Last weekend on a flight from Fort Lauderdale International Airport to Chicago, a man felt queasy and fainted. As paramedics met him at the gate in the Windy City, the rumors spread through the plane: the man had Ebola. He had just come from Liberia. He was contagious. Of course no one actually knew ... More >>
Around and around we go; today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret, there's still plenty of events to keep you busy through your working days. Whether you're looking to get down on ... More >>
Long before Lindsay Lohan, Drew Barrymore, and Macaulay Culkin, there was Shirley Temple. The child star started her film career during the Great Depression. Often portraying a plucky orphan who remains cheerful in dire circumstances, the pint-sized talent sang her way into the hearts of the world. ... More >>
Travel ChannelGirls, girls..there's no reason to lose your heads over Anthony Bourdain. He's married.No Reservations has had Anthony Bourdain travel to some interesting places like Cuba, Ghana, Liberia and Cambodia. Imagine our surprise when last evening Tony was seen driving a vintage Thunderbir ... More >>
While we spent the week cubicle-dwelling and and driving up and down I-95, some young people from Fort Lauderdale's Honey Project were meeting with the president -- of Ghana. The Honey Project is an international program that teaches entrepreneurial skills. Honey farmers in Ghana sell their product ... More >>
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