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Shakespeare at 450: 5 Unique Spots to See The Bard's Works

by Graham Shelby. Posted Apr 23rd 2014 11:32 AM
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Today, William Shakespeare lovers celebrate the 450th anniversary of the immortal's Bard's birth. We thought we'd join in by showcasing some out-of-the-ordinary ways to experience the work of the man who wrote, "All the world's a stage."
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DoubleTree Flagstaff, Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe, Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem: 3 Hotel Openings

by Zach Everson. Posted Apr 21st 2014 01:35 PM
DoubleTree, Hilton, Waldorf Astoria

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff, the Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe and the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem highlight the world's recent hotel openings.
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50 Places to Drink Local Brews in 50 States

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Apr 7th 2014 04:44 PM
Vine Street Pub
Vine Street Pub
A belated happy National Beer Day to you! While not an official holiday (yet), April 7 commemorates the day in 1933 when low-alcohol beer became legal as Prohibition was slowly repealed, according to the Los Angeles Times.

While National Beer Day 2104 has passed, we recognize the eternal importance of being able to enjoy beer in a manner more dignified than reaching into your fridge and cracking open a Keystone Light tall boy (not judging -- we've all been there). So Aol Travel and our colleagues at MapQuest compiled this list of a special spots to drink a great local beer in each state (and Washington, DC because we have offices in the area and insight into where to drink nearby).
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Phoenix Spring Break Crawl: Baseball Spring Training and Beyond

by Elise Riley. Posted Feb 28th 2014 08:00 PM
Spring Training baseball fans in Phoenix
Spring Training in Phoenix draws thousands of baseball fans each year. Photo: Greater Phoenix CVB
Spring isn't a season of rebirth in Phoenix -- it's the continuation of the party. Take in spring training games, head to a spa or golf the day away.
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Points of Interest: Cell Phone Map Use Legal for California Drivers, American Ends Bereavement Fares

by Zach Everson. Posted Feb 28th 2014 10:58 AM
Hispanic woman driving and using cell phone
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California drivers can now use phone maps, American Airlines ending bereavement fares and the tourism industry's lobbying against Arizona's anti-gay bill are among today's points of interest.
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