Forget a beach vacation this winter. Instead, plan a trip to one of the following three places.
I’m in an old mining town located where Colorado’s plains meet the mountains. As the iconic arch that spans Washington Avenue — the main street in all but name — proclaims, this is also “where the West lives.”
The westward expansion that Lewis and Clark ignited would put Fort Benton on the map. The trappers, traders and pioneers who followed over the ensuing decades made it the birthplace of Montana.
As summer ends and fall begins, this column looks at three destinations to visit.
This historic city in the northeast of England seems overshadowed by Canterbury and York with their archiepiscopal sees or Edinburgh farther to the north in Scotland.
Planned Parenthood is offering free vasectomies to uninsured or underinsured men in a mobile trailer one provider calls “The Nutcracker” following reports that more men have sought the procedure after Roe v. Wade’s reversal.
This college town about 43 miles from the Swedish capital of Stockholm is more than just a day trip destination. My visit to Uppsala came earlier this month before 50,000 students returned for classes at the 546-year-old Uppsala University, the oldest university in Scandinavia.
Like other places previously featured in this column, Sault Ste. Marie is off-the-beaten-path.