Best Sites to See on Boston's History Trails

By Shakeema Edwards

Posted on 02/01/2017, 8:00 PM

Boston is brimming with national historic sites and a great way to see many of them is to walk The Freedom Trail and the Black Heritage Trail. But taking in so much history can be time-consuming, so here are the best of both trails....

30-Person Gaming Theater Opens in NJ Mall

By Shakeema Edwards

Posted on 12/08/2016, 6:00 PM

ESC Games has developed a new avenue of group entertainment. The New York City-based company has opened a multiplayer video game theater in New Jersey's largest shopping mall, the Westfield Garden State Plaza. The ESC Game Theater allows up to 30 people to compete against each other—individually or in teams—using handheld touchscreen controllers and a movie theater-size screen. A live hos...

Britain's 'Ghost Stations' Offer Quiet Alternatives to Bustling London Stops

By Shakeema Edwards

Posted on 12/08/2016, 5:45 PM

If you go sightseeing in Central London, at some point you'll almost certainly pass through the Waterloo or Victoria rail station—those are the closest stops to attractions like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and the London Eye. It's no surprise, then, that Waterloo and Victoria are the busiest stations in Britain's complex rail network, with a combined 180 million passenger exits and en...

This Year's Loss of Great Barrier Reef Corals Is the Worst on Record

By Shakeema Edwards

Posted on 12/01/2016, 1:30 PM

It might be time to move the Great Barrier Reef to the top of your bucket list. The ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies has reported that about 67% of the corals in the northern section of the reef died in 2016 due to bleaching, a result of prolonged exposure to warm water temperatures. Fortunately for the thousands of species living in the 1,430-mile reef, coral in the...

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