Mayim Bialik, the former “Blossom” actress, has sustained serious injuries in a car accident in Los Angeles this afternoon and sources the actress may be in danger of losing her finger. It all went down on the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and La Brea around noon,sources tell us the former Bialik was traveling alone in a white Volvo […]
Given their nation’s long reign as the world’s most visited country, you’d expect the French to know a thing or two about insufferable tourists. It turns out they do and are proving it to the rest of the world
Which is scarier, the noise or the silence?
In “Farangs,” a short story by Thai-American writer Rattawut Lapcharoensap, a guesthouse owner grumbles about foreign tourists and their narrow tastes.
Charles Overby is not optimistic about his future. The bearded American works in a so-called smart-shop, selling hallucinogenic mushrooms in Amsterdam’s touristy Rembrantsplein area.
Everyone should love Brazilian tourists. They spend more per capita than any other nationality.
While television reporters delight in doing stand-ups while wading through water, the truth is, only a tiny percentage of the city of Memphis has been affected by flooding. But with images of the swollen Mississippi River driving tourists away from Beale Street, the city’s famed party strip is dry and far too sober
“Welcome to Memphis,” boomed Ben Outlaw, the airport Hertz rental car bus driver, over the speaker system, “home of barbeque, the Civil Rights Museum, riverboats, Graceland and the 100-year flood. You can’t beat that!” Indeed, regional tourists flocked to Memphis on Monday as the Mississippi River began to crest at 48 ft
It was a beautiful, sun-splashed Cairo morning, and a brass band was playing in Tahrir Square. The musicians, about two dozen in all, wore driven-snow white trousers and red military jackets with gold tassels
The home of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founding father of Bangladesh, sits down a tree-lined street in an affluent corner of the capital, Dhaka. Tourists and locals file into the compound daily to view its insides and his personal belongings a dressing gown, old books, his favorite pipe.