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IGLTA Foundation and Airbnb Release LGBTQ Travel Survey Results
From Sunrise to Sunset in Spokane, Washington
4 New Chicago Rooftops to Drink and Dine

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From Sunrise to Sunset in Spokane, Washington

IGLTA Foundation and Airbnb Release LGBTQ Travel Survey Results

From zip-lining and white water rafting to a robust LGBTQ scene, Spokane, Washington, is making its mark as a quaint West Coast getaway for queer travelers.

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From Sunrise to Sunset in Spokane, Washington

From Sunrise to Sunset in Spokane, Washington

Jun 26
From zip-lining and white water rafting to a robust LGBTQ scene, Spokane, Washington, is making its mark as a quaint West Coast getaway for queer travelers.

Rome Doctors Warn of Health Hazards from City's Garbage Woes

Rome Doctors Warn of Health Hazards from City's Garbage Woes

By Giada Zampano | Jun 26
Doctors in Rome are warning of possible health hazards caused by overflowing trash bins in the city's streets, as the Italian capital struggles with a renewed garbage emergency aggravated by the summer heat.

34 Ways to Celebrate NYC Pride, WorldPride and Stonewall50

34 Ways to Celebrate NYC Pride, WorldPride and Stonewall50

By Kelsy Chauvin | Jun 25
Overwhelmed by all of the offerings for NYC Pride, WorldPride and Stonewall50? We've got you covered with the ultimate list of what not to miss.

4 New Chicago Rooftops to Drink and Dine

4 New Chicago Rooftops to Drink and Dine

Jun 25
This summer, Chicago takes rooftop dining to new heights with a slew of contemporary concepts that reflect Chicago's culinary talent and distinct neighborhoods including the Fulton Market District, Navy Pier, The Loop and Old Town.

Alaska's Largest Airport May Add Hotel to Anchorage Site

Alaska's Largest Airport May Add Hotel to Anchorage Site

Jun 25
Alaska's largest airport is considering the addition of a hotel to the facility, officials said.

Abandoned Tents, Human Waste Piling Up on Mount Everest

Abandoned Tents, Human Waste Piling Up on Mount Everest

By Binaj Gurubacharya | Jun 24
The record number of climbers crowding the world's highest mountain this season has left a government cleanup crew grappling with how to clear away everything from abandoned tents to human waste that threatens drinking water.

Intense Heat Wave Hits Paris and Shimmers Across Europe

Intense Heat Wave Hits Paris and Shimmers Across Europe

By Sylvie Corbet | Jun 24
Authorities around the French capital have issued an orange alert for intense heat — the second-highest level on its scale — as very hot temperatures are expected across continental Europe this week.

Iconic New Orleans Eatery Closing in July

Iconic New Orleans Eatery Closing in July

Jun 24
A New Orleans po-boy shop featured in "The Simpsons" and a video by Drake is serving up its last sandwiches this summer.

Skydiving Plane that Crashed in Hawaii had 2016 Scare

Skydiving Plane that Crashed in Hawaii had 2016 Scare

By Audrey McAvoy and Andrew Selsky | Jun 23
Casey Williamson's love of adventure led him to winter snowboarding in Vail, Colorado, and summer skydiving in Moab, Utah. A year-and-a-half ago, he found his way to Hawaii, where he could skydive year-round.

Hawaiian Airlines Celebrates 'Ha'aheo' Through Inclusivity and Innovation

Hawaiian Airlines Celebrates 'Ha'aheo' Through Inclusivity and Innovation

By Jill Gleeson | Jun 22
Hawaiian Airlines has grown to serve more than 10 million passengers annually, making it the largest and longest-serving carrier based in the 50th state. And Hawaiian shows no signs of slowing down — or altering its commitment to excellence.

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