Jennifer Kuhleman

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The 25 Best Towns of 2017

To put together our list of the best towns ever, we scoured more than three decades of coverage and created a Special Advisory Council to nominate places that are great for kids, have drool-worthy food and drink scenes, are welcoming to people of any background, and have all the bike lanes and …

Valdes Island Shack

This off-grid escape sits on a small, remote British Columbia island and overlooks the Salish Sea. Rainwater barrels provide water for outdoor bathing, solar powers the cabin, and a woodstove keeps everything warm and cozy.<p>Filed To: British Columbia

Ancient Egyptian Goddesses

Isis (left), Nephthys (center), Isis (right). Temple of Isis from Philae<p>The point of this post is to facilitate identification of goddesses in …

Wanted: More teachers to fill growing classroom shortages

Kayla SanMartin comes from a family of teachers and imagined she would choose the same career. But in college, she came very close to dropping out of …

Ever sat on a beach and wondered what's across the ocean? It may not be what you think.

Have you ever sat on a beach on wondered what's across the ocean?<p>If you think you can answer this question just by looking at a map, read on. You may be surprised.<p>To ask the question more concretely<i>, what's across the ocean from New York?</i> It doesn't really matter what beach in New York you choose, …

Top hiking destinations in the U.S. and around the world

Colorado<p>Southwest Colorado - The San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado around the towns of Ouray, Telluride, Silverton and Lake City is one of …

Bend, Oregon city guide: what to see and do, plus the best bars, restaurants and hotels

Oregon,Food and drink,Hotels,Restaurants,Bars and clubs,Adventure travel,United States holidays,North and Central America holidays,Extreme sports holidays,Travel,Food & drink<p>With more sunshine than Portland or Eugene, nature on the doorstep and great craft beer and coffee, Bend may just be the …

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From towering snow-capped peaks to the sapphire lake mirroring them, Banff awes and astonishes. Sitting high and pretty in the Canadian Rockies, Banff was Canada’s very first national park, and its wild beauty sings a siren’s song that lures millions of visitors every year. Yes, there are hotels …

National Parks

Readers’ Poll: The 10 Best Cure Songs

10<p>“Boys Don’t Cry”<p>Robert Smith was just 18 years old when the Cure recorded their debut album, <i>Three Imaginary Boys.</i> "The pop songs like 'Boys Don't …

10 Pantry Staples You Should Always Have On Hand

I get asked all the time, “What’s in your pantry?” I decided to put together a list of some of the products you can pretty much always find in my …

Healthy Eating

13 cities you can't pronounce (but should definitely visit)

As of tomorrow British travellers can add a new destination to the ever-growing list of intriguing places to visit in eastern Europe – with names that can only be pronounced after you’ve had at least five vodkas.<p>This one is Olsztyn – pronounced "Ol-sh-tin" since you ask – a modest-sized city on the …

Scientists discover age-old trading route from Mesopotamia to the far north

Spectacular green glass rods dug up in the ancient Egyptian city of Akhetaten and glass beads found in graves in Scandinavia, northern Germany and …

9 Books That Let You Travel Abroad (Without Leaving Home)

Originally published on Kirkus. For more from Kirkus, click here.<p>PHOTO GALLERY<p>9 Books That Let You Travel Abroad (Without Leaving Home)<p>Follow Kirkus on Twitter: www.twitter.com/KirkusReviews

Where the World’s Slaves Live

A new report estimates nearly 46 million people live in contemporary slavery, more than half of them in five countries.<p>This year, researchers surveyed residents of 15 states in India and asked them what it is like to live in conditions of contemporary slavery—the term used to describe human …

Bombing Hiroshima changed the world, but it didn't end WWII

President Obama's visit to Hiroshima on Friday has rekindled public debate about the U.S. atomic bombings of Japan — one largely suppressed since the Smithsonian canceled its Enola Gay exhibit in 1995. Obama, aware that his critics are ready to pounce if he casts the slightest doubt on the …

This Spoken Word Piece By A Harvard Education Grad Looks At Injustice In The Education System

Meet Donovan Livingston, a member of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. He just earned his master’s degree from the hallowed Boston institution and, according to Twitter, he intends to add a doctorate in Education Leadership and Cultural Foundations from the University of North …

Who are the Vikings?

An introduction to the Norsemen.<p><i>Click the hotspots above to learn about the common myths of the Vikings’ appearance</i><p>‘Viking’ is a catch-all term for …

Archaeology

The 10 Most Deserted National Parks in America

There's more attention than ever to national parks, and travelers everywhere are reserving campsites and plotting adventurous itineraries to these …

The new book 'The Other Slavery' will make you rethink American history

It is not often that a single work of history can change the course of an entire field and upset the received notions and received knowledge of the generations but that is exactly what "The Other Slavery" does. Andrés Reséndez boldly argues that slavery, not necessarily disease and misfortune, was …

The Maoism of Donald Trump

In February, 1957, eight years after the founding of Communist China and nine years prior to the Cultural Revolution, Chairman Mao Zedong made a speech at the eleventh meeting of the Supreme State Conference, entitled “On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People,” that defined his …

Here’s How to Pay a Single Lease and Live Around the World

The idea of living nowhere and everywhere at the same time is a lofty notion. However, if you happen to work for yourself in a market where traversing the globe is necessary, or if you have a job that requires you to move about from continent to continent, mainly on a moment’s notice, then you …

How the Philippines saved 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust

<b>(CNN) —</b> Even at the age of 7, Lotte Hershfield knew her world was crumbling.<p>She avoided the benches with the sign: No dogs or Jews allowed. She couldn't attend public schools. And the Nazis and their growling German shepherds raided her family's house, throwing their books into a fire.<p>As a child, …

As more Latino kids speak only English, parents worry about chatting with grandma

Like many first-generation Mexican immigrants, Juan Rivera grew up in a home where the family communicated exclusively in Spanish.<p>So when he had his own children, it was important that his home be bilingual. He plastered the family's Paramount home with sticky notes inscribed with words in Spanish …

Los Angeles

The Soviet Union Is Falling Apart Again

Armenia and Azerbaijan have announced a truce after three days of fierce fighting in the secessionist region of Nagorno-Karabakh, but the flare-up is …

Genetic research shows how thousands of years of Native American lineage collapsed when the Europeans arrived

Geneticists have traced the travels of Native Americans for tens of thousands of years by sequencing the genes of ancient skeletons and mummies. They reveal a story that begins in Siberia around 23,000 years ago, and is cut dramatically short when Europeans arrived at the end of the 15th …

10 Facts About Olympic National Park

Located on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state, Olympic National Park features one of the most unique collections of landscapes in a U.S. …

Looters, Tourism, and Racism: Controversy Surrounds 'Discovery' of Lost City in Honduras | VICE News

Dario Euraque sounded fed up as he explained how the academic community is no stranger to the archaeological gems hidden in La Mosquitia, a rainforest region in the easternmost part of Honduras.<p>"A lot of the archaeological sites there have already been identified in the past, but they were kept a …

In Many Ways, Author Says, Spanish Civil War Was 'The First Battle Of WWII'

Nearly 80 years ago, about 2,800 Americans volunteered to fight in the Spanish Civil War. The war began in July 1936, when Gen. Francisco Franco led a fascist military coup against the the country's newly elected democratic government. It lasted until Franco's victory in 1939.<p>Journalist Adam …