PHOTO OF THE WEEK: A Glimpse of History

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: A Glimpse of History


If you look like your passport photo, you probably need the trip.

TRAVEL & ADVENTURE

5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT HONG KONG

April 16.2015 — Hong Kong is a fascinating place. It is constantly changing, modern yet traditional, full of Western businesses and democratic ideals yet ruled by the more austere communist-China way of life. The people who live there love dim sum and pizza, and never seem to stop moving... more


HISTORY & DISCOVERY

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT ATLANTIS

April 4.2015 — Is Atlantis located off the coast of Morocco? Author Mark Adams thinks so. But, it could also be in Greece... or in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The location of Atlantis has intrigued scholars for hundreds of years, and despite all of the research, no one seems to agree on it's location. (Or, if it even ever existed for that matter)... more


PEOPLE & CULTURE

6 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BOOK OF MORMON (NOT THE MUSICAL)

April 4.2015 — After attending The Book of Mormon the musical (one of the funniest things I have EVER seen, by the way), I realized that I know absolutely nothing about the religion that revolves around it. While I have written about the Amish, aspects of Judaism, things that are banned in the Christian Bible, the... more


TRAVEL & ADVENTURE

IN PHOTOS: THE INCOMPARABLE WAIKIKI

April 3.2015 — I have been lucky enough to visit the island of Oahu multiple times over the last few years, and though I have travelled to tropical spots all over the world, there is something about the easy, sun-drenched life in Hawaii that is incomparable. These are... more


HISTORY & DISCOVERY

UPDATE: THE DISCOVERY (AND NOW BURIAL) OF KING RICHARD III

April 3.2015 — In the fall of 2012, a team of archeologists from the University of Leicester discovered a skeleton under one of the town's parking lots. Shockingly, the skeleton turned out to be the lost remains in King Richard III who had been killed in battle in 1485... more

 

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