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June 2012

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An Insider's Scoop on Disney California Adventure

Two days before the grand re-opening of the Disney California Adventure theme park, across the plaza from Disneyland, I got a sneak peek at its latest features: Buena Vista Street, Carthay Circle, and the long-awaited Cars Land, inspired by the Pixar movies. I also talked to Imagineers and Disney execs involved in the makeover. Their mantra during the redesign: Storytelling. read more »

Don't miss Georgia Aquarium on your next trip to Atlanta

Not only is Georgia Aquarium a world record holder in terms of size, it's the only aquarium in the U.S. where you'll have the chance to see whale sharks and manta rays, as well as an amazing broadway-style dolphin show, complete with an original score. But this top attraction isn't purely about entertainment; numerous conservation and education efforts at the aquarium support its ultimate goal of conserving aquatic animals all over the world. Here are some reasons why you'll definitely want to include Georgia Aquarium the next time you visit Atlanta. read more »

Seattle Showcases Summer Festivals

Seattle may be synonymous with coffee, but at the Seattle International Beerfest, the world’s craft beer brewers will put their idea of alchemy on display. If you’re one who believes the golden liquid really is the elixir of life — or you just enjoy a chilly quaff — you won’t want to miss this hoppy event. read more »

For art in the park, visit New York Botanical Garden

I’ve always considered The New York Botanical Garden my garden. As a kid growing up in an apartment in the Bronx just a few blocks away, the park was like a big back yard for me. I played house under the cherry trees and games of hide and seek behind the big rocks. I remember days counting the fish in the ponds outside the Conservatory, and summer nights stretched out on a blanket on Daffodil Hill at free concerts with my parents. Even now, all grown up and living 12 miles north in a house with a yard and daffodils of my own, I still go to The New York Botanical Garden every chance I get. And if you’re in the Big Apple this spring, summer, or fall, it’s a great time for you to visit too. Because this is the year that The New York Botanical Garden is transformed into Monet’s Garden. read more »

Exploring San Francisco's Japantown


Everyone knows San Francisco’s bustling, busy Chinatown, the largest outside of Asia.

But Japantown? "People just come here to eat,” says Dawn Shalhoup, who represents Japantown and took us on a walking tour. "They don’t realize how much there is to do!”

 

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