Sunday, August 31, 2014
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BUNOL, Spain (AP) - The streets of an eastern Spanish town are awash with red pulp as thousands of people pelt each other with tomatoes in the annual "Tomatina" battle that has become a major tourist attraction.
If you’re planning an outdoorsy adventure during Labor Day weekend, you’ll need to know which national park is the best for biking, hiking...
So rare and coveted is sea glass - the tiny pieces of discarded glass that wash ashore after being shaped and polished by years of tumbling around in the ocean - that it's been given the romantic name "mermaid's tears."
NEW YORK (AP) - Forget bad weather, traffic jams and kids asking, "Are we there yet?" The real headache for many travelers is a quickly-growing list of hotel surcharges, even for items they never use.
Whales are curious creatures, and naturalist Michelle Barclay has seen them do some unusual things in the waters off Massachusetts.
Seventy-five years ago, Dorothy Gale and her dog Toto were carried away by a wicked tornado to the magical technicolor land of Oz. The 1939 film, The...
The Wilderness Act was passed 50 years ago to preserve the country’s most beautiful and awe-inspiring natural places for their recreation, wildlife...
The echoes of deep history were lying in the ground in front of me. As an archaeologist digging at a 10,000-year-old settlement on the outskirts of Bylany, Czechoslovakia, I held evidence of a long-gone culture gently and lovingly in my hands. A clay pot
VINALHAVEN, Maine (AP) - Maine-based pop artist Robert Indiana plans to participate in a celebration of his art in countries across the world called International HOPE Day.
 
Six Flags Great Adventure plans new roller coaster