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Playtime in Paris

posted: 06/25/2017 1:48 a.m. Discuss

"Where are the fan dancers?" I wondered aloud as I descended into a cave-like nightclub-cum-cabaret on the Left Bank. My friends and I sat down across from one another at a long table that spanned the rock-walled room. It was after midnight, and save for one other tipsy group, we had the place to ourselves.

Travel in Europe: Windsor offers royal life, minus London's bustle

posted: 06/25/2017 1:48 a.m. Discuss

British royalty has been calling Windsor Castle home since the days of William the Conqueror -- almost a thousand years ago -- and it's still a favored castle of the current Queen Elizabeth. And while commoners can't stay at her digs, the town of Windsor is a cozy spot for a peaceful and charming last night in England before flying out of London.

WWII life on exhibit in NOLA

posted: 06/25/2017 1:47 a.m. Discuss

A rusted fragment of the battleship USS Arizona sunk at Pearl Harbor, a woman's munitions plant uniform and ration books all tell the complex story of life on the homefront in a new exhibit at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans.

Rock star, rustic or refined

posted: 06/18/2017 1:54 a.m. Comment 1

MEMPHIS -- A truly relaxing getaway is one where you can check into a hotel and never get behind the wheel again until it's time to head home.

Set sights on music if in Philly

posted: 06/18/2017 1:53 a.m. Discuss

PHILADELPHIA -- It's not easy for music fans to explore Philadelphia's vast and rich musical legacy, but you can cobble together a do-it-yourself tour of the sights, sounds and neighborhoods that nurtured talent. Here are some spots to swing by. (Not all are open to the public.)

Travel in Europe: Siena's Palio horse race a gallop through history

posted: 06/18/2017 1:53 a.m. Discuss

In the gorgeously preserved Tuscan hill town of Siena, Italy, the Middle Ages seem to survive in the architecture and in the civic spirit. The city is known for its pride and for its independent attitude. And twice a year, that spirit shows itself in a crazy horse race, as it has for five centuries.

Are We There Yet?: Prohibition behind Spa City park ranger's murder

posted: 06/15/2017 1:48 a.m. Discuss

The bootlegging business boomed in 1927, thanks in large part to the 18th Amendment's ban on making, selling, transporting or importing "intoxicating liquors" anywhere in the United States.




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