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    DENVER (CBS4) – For the first time since 2020, the Travel & Adventure Show is back in person in Denver. It will be held this weekend, April 30 and May 1, at the Colorado Convention Center. (credit: Getty Images) The show is a one stop shop to explore cultures and destinations from around the world. You’ll even have the chance to talk with travel experts, including Patricia Schultz, author of New York Times bestseller “1,000 Places To See Before You Die.” Other travel celebrities at the show include Peter Greenberg, Andrew McCarthy and Laurie Woolever, also known as Anthony Bourdain’s “lieutenant.” (credit: Getty Images) Tickets can be purchased at TravelShows.com to attend either Saturday, Sunday or both days. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. the 4 p.m. on Sunday. Children 16 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased at the show with cash only.
    IT’S A matter of days until the Radfords jet off on their luxury family vacation to Disney World  and it seems that mum Sue is already in holiday mode. The mum-of-22 showcased her latest manicure on her Instagram stories, revealing that she had paid for some rather special nail art ahead of her trip. 4Sue Radford showed off her glam Disney nails ahead of her luxury trip to Florida with her 22 kidsCredit: Instagram 4The mum of Britain's biggest family impulsively booked the trip last monthCredit: theradfordfamily/Instagram 4The family had initially been planning to go on the trip in OctoberCredit: instagram/TheRadfordFamily Sue, 45, from Morecambe, Lancs, had opted for a threeway colourway of red, black and white with almost every nail featuring a miniature Mickey or Minnie Mouse design. Captioning her snap she wrote: “Disney nails done” accompanied by an aeroplane emoji. She and husband Noel recently made the decision to take their brood to Walt Disney World in Florida in April rather than October as they'd originally planned. In a vlog on their YouTube channel, Sue explained: "I did...
    NASA is inviting members of the public to submit their names to a database that will be loaded on to a flash drive and sent on a trip around the moon with Artemis 1. The US space agency will send the Orion capsule atop a Space Launch System (SLS) mega rocket at some point this summer, possibly as early as late May.  Copying something offered during the Mars missions, NASA will allow people to get a virtual 'boarding pass' to send their name to the moon. Artemis I will be the first uncrewed flight test of SLS and Orion, the system that will take the first woman and first person of color to the moon by 2025. The spacecraft, and the flash drive of names, will spend about three weeks in space, including six days in a distant retrograde orbit around the moon. NASA is inviting the public to submit its name to a database, that will be loaded on to a flash drive and sent on a trip around the moon with Artemis 1 It is set to lift...
    Amy Sussman, Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Tom Brady is taking his talents to Hollywood. The recently retired Seven-time Super Bowl Champion will both appear in and produce an upcoming football-themed road trip film titled 80 for Brady. The film, acquired by Paramount Pictures and also produced by Donna Gigliott and Endeavor Content, will star Hollywood icons Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Sally Field. According to Deadline, the film is inspired by a true story and chronicles a “life-changing trip” four best friends and New England Patriots fans take to see Brady play in the 2017 Super Bowl LI. Tomlin, Fonda, Moreno, and Field will play the four friends, who ultimately face chaos as they attempt to navigate the nation’s biggest sporting event. 80 for Brady will be directed by Kyle Marvin, who also co-wrote the script alongside Michael Covino, while Brady’s producer credit comes via his company 199 Productions. News of Brady’s switch to the big screen comes after he teased a return to the NFL earlier this month. “I’m just gonna take things as they come,” Brady said on his SiriusXM Radio...
    A judge showed little interest in the love life of an accused Capitol rioter who begged to travel to Jamaica to see his girlfriend, shooting down the request on the one-year anniversary of the deadly insurrection.   Anthony Williams, of Michigan, who is currently on pretrial release, faces multiple charges for his alleged role in the riot, including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and tampering with a witness, victim or informant.  On Thursday,  he submitted a request through his lawyer to travel to Jamaica from January 31 to February 10 to visit his girlfriend of one year.  His bold bid a year to the day of his alleged crime was quickly denied by Judge Beryl A. Howell - just hours after it was submitted.  Accused rioter Anthony Williams (pictured) submitted a request to through his lawyer to travel to Jamaica from January 31 to February 10 to visit his girlfriend of one year Williams (pictured) faces multiple charges, including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and tampering with a witness, victim or informant 'This Court will not...
    “Shop till you drop” did not always mean “shop till your phone drops from your trembling, bargain-hunting hand.” For a very long while, “going shopping” in Los Angeles, especially for the holidays, meant putting on real clothes and shoes unsuited to a shower stall, and taking a ride — an adventure, really — to the showplaces of mercantile Los Angeles. L.A. has been on this adventure for almost 150 years, through the peak-and-slide fortunes of the vast downtown flagship department stores, through the centrifugal spread of suburban malls, and the invasion of that unsightly moneymaker called the mini-mall — long before there was any internet to go shopping on. Food and drink stores naturally came first; the earliest Ralphs grocery opened in 1873 in downtown, and Albert Cohn operated several branches of his fancy food shops. Dry goods stores, the forerunner of department stores, flourished too. With the boom of the 1880s that inflated the city’s profile and standard of living, Los Angeles’ muckety-mucks wanted all that big, sophisticated cities had on offer too, and the great department store era...
    When I was growing up, we often took family trips to the Florida Panhandle. The drive took about three hours from my hometown of Albany, Georgia. Our dogs, Moses and Missy, loved going along with us to the beach. My best friend, Allatia, usually joined us too. Allatia’s mother would send us off with a large Tupperware full of delicious chocolate chip and coconut brownies called “Congo Bars.” While these treats were meant to last the week, we would devour most of them during the trip. I usually got car sick, but I never learned my lesson. Of course, none of us wore seat belts. Kids and dogs climbed back and forth freely from the back seat to the front seat. By playing car games and singing, we survived what seemed like an eternity on the road as we eagerly anticipated diving into the emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Chip (A498711) may be a senior dog, but he still loves to play! This 10-year-old Chihuahua mix especially enjoys playing fetch with a tennis ball in the backyard. Chip...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is using an age-old pressure tactic as she tries to amass the votes to to pass President Biden's Build Back Better plan – saying lawmakers won't be flying home for the Thanksgiving holiday until they vote on it. Pelosi's efforts to bring the $1.75 trillion measure up for a vote have been repeatedly stalled – although she finally won House passage of Biden's $1.1 trillion infrastructure package before a different break, a week-long Veterans' Day recess. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told colleagues the Build Back Better plan is set to come up on Wednesday, with a vote possible Thursday, Friday or Saturday.  Pelosi told fellow Democrats the House won't go home until the bill is passed, CNN reported.  Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (Democrat of California), right, arrives with United States House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (Democrat of Maryland), left, and United States House Majority Whip James Clyburn. She told members of her caucus she won't send the House home for Thanksgiving until it passes 'Build Back Better' Adding uncertainty to...
    She's already following in her parents' footsteps and taking a keen interest in wildlife. But Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell's adorable baby girl Grace Warrior also enjoyed a trip to the beach over the weekend during a family getaway to Tasmania.  Former wakeboarder Chandler shared an photo of himself cuddling his daughter while clutching a surfboard on Sunday. Baby's first waves! Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell took their gorgeous daughter Grace Warrior surfing at the beach in Tasmania over the weekend  'Loved our beach day together☀️' he captioned the post. Little Grace looked cute in the image in white onesie with 'Catchin' waves with dad' emblazoned across the front and a khaki hat to match her father.  The photo was presumably taken by Bindi who captured her little girl giggling with glee.  Bindi also posted a picture of a sweet mother and daughter moment of the pair strolling along the shore.  Beach baby: Bindi also posted a picture of a sweet mother and daughter moment as they strolled along the shore  Bindi had rolled-up jeans and a t-shirt on, while...
    GABBY Petito once shared a sunny photo with her fiancé Brian Laundrie, saying that she couldn't wait be "traveling the world" with him. Petito, whose body was discovered at a Wyoming campsite last weekend, posted the image from California on Instagram last May. 2Gabby Petito once shared a sunny photo with her fiancé Brian Laundrie, saying that she couldn't wait be "traveling the world" with him.Credit: bizarre_design_/Instagram 2Petito's body was discovered at a Wyoming campsite last weekend The caption, next to an image of Petito, 22, and Laundrie, 23, hugging, read: "I can’t wait to get back to days like this, traveling the world with you and asking strangers to take our picture... never taking moments like this for granted again! Love you". The case of Petito and Laundrie has gripped the nation over recent weeks. Brian and Gabby were roughly two months into a four-month adventure when Laundrie returned to his Florida home with their van on September 1. WARRANT ISSUED Gabby's parents reported her missing on September 11, and since an outpouring of support has come for the young...
    Dustin Vitale wanted to take his mom Gloria on the trip she always dreamed of: To see the pyramids in Egypt with the whole family — 14 people. As CBS News first reported back in March, he decided to so after his mom was diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer. Dustin worked as a middle school teacher in Philadelphia and could never afford $10,000 to fly everyone, so he started selling cheesesteaks from his home with his mother's recipe. Dustin made sandwiches so big no container could contain them, and peddled them to friends and family. Those people must have told their friends and family, too — because almost immediately, cars started double-parking outside his house. A food truck operator offered his services to help. It took six weeks for Dustin to raise enough, and then some — $18,000. The Egyptian government saw Dustin's story and gave Gloria the Cleopatra treatment during their May trip. According to Dustin, the government even let them visit a sphinx, which wasn't open to the public. Dustin and his mom Gloria got a red carpet...
    OLYMPIC athletes have gone through a very different process to reach the Games in Tokyo, but the logistics of flying hundreds of horses out to Japan is on a significantly grander scale. Some 247 horses will take part in the six events across three disciplines at Tokyo 2020, with a further 78 involved in the Paralympics. 6Olympic horses undertook a long journey to reach TokyoCredit: Reuters 6Horses are loaded two per stall for the long-haul flightCredit: Reuters The process of getting them all into the most strictly-organised Games in living memory has been intense. Teams are already planning how they will operate at the 2024 Paris Olympics and in 2028 at Los Angeles. But the unique Tokyo Games led to teams being uncertain if they were even going in the first place. For the United States squad, this meant 'six months of planning had to be done in six weeks', as U.S. Equestrian’s sport director Will Connell told Forbes. The US team in particular have had to shake up their plans, sending the team to Japan via a camp in...
    LA JOYA, Texas — They kept coming throughout the night. Clusters of migrant children, some with their mothers, others who made the 1,500-mile journey from Central America by themselves, surrendering to U.S. border patrol agents at a makeshift checkpoint along a dark road in this tiny border town. They tightly clutched bottles of water and bags of snacks. Their shoes were caked in mud. Exhausted, they sat or slept on wet patches of grass. They had expected to be questioned by agents, board a big white bus and get sent to a nearby processing center. The coyotes, or smugglers, probably told them that much. But these migrants couldn’t have anticipated the two dozen House Republican lawmakers from Washington who were waiting to observe and speak to them once they had illegally crossed into the American side of the Rio Grande Valley. For many in the congressional delegation — organized by the conservative Republican Study Committee (RSC) and its chairman, Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) — this represented their first visit to the southern border. For some, it was a frustrating experience given...
    Tickets for Space Perspective’s ‘cruises’ to the stratosphere went on sale Wednesday for $125,000, which provides explorers with a 'luxurious' experience at a much lower cost compared to Blue Origin that auctioned off a ticket for $28 million. The firm is using giant ‘space balloons’ to take up to eight guests into the stratosphere, 20 miles above the surface, for a trip that lasts six hours. The announcement follows a private pre-sale period that sold out the first three initial trips - commercial flights are set to takeoff in 2024. Passengers will also be able to feast their eyes on 360-degree views of Earth while inside a capsule that provides a bathroom and bar.   Jane Poynter, Founder, Co-CEO of Space Perspective told DailyMail.com: 'At a leisurely pace of 12 mph, propelled by a space balloon the size of a football stadium, Spaceship Neptune will rise to above 99% of the Earth’s atmosphere to give our space explorers the quintessential astronaut experience of seeing our Earth in the blackness of space.'  Scroll down for videos  Tickets for Space Perspective’s ‘cruises’ to the stratosphere...
    THREE in four Americans plan on taking the trip of a lifetime the second they can safely travel again, according to new research. Given all the stress of the pandemic, it’s no surprise 64 percent of Americans agreed they’re in desperate need of a vacation once they feel comfortable traveling again, especially since 26 percent haven’t taken a vacation in more than 13 months. 3Three in four Americans are planning on taking the trip of a lifetimeCredit: Alamy The survey polled 2,000 nationally representative Americans to analyze the impact Covid-19 had on their travel habits, gauge how they’re feeling about travel now that vaccines are becoming more widely available and determine their most coveted destinations. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hilton, the survey found 59 percent of respondents are planning to check sight-seeing wonders off their wish lists as they begin planning their first trips post-pandemic, including the Grand Canyon, Eiffel Tower and Niagara Falls. Other top destinations included the Statue of Liberty, the Colosseum in Rome and the Las Vegas Strip. Respondents were also asked which countries are...
    Lara Trump has said Americans living along the southern border had 'better arm up and get guns and be ready, and maybe they will have to take matters into their own hands.'  The comments were made during an appearance on Fox News with Judge Jeanine Pirro on Saturday evening to discuss the issue of border security. Trump - who is married to Donald Trump's son Eric - spoke as the numbers of illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico continues to rise. Pirro was discussing recent comments made by Vice President Kamala Harris about the border including a moment when she laughed about whether she was going to visit the U.S.-Mexico border to address the current crisis. Lara Trump appeared on Fox News on Saturday night and suggested residents living along the southern border should 'arm up and get guns' Former president's daughter-in-law accused Vice President Kamala Harris of 'laughing off the crisis at the border' 'She thinks she can just laugh off the crisis at the border and it's embarrassing,'  former president Trump's daughter-in-law chimed in.  'What do we say...
    Just minutes after Kamala Harris departed for Guatemala City on Sunday Air Force 2 was forced to turn around due to 'technical issues.' 'It is a technical issue. There are no major safety concerns,' Harris' chief spokesperson Symone Sanders told reporters. After getting off the ground, reporters indicated there was an 'unusual sound', which appeared to be coming from landing gear as the plane took off. Upon landing, all seemed normal. The vice president unplanned after landing back at Joint Base Andrews in the suburbs of Washington D.C. and boarded another plane. She told reporters while deplaning, 'I'm good. I'm good. We all said a little prayer but we're good.' Harris is still standing by for next steps.  Kamala Harris' flight to Guatemala was delayed on Sunday when her plane was forced to turn around minutes after departure due to 'technical issues'. Harris deplanes Air Force 2 and is standing by for next steps The vice president gave press a thumbs up when getting off the plane, saying: 'I'm good. I'm good. We all said a little prayer...
    KAMALA Harris has admitted she has not visited the southern border in her capacity as border "czar" — and she said progress would not be "overnight". The vice-president was answering questions for the first time on the crisis 31 days since Biden put her in charge of the problem. 5Kamala Harris has not yet visited border facilities nor held any significant press conferences on the issueCredit: CNN 5Young minors lie inside a pod at the Donna Department of Homeland Security holding facility, the main detention center for unaccompanied children in Donna, TexasCredit: AP Harris has received a slew of criticism for refusing to visit the border despite the White House putting her in charge of one of the administration's biggest hurdles. In the 32 days since Joe Biden gave her the new role, she has not visited the southern border or held any press conferences related to the crisis. But she has now broken her silence in an interview with CNN's Dana Bash. Harris admitted she has not visited the border as the number of people trying to enter the...
    The second wave of coronavirus is reaching new heights every day in India. Right from the shortage of beds at the hospitals, Intensive Care Unit’s (ICU) getting full to medications and oxygen cylinders sold at high prices, indeed, we are facing the worst disease ever. Each day positive COVID-19 cases are on a rise and even celebs are not spared here. Sameera Reddy, Sonu Sood, Arjun Rampal are a few stars who are already infected and fighting with the virus. Amid all this, when Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor were clicked at the airport leaving the city and going on a vacay to the Maldives, the internet gave them a reality check. Brahmastra: Alia Bhatt Shares A Picture From The Sets With Ranbir Kapoor And Ayan Mukerji.  The lovebirds were spotted at the Mumbai airport in white attires. However, netizens were not pleased with RaLia’s this act and bashed the duo for running away from the coronavirus mayhem. While some called them ‘bhagode‘ and there was also a user who tagged the destination as Maldives Mela 2021. FYI, Ranbir...
    “I miss the snow,” he says, looking out the window on a beautiful sunny day as we scroll through images of friends on Instagram playing in the snow in New York.  “Me, too,” I say. “But I’m not squeezing into an airplane filled with recirculated virus droplets just yet.”  My partner and I typically fly away somewhere this time of year. Travel is a shared passion and indulgence. It’s what keeps us sane. We ski almost every winter but sometimes we satisfy our need for cold weather somewhere else, like Chicago or New York. We often design trips around food, routinely booking dinner reservations weeks before securing a flight or hotel. Lower Manhattan as seen from the base of the Brooklyn Bridge (Photo by Brad A. Johnson, Orange County Register/SCNG)  Like everyone else, though, we’ve been grounded because of the pandemic, and we’re getting restless. We need to go somewhere, get out of our rut, eat something different. “How about we cook?” I ask, knowing full well that I will be the one who does most (all) of the cooking....
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