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Mexico City's Floating Farm to Table

Mexico City's Floating Farm to Table

By Lisa Martine Jenkins |
Call it floating-farm-to-table: A growing number of the capital's most in-demand restaurants are incorporating produce grown at the gardens, or chinampas, using ancient cultivation techniques pioneered hundreds of years ago in the pre-Columbian era.

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LA Side Trip: Pasadena's Art, Gardens & History

LA Side Trip: Pasadena's Art, Gardens & History

By Eva Parziale | Jul 25
Most visitors to Los Angeles head to Hollywood, Venice Beach or Santa Monica. But if you're in the mood for stunning gardens, first-class art and historic architecture without the crowds and traffic, consider Pasadena.

Italian Couple Says B&B Refused Them Because They're Gay

Italian Couple Says B&B Refused Them Because They're Gay

Jul 25
A gay couple from Naples, Italy claims a bed and breakfast in Santa Maria, a coastal village in the southern Italian Vibo Valentia province, denied them entry because of their sexuality.

Finding Food and Fun in the Finger Lakes

Finding Food and Fun in the Finger Lakes

By Winnie McCroy | Jul 25
Discover the Finger Lakes -- an entire region peppered with vineyards and tasting rooms showcasing New York State wines, ciders, and spirits, terrific restaurants, and plenty of history and culture to work up an appetite.

Road Trip: The Overseas Highway From Key Largo to Key West

Road Trip: The Overseas Highway From Key Largo to Key West

By Jay Reeves | Jul 25
The Overseas Highway links Florida's mainland with Key West, and some tourists drive straight through the chain without exploring until they get to the end of the road.

Go Play Outside: NY State Makes it Free For New Campers

Go Play Outside: NY State Makes it Free For New Campers

By Mary Esch | Jul 25
Folks who'd like to try camping at New York parks are getting the chance to do it this summer for free, courtesy of the state.

Josh Robbins Shares Summer Travel Tips for People With HIV

Josh Robbins Shares Summer Travel Tips for People With HIV

Jul 24
Summer is the time for trips to the beach, barbecuing with family friends, vacationing, and HIV activist Josh Robbins shares his tips for those living with HIV.

Best Food & Drink Gems From Tour de France

Best Food & Drink Gems From Tour de France

By John Leicester and Andrew Dampf | Jul 24
The best discoveries from the three-week Tour de France.

Check In to Get Away: Zion Park Aims to Require Reservations

Check In to Get Away: Zion Park Aims to Require Reservations

By Lindsay Whitehurst | Jul 24
It would be a first for a U.S. national park: requiring reservations to get in. But it's an option that Zion National Park is considering to manage an overwhelming surge of visitors to its sweeping red-rock vistas and canyons in Utah.

Ginsburg: Justices Felt Trump Travel Ban 'Too Restrictive'

Ginsburg: Justices Felt Trump Travel Ban 'Too Restrictive'

By Mark Sherman | Jul 24
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the Trump administration was "too restrictive" in deciding what family relationships qualify as close enough to avoid the ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries.

Richmond's Confederacy Statues Spur Soul-Searching

Richmond's Confederacy Statues Spur Soul-Searching

By Sarah Rankin | Jul 21
Mayor Levar Stoney recently announced he thinks the monuments should stay put but appointed a commission to study adding historical context, likely with new signs or new statues.

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