Travel & Leisure

By Michael P Coleman Pink's Hot Dogs has been at the corner of La Brea and Melrose in Los Angeles for 76 years, having opened with…
Sometimes it seems like there’s little else to do on Halloween other than dress up and maybe hit a party or two. Throw in a haunted…
October is here and with it, plenty of pumpkin specials at restaurants and bars across the country. Foodies who love fall can indulge in the season's…
 It’s not just hype. After 100 years of hopes and plans, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture finally opened on the National Mall…
Menus across the country are transitioning seasonal offerings with more apple, pear, squash and pumpkin on the way. We're easing into fall with the first apple…
You’ve probably been there: waiting at the baggage claim carousel, while other folks from your flight grab their bags, the claim area empties, the conveyor stops,…
Labor Day is just around the corner, meaning the end of summer isn’t far behind. Wind down the season with one last celebratory cookout. Each element…
In 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant that protected the Yosemite Valley in California’s Sierra Nevada from development; 26 years later, Yosemite National Park was established…
Cruise giant Carnival has announced plans for a voyage from the Los Angeles area to Alaska and back — a first for the line. Carnival will offer…
Cancun is geared toward tourism, and skews pricey. But whatever the reason for choosing Cancun – whether it’s a yen for the beach, to attend a…