Couples have gotten married in all kinds of wacky venues -- restaurants, racetracks, even a shark tank. So why not throw a grocery store into the mix?
Hoping to fly to Cuba? It's complicated.
Someone said "gun!" while we were shooting a scene in a crowded cafe in Minas Gerais, Brazil, and the next thing I knew my director, Mo Fallon, had dropped his camera, dragged me to the floor and covered me with ...
Let's admit it. Hanging Christmas tree lights is annoying.
Black Friday sales are still going on, but Amazon has unveiled some of its deals for Cyber Monday.
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If anyone knows how to make a hotel stay exquisitely perfect, it's the people who make it their life's work.
As you're poring over the holiday ads from major retailers to make your wish list, environmental activists want you to consider more than price when you shop.
Planning a European holiday? Get ready for some extra paperwork. And a new fee.
Vitamin C showers, circadian mood lighting and aromatherapy. These sound like holistic amenities you'd find in a lush spa -- not your hotel room.
Yes, "sharenting" is a thing, and many parents do it. It occurs when parents share details about their children's lives online, and there are some benefits to "sharenting." Some say they discuss parenting on social media to feel less alone ...
Here's a look at five generations of Americans in the 20th century: the "Greatest Generation" (or GI Generation), the "Silent Generation," baby boomers, Generation X and millennials. In order to examine economic trends and social changes over time, demographers compare ...
Excitement filled the air along with countless expressions of content and delight as authors, book lovers, book clubs and artists came together to network on Baltimore’s historical campus of Morgan State University.
We've been debunking this hoax for SEVEN YEARS now, and yet, here we are doing it again. No, Facebook hasn't changed its privacy settings. No, what you post doesn't belong to Facebook now.
Like to party on a Carnival cruise, vacation on an entertainment-packed Disney cruise or take a romantic trip on a Princess ship?