Courageous heroines and deceptive femmes fatales abound in the Old and New Testaments. From Judith to Esther, Salome to Mary Magdalene, Delilah to Lot’s Daughters and Potiphar’s wife, these women — perceived as dangerous to society — shaped biblical history. The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU presents the world premiere of Dangerous Women, the timely new exhibition, Read More

Baltimore is the heart of African American culture and heritage, with a wealth of organizations honoring our unique cultural legacy year-round and especially this February for Black History Month. Walk in the footsteps of some of history’s most influential African Americans who called Baltimore home, such as Billie Holiday, Frederick Douglass and Eubie Blake. Bring the, Read More

TORONTO – February 2, 2018 – Reading week is fast approaching for university and college students, and many are wondering how to make the most of their week off. Projects Abroad offers international volunteering opportunities for these students during their breaks in February and March, to travel to a different country and conduct service work that will uplift, Read More

DETROIT (Feb. 1, 2018) – CruiseCompete has released its CruiseTrends™ report for the month of February 2018. This report is sponsored by © EyeforTravel Ltd. The CruiseTrends™ report for February 2018 is detailed below. To see more topics and data, please visit CruiseCompete’s pressroom or click here to see the entire February 2018 report. Most Popular Cruise Lines (Based on the total number of quote requests for each cruise, Read More

One topic is going to be a central theme for 2018: Culinary Germany. We are focusing on different cuisines that reflect various regions with their culinary specialties. Since a large part of the agricultural land in Germany is now cultivated organically, many restaurateurs offer regional, seasonal, vegetarian and vegan products. Germany´s elegant white wines, Read More

PHILADELPHIA, February 1, 2018 – When it comes to visiting Philadelphia, some of the best things to see and do are free, or close to it. For families and budget-conscious travelers eager to explore the region, that’s great news. Check out the city’s many low-cost or no-cost attractions, including historic Independence Hall,student recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music and, Read More

Auckland’s iconic harbour bridge has been brought to life in a world-first battery and peer-to-peer powered light show. The six-minute specially-composed light show sequence wowed crowds in New Zealand’s largest city watching and listening from different vantage points throughout the city on January 27, 2018. The bridge, which connects central Auckland and the suburbs of, Read More

Annual Island Events like these two have cemented Mackinac Island’s reputation as a relaxing, romantic, delightful place to get away to! Mackinac Island Lilac Festival June 8 – 17, 2018 The Mackinac Island Lilac Festival is a 10-day celebration, June 8 through 17, 2018. It’s the first and largest summer event on the Island,, Read More

San Francisco (Feb. 1, 2018)— As of March 1, the newly expanded and transformed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will join the CityPASS® program. The 2018 San Francisco CityPASS program, which officially kicks off on the same day, saves travelers 45 percent off combined admission to San Francisco’s top attractions and includes a, Read More

NEW YORK:A local Manhattan pub will be holding a Rocky Balboa look-alike contest in honor of the Philadelphia Eagles playing in the Super Bowl. The event will take place on Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 12 p.m. at Jack Demsey’s Pub, 36 West 33rd Street in Manhattan. There will be free Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches for all contestants., Read More