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The Saga of S.A.G.A.

By Ken Knox | Feb 11
California may be called the "Sunshine State," but that doesn't mean its residents can't take advantage of opportunities to enjoy the bounty of recreational activities held during winter.

Get Crafty: Making Woodblock Prints in Tokyo

By Linda Lombardi | Feb 10
Writer Linda Lombardi heads to Tokyo to practice ukiyo-e print making.

LGBT Surf Camp Returns to Brazil

Feb 10
Lesbian-owned Brazil Ecojourneys and GaySurfers want to bring the joy of pride back to the beach as they once again host South America's only LGBT surf camp in Santa Catarina, South Brazil.

A Cold Fat Tuesday in New Orleans

By Rebecca Santana | Feb 9
Thousands of people bundled up against the cold winds in New Orleans on Tuesday, screaming for beads from passing floats and dancing to marching bands as the city marked the culmination of the famous Mardi Gras celebration.

Lonely Planet Names Philadelphia as Top U.S. Destination for 2016

By Kristen de Groot | Feb 9
Lonely Planet gave some love to The City of Brotherly Love on Tuesday, ranking Philadelphia the No. 1 place to visit in the United States in 2016.

US Senator Calls for Investigation of Cruise Ship in Storm

By Freida Frisaro | Feb 9
Federal transportation officials might soon be looking into a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that ran into high winds and rough seas in the Atlantic Ocean over the weekend.

Telluride Gay Ski Week: February 20-27

Feb 9
In its inaugural year as a locally-produced event, the new organizers of Telluride Gay Ski Week are taking it up a notch. This year's event is action packed with special guests including Olympian Gus Ken and Sandra Bernhard.

Political Tourists Flock to New Hampshire

By Kathleen Ronayne | Feb 8
Many voters have flocked to New Hampshire as political tourists in the week leading up to the state's Feb. 9 presidential primary.

Tattoos, Martial Arts and Poker? Casinos Woo Millennials

Feb 8
Casinos worried that millennials aren't getting into traditional gambling like their parents and grandparents are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and other offbeat attractions to attract a younger clientele.

For Brazil's Carnival Fans, Even Zika Can't Stop the Party

By Jenny Barchfield | Feb 7
Despite warnings to cover up and slather on repellent, many insist the show will go on as it always has, in just a sprinkling of sequins and a few puffs of feather.

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