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  • Barack Obama: America's 'first tourist'

     
    by Mark Silva Our friends and colleagues traveling with President Barack Obama this week have an interesting take on "America's first tourist'' - all eyes as he entered the Great Pyramid, all ears as he joked about how much an...
  • 'The Amazing Race': sour grapes

     
    Here's Bucky on last night's Amazing Race:So, I’m working without a net tonight (on the road, no DVR.) Feel free to comment in with any corrections/additions if I got something wrong or omitted entertaining details.The teams are still in France...

    Visiting Vesuvius and Pompeii

    The ancient city of Pompeii -- famously ruined in A.D. 79 when mighty Mount Vesuvius blew its top -- is one of Italy's most popular tourist attractions. Few visitors make it to the top of the towering volcano, but those who do enjoy a commanding view....

    Nap time delights through the ages

    Today's tutorial, funded by a generous grant from the Get Serious! Self-Help Institute ("For people who just can't help themselves") is: How to Take A Nap. The nap is one of the great blessings of civilization. Before civilization, it was hard to take...

    Medieval Times: New show in the works

     
    We've had a small flurry of dinner-show developments lately. Pirate's Dinner Adventure revamped its main show for the first time in 15 years (more on that later this week), Medieval Times introduced a kids program called “Train to Be a Knight”...