Japan is a wonderful country to visit, but limiting what attractions to see over the course of a week can be a bit challenging. Here are a few suggestions for starters, but by no means a comprehensive guide.
The San Antonio missions recently named as UNESCO World Heritage Sites are some of the most important examples of colonial Spanish architecture in the United States.
The Classic City is best known as the home of the University of Georgia, but it is also some to some great railfanning.
ATLANTA — Claude Sitton, a famed journalist who covered the South for the New York Times during the turbulent 1960s, has died, according to reports. He was 89. Sitton, a Rockdale County, Ga., native joined The New York Times in 1958 as the newspaper’s Southern correspondent. In that role, he established himself as one of the […]
BATH, England — The difference between Bath and London is palpable from the first steps out of the Bath Spa Railway station. An absolutely charming city, Bath is located roughly 100 miles west of London, making it the perfect destination for a day trip. A tourist destination since the city’s founding during Roman times, Bath […]
PARIS — The face is instantly recognizable: The woman, probably in her 20s or 30s, looks toward the viewer with an almost emotionless expression. Is she smirking? Who is she? Why is she looking directly at the viewer? Questions abound, yet the Mona Lisa — or La Gioconda, as the painting is known in Italian […]
England is one of the great destinations for travelers. The country is home to some of the greatest tourist attractions, including stunning churches, prehistoric monuments and iconic structures instantly recognizable worldwide.
Berry College will kick off its 2014 season on the road against Maryville College on Sept. 6.
With a 41-14 victory over Stetson on Saturday, Mercer picked up its tenth win of the season and broke the NCAA’s all-time record for victories by a start-up program.
In many ways, Berry’s inaugural football season ended much the same way it began. An exuberant crowd of 3,161 turned out to historic Barron Stadium to cheer on the school’s first team to take to the field. Just like that inaugural contest on September 7, Berry fell short, but walked away knowing they have set a foundation for the future.