Perhaps more than ever, women are willing to ditch their traveling companions and go solo when it comes time to hit the road and see the world.
On Sunday, Ventura Harbor Village kicks off the first of three Sundays featuring "Wine, Dine & Jazz." From noon to 3 p.m. on Nov. 9, 16, and 23, the fishing marina just north of L.A. will feature live jazz musicians and wine-tasting throughout the Village of 35 shops, galleries and restaurants.
After 13 years of leading the world’s most popular female surf retreat in Bali, Surf Goddess Retreats is putting on winter gear and heading to the northern alpine slopes of Hakuba, Japan, where Snow Goddess Retreat will open in January 2015.
United States warplanes and drones pummeled Islamic State militants near Arbil in a fresh wave of airstrikes on Sunday, destroying armed trucks and a mortar position, the US military confirmed.
In a report issued by the National Park Service (NPS), the Santa Monica National Recreation Area brings 633,000 visitors a year who spent $26 million in 2013 and provided 332 local jobs.
Alarm soared in west Africa on Sunday over the deadliest ever Ebola virus outbreak, with an American doctor contracting the disease in Liberia and the death of the first victim from Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown.
Ukraine on Saturday accused Russia of helping insurgents destroy evidence at the crash site of a Malaysian jet whose downing in the rebel-held east has drawn global condemnation of the Kremlin.
Sunshine Mission trips are ideal for for experienced travelers and first-timers to learn about JNF’s involvement in oil, gas and water issues and the potential of the Leviathan Gas Field to change the political reality of Israel’s relationship with Turkey and Egypt.
US-bound travellers from Europe and the Middle East faced tighter airport security Thursday over fears that Al-Qaeda-linked militants are developing new explosives that could be slipped onto planes undetected.
Angelenos looking to head out of town this weekend should prepare for more traffic as 2.88 million Southern Californians are expected to travel for the Fourth of July, according to a forecast released today by the Automobile Club of Southern California.