Travel Channel’s Brian Unger travels back in time to a New Orleans Jazz social hall

On June 25th, Brian Unger of the Travel Channel travels back to the early 1930s, following the trail of America’s infamous couple Bonnie and Clyde. His first stop is Hargraves Café in Dallas where Bonnie waitressed prior to becoming a thief. He visits Clyde Barrow’s family home and imagines how it looked in the 1930s. From there, Unger travels to a New...

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“Andrew Zimmern Sees Home Cooking in Croatia at its Finest on BIZARRE FOODS”

Under the lid cooking in Croatias Dalmatian coast may soon be a lost art. They put food on a platform, cover it with a dome lid, and put hot coals on top of the lid. Cooking some delicious looking poultry, the narrator describes that when you have a thigh twice the size of a breast you know it’s a real farm house chicken. Key Takeaways:Andrew Zimmern...

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Emirates Has Spent Over $500 Million on Its In-Flight Wine Program

If you are flying first class chances are that you have, or have seen someone who has ordered wine to drink on the flight. It is a very common things and airline like Emirates has spent well over $500 Million on its in-flight wine program. Such programs have been gaining popularity and currently this airline has almost 70 varieties of wine. Emirates Has Spent...

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Carnival’s Wearable Tech Program — Digital Marketing News This Week

Wearable technology can be referred to any device that is worn on a person, you can interact with it, and can connect to the internet in some way. Carnival is creating new technology to connect more with passengers on board cruise ship as an added way to make their experience better and easier while on board. Carnival’s Wearable Tech Program — Digital Marketing...

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Found: A 90-Year-Old Live Grenade Sitting in a Museum Closet

Recently, staff at The Haganah Museum in Tel Aviv found a 90-year old active grenade sitting in a cupboard. The museum is located in a house built in 1923 that was the secret headquarters of the Haganah, a Jewish paramilitary organization that represented the majority of Jews in Palestine at that time. A bomb squad had to be called to remove the bomb from the...

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Weddings abroad: all you need to know

If you have always dreamed of a destination wedding, there are many things you must consider when planning. You should always book in advance so you have a better chance of getting the location you want on the date you want. Always do research and make sure you will have the scenery you want in your pictures, but remember your budget. The style, decoration,...

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Cuomo Outlines $10 Billion Overhaul of JFK

Anyone who has traveled through JFK airport knows it needs to major improvements. There is good news because New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday unveiled a $10 billion plan to improve John F. Kennedy International Airport, the latest piece of an infrastructure initiative the Democratic governor is pushing this year. Hopefully this will make this airport...

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Brazil Sees Record Number of International Visitors in 2016

The Brazil government released some figures showing that their country received a record amount of visitors this year. This has to do in part with the Olympic Games being played there. This is very good for their economy and the prospect of future development of the country as a whole. They hope the trend will continue. Key Takeaways:Foreign visitors spent...

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Who Really Controls The Window Shade On Your Flight? It’s Not A Trick Question.

There are many airline horror stories out there about people who do disgusting or weird things on planes. One source of argument on planes is that of the window shade. Who really controls it? Most would agree that you should ask the person next to the window. There are those, however, that try to control the window shade without their consent. This is where...

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