Stephanie Stoesz

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10 Totally Unexpected Ways to Cook with Pumpkin

Put down the pie and pick up the waffles: This nutritional powerhouse and quintessential fall and winter ingredient can be a star at breakfast, …

The city that turned Germans into 'Huns' marks 100 years since it was set ablaze

Louvain, the Belgian city where First World War atrocities gave Britain a propaganda gift, will mark centenary with music<p>It was the city that confirmed what British propagandists wanted the world to believe: that the German army that had invaded Belgium in August 1914 was a barbaric fighting …

First world war centenary commemorations – in pictures

Historical society members, city officials and the public gather for the commemorations in Mons. Today is the 100th anniversary of the first time British forces clashed with the German 1st army

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10 Reasons to Spend August in Phoenix

Ever wonder what 114 degrees feels like? Phoenicians can tell you -- in fact, they just felt it the other day. Yep, August in the Valley of the Sun is, well, sunny. At a certain point, all the dryness in the world can't distract from this kind of heat.<p>Here's the thing, though. Summer in Arizona can …

WW1 women at work: In pictures

America's best North-South roads

Go west, young man! This historic cliché still resonates when it comes to road trips. But whether it's bombing to the Bay Area along the often dull-as-dirt I-80 or trying to find traces of iconic Route 66 amid a tangle of bland Interstates, the old paradigm of thinking horizontal when planning a …

Hiking

Ghost town hunting in the American West

Nothing guarantees a Wild West adventure like exploring ghost towns, from abandoned mines where lucky prospectors once struck it rich to dusty frontier outposts where gun-toting outlaws once ran amok. Get ready to hit the (usually dirt) road out to these iconic ghost towns, most within spitting …

National Parks

California's best coastal walks

From its wild and rocky coast in the north to the south coast’s vast, sandy shores, the California coastline lures many to walk along the edge of the continent to gaze at the ocean. Sweeping coastal views are blocked in many cities, but wide-open hiking spaces abound nearby where anyone willing to …

Hiking

San Francisco Highlights: Halfway to the Stars

<i>For 16 consecutive years, Conde Nast Traveler has voted the City by the Bay as the one of the best cities in the U.S.</i><p>Its golden sun seemed to be shining just for me as I landed at San Francisco's International Airport. I was eagerly awaiting my visit but I had only a few days to explore and …

10 All-American Summer Road Trips

Drive, We Said<p>There's nothing more American than hitting the open road with the windows down, the music up, and a cooler full of beer in the backseat (you know, for later). Sure, the game has changed a little—smartphones have all but rendered guidebooks and crumpled maps obsolete—but one essential …

You're invited to an Otherworldly Dinner Party

<i>T</i>his seemingly infinite white table emerging from the ocean waves stopped me in my internet-scouring tracks today. I had to know. Is this real? And …

Let's Sneak into California's most Beautiful Art Deco Cinemas

<i>T</i>he credits have rolled on the last late-night screening, the box office curtain is closed, the ushers have done their rounds and popcorn machines …

Pacific Coast

See photos of the U.S. Pacific Coast (including California, Oregon, and Washington) in this photo gallery from National Geographic.