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  • Whoopi Goldberg Has No Regrets, Ready For New Season On 'View'

    Whoopi Goldberg Has No Regrets, Ready For New Season On 'View'
    Academy Award, Grammy Award, Golden Globe and Daytime Emmy Award winning actress Whoopi Goldberg is among an elite group of artists who beyond stage and screen is also a co-host of and award-winning talk show — ABC's award-winning "The View." The...
  • Several large LGBT events coming soon to Broward County

    LGBT tourism is on the upswing in Broward County and officials want to keep it that way. To help continue expansion in that market, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau is exploring potential growth avenues to attract more lesbian,...
  • Fort Lauderdale's Coconut Cove guesthouse sold

    Fort Lauderdale's Coconut Cove guesthouse sold
    The Coconut Cove Guesthouse in Fort Lauderdale, which had been one of Broward County's exclusively gay lodgings, is no longer in business, according to a recording on its phone Monday. The 15-room guesthouse at 3012 Granada St. recently changed...
  • Russian cruise breaks down barriers

    Russian cruise breaks down barriers
    It seemed like a good idea at the time. Last year my wife and I booked a two-week, 900-mile river cruise through Russia for June 2014. But three months before our departure, Russia grabbed Crimea from Ukraine, the United States slapped sanctions on...
  • Exploring Frankfurt, Germany's hub

    Exploring Frankfurt, Germany's hub
    Though it's often avoided by tourists (who use only the city's airport), Frankfurt's modern energy makes it a unique and entertaining city. Linking the wine-and-castles stretch of the Rhine to the north with the fairy-tale Romantic Road to the south,...
  • Playful Padua

    Playful Padua
    I'm in Padua (just half an hour from Venice, but a world away), and I really like this town. Padua's museums and churches hold their own in Italy's artistic big league; its hotels are reasonably priced and the city doesn't feel touristy. Nicknamed "The...
  • Travel Apps For Great Last-Minute Deals

    Travel Apps For Great Last-Minute Deals
    No question, last-minute travelers can grab great deals. When hotels, resorts, cruise lines and even airlines have unused inventory, they often offer it at deep discounts — sometimes as much as 50 percent and more off original prices. To be a...
  • When to splurge in Europe

    When to splurge in Europe
    I've always been a fan of budget travel tips. For 30 years I've written and lectured about ways to stowaway, picnic and get special deals to be able to afford international travel. My feeling has long been that "you experience more by spending less."...
  • Evolving Lisbon -- trolleys, fado and Old World color

    Evolving Lisbon -- trolleys, fado and Old World color
    Portugal's capital city of Lisbon feels to me like Europe's San Francisco -- it has rattling trolleys, a famous suspension bridge, a heritage dominated by a horrific earthquake, and lots of fog. And like San Francisco, it's a charming mix of now and then....
  • Cycling through Stockholm

    Cycling through Stockholm
    Stockholm is one of Europe's most beautiful cities. One-third water, one-third parks, one-third city, on the sea, surrounded by woods, bubbling with energy and history, Sweden's stunning capital is green, clean, and underrated. And it's a city in love...
  • Travel Q&A: Peanut ban on plane irks flier

    Travel Q&A: Peanut ban on plane irks flier
    Q: My husband and I were on a Delta flight from Boston to Detroit. Shortly after takeoff, the captain announced that there was a passenger with a peanut allergy, so no peanuts would be served. I wondered if it was common practice to inconvenience an...