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One of the World's Most Remote Islands Gets Commercial Flights

One of the World's Most Remote Islands Gets Commercial Flights

By Christopher Torchia | Oct 16
One of the world's most remote places became a little less isolated on Saturday when the first commercial flight arrived in St. Helena, a South Atlantic island.

Caribbean Vacation Advice During Hurricane Recovery Mode

Caribbean Vacation Advice During Hurricane Recovery Mode

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 11
Here are some recommendations from a couple of travel experts about other spots you might consider if you had your heart set on an island destination that's now off-limits, but you're still hoping for sun, sand and sea.

Hot Weather Dulls Fall Foliage Season

Hot Weather Dulls Fall Foliage Season

By Wilson Ring | Oct 10
The muted colors have come in a year in which experts had predicted the cool, wet summer would produce spectacular October foliage. But the summer was followed by a hot, dry September that kept the leaves producing the chlorophyll that keeps them green.

Blue Waters Resort & Spa Reveals Multi Million-Dollar Renovation

Blue Waters Resort & Spa Reveals Multi Million-Dollar Renovation

Oct 4
The luxury all-inclusive Blue Waters Resort & Spa, nestled on Northwestern corner of Antigua, will unveil the final phase of a three-tier multi-million-dollar property-wide renovation this month.

Still Warm in Maine, But Leaves Say Autumn is Here

Still Warm in Maine, But Leaves Say Autumn is Here

Sep 29
The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry says autumn color has arrived, even as temperatures linger in the 70s in much of the state.

Diwali Festivals Grow in U.S., From Disney to Times Square

Diwali Festivals Grow in U.S., From Disney to Times Square

CULTURE | By Beth J. Harpaz | Sep 27
The holiday of Diwali is starting to light up mainstream America. Diwali, a festival of lights celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and others in India and other countries, has long been observed in immigrant communities around the U.S.

Swingers: Autumn Golfing in San Diego

Swingers: Autumn Golfing in San Diego

SPORTS | By John Marshall | Sep 22
Summer sends vacationers flocking to the San Diego area, many of them bringing their golf clubs with them. Mild temperatures, great courses, superb conditions. What's not to love?

New York Wine Country: Sips and Scenery in the Finger Lakes

New York Wine Country: Sips and Scenery in the Finger Lakes

FOOD/DRINK | By Sally Carpenter Hale | Sep 21
Two million years ago, glaciers clawed 11 long, deep gashes into what is now central New York. The resulting Finger Lakes are among the deepest in the United States, creating a microclimate perfect for growing cool-weather wine grapes.

Water, Fire & Stone: Spain's Beguiling Island of Menorca

Water, Fire & Stone: Spain's Beguiling Island of Menorca

By Albert Stumm | Sep 20
Locals say Menorca can be reduced to three words: water, fire and stone. Here's a quick look at Menorca and its vibrant cities, Mahon and Ciutadella, at a time of year when you just might have them to yourself.

Audacious Autumn: Squirrel Cook-Off, Elktober & Purple Feet

Audacious Autumn: Squirrel Cook-Off, Elktober & Purple Feet

FOOD/DRINK | By Beth J. Harpaz | Sep 17
Consider adding one of these audacious autumnal experiences to your calendar: a squirrel cook off in Arkansas, ukulele festival in Florida, caterpillar races in North Carolina or the annual wife-carrying contest in Maine.

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