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Reality Television Awards Go Global

As a result of the tremendous success of the British National Reality TV Awards, the U.S. version is in the works. By Teri Schure.


 

Jeremy Lin Goes From Zero to Hero

Jeremy Lin has gone from signing a 10 day contract with the New York Knicks and sleeping on his brother’s couch, to a guaranteed $635K contact for the remainder of the season.


 

What Time Does the 2012 Super Bowl Start?

Despite all the lead up, hype and anticipation that surrounds the Super Bowl, the number one football question this time of year is “What time does the Super Bowl start?”


 

Dreams Come True Band

The Japanese pop band Dreams Come True has achieved great success on their home turf. Breaking into the U.S. music scene, however, has proved to be more difficult.


 

Minneapolis Barbeque and Blues Festival

Minneapolis' 7th Annual Famous Dave's BBQ & Blues Festival delivers on what the name suggests. And after the festival, Dave keeps the coals burning. By Teri Schure.


 

Must-See World Heritage Sites in Italy

Digging through Italy's rich history, you're sure to uncover some fascinating sites. The World Heritage program is helping to preserve them. By Paolo Rossi.


 

Astro-Tourism: Visiting the Stars in Chile

In the valley of northern Chile, said to be the magnetic center of the Earth, travelers go to gaze at the stars through one of the clearest skies in the world. By Andrea Sagues Cifuentes.


 

Six Days in Rio de Janeiro

From the beach to the slums to the mountaintops, Rio has a multitude of treasures and pleasures to unravel. One New Yorker shares the details of his experience.
By Joshua Pringle.


 

Sardinia's Caves: Bue Marino Grottos and Grotta Verde

Sardinia hosts several extraordinary grottos that, hidden since ancient times, have had to wait geological ages before being discovered and explored by man. By Roberta Spiga.


 

Give LaGuardia a Break

LaGuardia Airport may have the worst performance rating in the country, but the number of people being flown in and out of the tiny hub is pretty impressive when taken in perspective. By Teri Schure.


 

Why You Should Visit Singapore

Singapore's multi-cultural background, diverse cuisine and gorgeous architecture will keep a tourist's head on a swivel, taking in something new on every block.
By Ben Morgan.


 

Short-Stay Trips to London

London has a lot to offer in a compact geographic area, from historic districts to modern art enclaves, giving a visitor plenty to do over the course of a few days.
By Joe Williams.


 

Israel, Vatican: a Magdalene Meeting Point

Magdala is a holy place for all Abrahamic religions—a rich place of history and a hot spot for contention among religious leaders laying claim to it. By Simon Roughneen.


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