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By Kate Krader Mirazur in Menton, France, is the No. 1 restaurant in the world. This is the first time chef Mauro Colagreco and his sunny Provencal dining room have clinched the top spot; previously the restaurant was No. 3. This is also the first time France has gotten the No. 1 spot since the awards began 18 Read More →
The Colorado ski resort Arapahoe Basin announced it will be open for weekend skiing until June 30 thanks to this year’s abundant snowfall. The current base is 37 inches on the slopes at Dillon and eight runs are open. Over the past three days, half-an-inch of snow fell. “We still do not know about the Read More →
By Kate Krader and Lucas Shaw Bloomberg News As if further proof were needed that California has become the center of America’s food universe, consider this: Michelin historically bestows its famed stars only once a year. Last November, the international food guide showered the Bay Area with stars. Seven months later, Michelin is back again, this time to recognize the entire Read More →
By Claire Ballentine Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Washington has more than just politics to boast about. It also shot up a recent rankings list of the best cities in America to visit. New York is No. 1, again. Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco round out the top four, all same as last Read More →
By Christopher Palmeri Walt Disney Co. unveiled the wildly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, providing an early look May 29 at the ambitious expansion of its original Disneyland theme park in Southern California. The 14-acre (5.7-hectare) project is the largest-ever addition to the park that founder Walt Disney first opened in Anaheim in 1955 and Read More →
Want to get a fish eye’s view of the Great Barrier Reef but don’t have a boat? Ride-share company Uber Technologies Inc. announced on May 23 that it’s launching a new feature called ScUber, allowing customers to book a submarine trip through the Uber app in Queensland, Australia. The ScUber experience will be available from May Read More →