High school boys' tennis: City playoff results and updated pairings
BOYS' TENNIS CITY OPEN DIVISION Championship, Tuesday, 11 a.m. at Balboa Sports Center 1 Palisades vs. 2 Granada Hills DIVISION I Quarterfinals, Wednesday Granada Hills Kennedy...
5 hours ago - LA Times
A 9th-grader threatened to shoot a classmate, police say. Now his dad faces gun charges
A Pacoima man was charged with illegally storing a gun after his teenage son threatened to shoot one of his classmates at school, the Los Angeles city attorney's office...
5 hours ago - LA Times
Colombia vs. Peru: Which South American Country Should You Choose?
Cartagena, Colombia Finding it hard to choose between Colombia and Peru for your South American adventure? We're not surprised, as both countries lure travelers with their...
6 hours ago - Oyster
At least 34 mummies found in hidden Egyptian tomb
Archaeologists from Egypt and Italy have discovered at least 34 mummies in the southern Egyptian city of Aswan. The remains date back to the late Pharaonic and Greco-Roman...
7 hours ago - CNN
Kimpton Plans New Property in North Carolina
Kimpton announced a new hotel slated for Asheville, North Carolina. The property, set to open later in the year, takes over the former BB&T Bank building, the tallest structure...
10 hours ago - Global Traveler
Fall cruise in the Aegean Sea visits iconic islands, cities and locales
Explore the famed beaches, food and weather of the Aegean Sea on a week-long fall cruise. The voyages, developed by Celestyal Cruises , include an overnight stay in Istanbul...
13 hours ago - LA Times
36 Hours in Kobe, Japan
There's more to this sunny port city than beef. Jazz, for one thing; an urban waterfall, for another.
14 hours ago - NY Times
What $600,000 buys right now in three Riverside County cities
Here's a look at what roughly $600,000 buys right now in Riverside County cities of Corona, Jurupa Valley and Lake Elsinore. CORONA: Bright, neutral-toned interiors fill this...
14 hours ago - LA Times
Just how hard is it to fight a parking ticket in L.A.? Here's one Angeleno's story
This is a Los Angeles story, which is one way of saying that it's about parking. Or to be more specific, a parking ticket. For nearly two years, Hollywood resident Lisa...
15 hours ago - LA Times - 2 articles
How different are foul-mouthed public meeting speakers from Trump?
To the editor: It isn't any wonder that the incidence of profanity and brutish disregard for other people attending L.A. City Council and County Board of Supervisors meetings...
16 hours ago - LA Times
The headlines of Very International People
Four Seasons unveils its brand new private jet
The hospitality firm has announced that it is fully customising a new Airbus A321LR aircraft that will take wealthy travellers on round-the-world tours from early 2021.
Chef Dave Pynt of Burnt Ends to open a restaurant in the Maldives
The number of Singapore restaurants opening overseas offshoots seems to only be increasing as chef Dave Pynt, the man behind award-winning restaurant Burnt Ends joins hands...
A Fresh Approach
Spring is the season for renewal, so it's a fitting time to be launching a new look for the digital presence of SportsTravel. If you haven't been to SportsTravelMagazine.com in...
Ultimately I Get It
Ok, I admit it. I am a little late to the game. Writing about my first in-person UFC experience, at UFC 235 in March, is a little bit like writing about an NFL expansion...
Canada announces ban on industrial activities in marine protected areas
A trio of long-finned pilot whales is seen swimming off the coast of Nova Scotia in this drone photo taken by a researcher studying decision-making in whales. ( Canada...
Explore: A Canadian Geographic Podcast - Episode 3: Roberta Bondar
Dr. Roberta Bondar remembers the moment she became the first Canadian female astronaut to go to space on board the space shuttle Discovery in 1992. “It certainly wasn't a very...
Hotel Diplomacy: Navigating Northern Ireland's Belfast Past
The landmark, four-star Hastings Europa Hotel holds an important place in both Belfast's past and present.
Barack Obama on why travel matters
The former US president on his most memorable travel experience and much more
A weird symbol of American optimism
It's a much derided and yet equally beloved icon of kitsch Americana
The ancient silk town in Jiangsu is bursting out with new vigor
Waterproof and breathable clothes, shiny running shoes, Qipao that can change color according to temperature... These things, which look like they're only available in a...