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Best Places to Travel: Where cookbook author Julia Turshen gets Jamaican food in upstate New York

Cookbook author Julia Turshen's recommendations are all about food, from the bed and breakfast owned by a pastry chef to a brewery with great nachos.

Native Hawaiians see a silver lining to destruction caused by recent volcanic eruptions

Native Hawaiians view this period as a time of cultural reflection. Here's what to know if you're visiting Hawaii during the volcanic eruptions.

How Bollywood turned Switzerland into a beloved destination for generations of Indian travelers

Bollywood movies have long featured Switzerland as a backdrop for romance.

The 26 best places to travel in 2018

Whether you travel for great food, craft brews, adventure or culture, these are the destinations that should be on your list.

A new report says traces of Monsanto pesticide found in many popular, oat-based breakfast foods

Even organic oat products are susceptible to pesticide contamination.

The Best Food Cities in America: Asheville, North Carolina

The Hudson River isn’t as gross as you think: What a huge oyster says about the quality of NYC water

A giant, 8-inch oyster discovered in the Hudson River reveals how efforts for cleaning up the water are working.

Best Places to Travel: Where Lauren Bush Lauren goes for jazz and history in Detroit

The philanthropist is inspired by the city's rich musical history and vibrant spirit.

Barbados Crop Over is a celebration of freedom, where festivalgoers honor their bodies and heritage

The Caribbean festivals are a judgment-free zone, where people of all shapes, sizes, races and ages wear as little or as much they want in the name of personal expression.

From tomato jam to okra fries, Asheville’s chefs are redefining Appalachian food with global flavors

In the North Carolina city of Asheville, you'll find outstanding Spanish, Indian and Mexican food made with regional ingredients.

Best Places to Travel: London

This week in food and travel: A new study finds eating crickets may be good for your gut

Crickets may soon become the next probiotic trend, and other restaurant, travel and food news from the week.

Counterfeit reusable straws are being sold on Amazon

The founder of FinalStraw — a collapsible stainless steel straw — is worried about the health risks associated with knockoffs of her product.

Why Grenada’s famous underwater sculpture park is much more than a tourist attraction

The world's first underwater sculpture park has a symbiotic relationship with the ocean and the creatures that live there.

When can you get money back from airlines? These are the only times compensation is guaranteed

Getting compensated from an airline is tough as it is, but here are the rare instances in which you are entitled to getting your money back.

Best Places to Travel: Where actress Busy Philipps gets pizza and margaritas in Scottsdale, Arizona

The actress considers the six-hour drive from Los Angeles to Scottsdale to be a short road trip.

Best Places to Travel: Where ‘Daily Show’ correspondent Ronny Chieng goes for brunch in Melbourne

The comedian loves Melbourne so much that he made a spreadsheet of top haunts for visiting stand-up comics.

Parisians might take credit for the macaron, but it actually has Middle Eastern roots

The history of the Parisian macaron shows influence from Persian pastries and Baghdad royals.

Vending-machine startup Bodega has rebranded itself — 10 months later — as Stockwell

A controversial Silicon Valley-based startup is making changes to rebrand itself — but will it work?

A new study finds eating crickets may be good for your gut — if you can stomach it

Insects have long been considered a sustainable food source, but they might also help improve your gut health.