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How to have a Throwback Thursday Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving dinner — Photo courtesy of E+ / PeopleImages On the 4th Thursday of November, many of us in the United States will gather around a large table and chat with family and friends as we pass the turkey and stuffing. Though Thanksgiving dishes may vary by family and by region, not much of how […]

Flock to these turkey trots this Thanksgiving

As traditional as the turkey dinner is the Thanksgiving morning turkey trot — a race for runners and walkers. And in the spirit of thanks and giving, many of these runs raise money for local and national charities and causes. Flock to these New England turkey trots and prep for the big meal by burning […]

Arizona governor fires embattled state parks director

PHOENIX (AP) – Embattled Arizona state Parks Director Sue Black was fired Friday following numerous complaints, including the bulldozing of potential archaeological sites to rush development of cabins and other improvements. Gov. Doug Ducey announced in a news release that Black and deputy director Jim Keegan were departing Arizona State Parks and Trails effective immediately. […]

New Zealand’s ‘Tiaki Promise’: Travelers make environmental pledge

(CNN) — New Zealand is known for its strict environmental rules and regulations. Already, people who travel to the country have to go through rigorous screening when they arrive to ensure they haven’t brought in any outside plants or foods that might affect New Zealand’s environment. Now, visitors to New Zealand are can go one […]

The great British high streets worth travelling for

The Great British high street hasn’t received a lot of positive press in recent months. Store closures have dominated the headlines. Just last week The Telegraph reported that 1,218 shops have been closed or earmarked for closure since January, with high street chains blaming rising costs, the National Living Wage, a drop in consumer confidence amid […]

Denver International Airport bag drop for Thanksgiving, holidays

Just in time for the busy Thanksgiving holiday week, Denver International Airport travelers can now check their bags and print their boarding passes at two of its shuttle parking areas. The free bag drop service will mean DIA passengers parking in the Pikes Peak and Mt. Elbert lots or the transit center can get their luggage […]

United Airlines shows off its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

Ben Mutzabaugh USA TODAY Published 5:16 PM EST Nov 16, 2018 DULLES, Va. – United Airlines showed off its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on Friday at Washington Dulles International Airport. The event marked the first time that United has revealed the interior of the aircraft, which it took delivery of two weeks ago. United already had […]

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Logan Airport ranked as one of the top 10 best airports in the country

The Wall Street Journal named Logan International among the top 10 best biggest airports in the U.S. in its first-ever ranking of airports. Logan came in at No. 10 on the list, which evaluated the country’s 20 largest airports by taking into account 14 factors in the categories of reliability, value, and convenience, as well as a […]

FBI investigating death of woman aboard Royal Princess cruise

A puzzled passenger who was apparently aboard The Royal Princess wrote a cryptic post Tuesday on cruise community website Cruise Critic.com. The 19-deck ship had departed Nov. 9 from Port Everglades on a seven-day Southern Caribbean cruise and is set to return to Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. “Last night something serious happened on Royal Princess,” […]