Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | A Cleveland River Once Oozed and Burned. It’s Now a Hot Spot. Advertisement Supported by heads up The Cuyahoga River burst into flames for the last time in 1969. As tourism climbs, the city celebrates the river’s rebound 50 years later. ByErik Piepenburg June 7, 2019 A misconception still clings to Cleveland and it comes down to three words: river on fire. From 1868 to 1969, the polluted Cuyahoga River, which cleaves Cleveland into east and west, caught fire 13 times. In 1969, a photo in Time magazine dramatically showed a brave little fire department boat battling a wall of angry flames. It didn’t matter that the photo was of a 1952 fire on the river. The article shocked a nation, and Cleveland’s burning river became a national punch line and shorthand for Rust Belt … [Read more...] about A Cleveland River Once Oozed and Burned. It’s Now a Hot Spot.
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By Paul Johnson on Jan 25, 2019 in Accommodation, Attractions, Events, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Illinois, North America, Regions, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, USA Chicago welcomed over 57.6 million visitors in 2018, a growth of 4.3% over the previous year, resulting in a new tourism record. In 2019, Chicago will continue to wow visitors with its world-class theater, innovative culinary and mixology adventures, state-of-the-art hotels, premiere exhibits and more. This winter in Chicago, experience the Year of Chicago Theatre, toast to the nation’s craft beer capital, dine in the home of the James Beard Foundation Awards and experience one of the city’s many new hotels. Check out what’s new and happening in Winter/Spring 2019 below, and visit www.ChooseChicago.com for more information. Accommodation 21c Museum Hotel Chicago, set to open in Fall 2019, is a combination 297-room boutique hotel, multi-venue contemporary art museum and independently branded, … [Read more...] about What’s new and happening in Chicago
IF staying at a holiday park in Yorkshire, exploring the historic city of York is a must. Isango.com has a one-day York Pass that gives access to the City Sightseeing hop-on, hop-off bus tour and free entry to more than 28 attractions including the Jorvik Viking Centre, York Dungeon, York Gallery and York Minster cathedral. There are also discount vouchers for restaurants, shops and entertainment venues, from £40 per adult and £26 per child. See isango.com. Or try the National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield. Housed in one of Yorkshire’s first combined police, fire and ambulance stations, dating back to 1898, there are more than 50 vehicles to explore, from horse-drawn fire engines, to old ambulances and police cars, and you can even visit the old police cells. See emergencymuseum.org.uk. How to book holidays for £9.50All you need to do is collecting TEN Sun Savers codes or TEN tokens or codewords printed in The Sun. The next round starts in … [Read more...] about Yorkshire offers history and hikes plus Hols From £9.50 deals for British holidays
Canada has long been a nature lover’s oasis. The 10 provinces and three territories that make up America’s more chilled-out neighbour have become synonymous with wildlife-spotting, incredible scenery and great hiking routes. One of the provinces, New Brunswick, is located between Quebec and Nova Scotia and offers some of Canada’s best landscapes. Time permitting, it is worth spending a week travelling around Canada’s Atlantic provinces, starting with a foodie road trip of Nova Scotia , before relaxing on Prince Edward Island and discovering the beauty of nature in New Brunswick. Autumn is the best time to visit, as the snow is yet to fall and you’ll be able to witness a golden Canadian autumn in all its glory. Below is our guide for a three-night, two-day trip along the Bay of Fundy coast in New Brunswick. Day one The closest international airport to New Brunswick is Halifax in Nova Scotia. Budget Canadian airline, WestJet offer flights from London … [Read more...] about A 48-hour guide to Canada’s coastal New Brunswick
Rod Beard The Detroit News Published 4:20 PM EST Nov 13, 2018 Auburn Hills — When the NBA schedule was released, it might have been one of the first dates that made Pistons coach Dwane Casey pause. Nov. 14. At Toronto. One can always go home, but in Casey’s case, Toronto isn’t the typical homecoming. It’s more like a bitter divorce, where one spouse blames the other for everything and finds a new mate. And when the first ex-spouse returns for a visit, there’s a certain awkwardness. That’s what happened when Raptors president Masai Ujiri fired Casey in May. Welcome to Casey’s first game back in Toronto against his former team. “Nobody likes getting fired. If anybody expects you to like who fired you or be happy with that, that’s not realistic,” Casey told The Detroit News on Tuesday. “The fans are some of the best fans in all of sports, whether is soccer, baseball or basketball. “From that standpoint, … [Read more...] about Pistons’ Dwane Casey braces for ‘business trip’ in return to Toronto