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October and November will bring the third annual Oregon Bounty, which offers visitors the chance to participate in all sorts of cool food-related activities. Possibilities include crushing grapes, making cheese, rolling truffles, and hitting the farmers' market with local chefs....read more»

September 11 changed travel in ways we could never have imagined. Will we ever recover?...read more»

On November 4, from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., 40 museums in Amsterdam will allow visitors to see their temporary and permanent displays in conjunction with special events such as musical performances, poetry readings, food tastings, and even dancing....read more»

This weekend, writer Avital Binshtock and her friend Jen Haft are setting out on a cross-country road trip, and they're keeping an interactive blog to chronicle their journey. Avital's and Jen's "Two for the Road" journey will rely on reader suggestions about where to go and what to do once they get there....read more»

Things are looking good for culture vultures heading to Baltimore this fall, especially when it comes to saving money. Thanks to the city's mayor, Martin O'Malley, and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, many events at museum, dance, and music venues will be free or have reduced admission throughout October and November....read more»

TSA shortcuts involve "tradeoffs in security effectiveness," according to one government report. Feeling any safer yet?...read more»

Here's something I can applaud: Hertz says it will introduce a fleet of 35,000 new fuel-efficient cars later this week....read more»

As if having your eye drops and bottled water seized by airport security weren't reason enough to be angry, yesterday's Boston Globe points out another one: Many of your seized items are making their way into special discount bins where savvy shoppers can buy them for just a dollar or two....read more»

States that attract fall color tourism are starting to gear up for the season with foliage reports, route guides, and other seasonal information. I'll break these posts down by region, with New England up first....read more»

Nantucket is gearing up for its first annual restaurant week, to be held from October 6 to 14. Not content to do it like all the other cities adopting restaurant weeks, the event will conclude on October 14 with a chowder contest, where local restaurants will go head-to-head (or would that be spoon-to-spoon?) for best chowder bragging rights....read more»

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