weekly dose of travel dreaming can be good medicine. Here’s one of my favorite European memories from London — a reminder of the fun that awaits us at the other end of this crisis.
Few actresses have had as eclectic a career as Gloria Reuben. After her breakthrough role as an HIV-positive physician assistant on “ER,” Reuben quit her day job temporarily to tour with Tina Turner as a backup singer. She also is the author of “My Brothers' Keeper: Two Brothers. Loved. And Lost” (Post Hill Press, $21). Born in Canada, the New York resident currently may be seen in Showtime’s “City on a Hill.” Her latest role, however, is off screen. She is the president of the global clean water nonprofit, Waterkeeper Alliance (www.gloriareuben.com/waterkeeper-alliance/).