Christmas Dinner and Monarch Butterfly Watching: How to Spend a Weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (January 6-8)

What: Bacteriopolis Exhibition When: Friday-Sunday, January 6-8 Where: Exploratorium, Pier 15, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111 Learn More: Thousands of different species live in this colorful bacterial terrarium - green cyanobacteria, orange iron oxidizers and gray cellulose eaters. What…

Superblue Holiday Market & Interactive Exhibit: How to Spend a Weekend in Miami (January 6-8)

What: Special Dinosaur Exhibition When: Friday-Sunday, January 6-8 Where: Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science | Miami, FL Museum Park 1101 Biscayne Blvd Miami 33132 More: Travel back in time to prehistoric South America, Africa and Madagascar, where…

Farewell to the Christmas tree and an exhibition of paintings by Ukrainian artists: how to spend a weekend in New York (January 6-8)

What: Farewell to the Christmas tree When: Friday-Sunday, January 6-8 Where: A full list of participating parks can be seen on the website. More: The New York City Parks Organization invites you to hold a kind of festival of farewell to the Christmas tree. Bring the tree to one of the designated places where it will be processed into shavings.…

Midnight Movie Screenings and Prohibition-Style Cafes: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (January 6-8)

What: Andy Warhol Auto Show When: Friday-Sunday, January 6-8 Where: Petersen Automotive Museum 6060 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles 90036 More: Everyone knows the colorful portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's soup cans, but did you know that Andy Warhol made reproductions...

Seven of the Most Beautiful and Unusual Streets in the US You'll Remember Walking Through for a Lifetime

Not all streets are the same. Streets don't have to teach history lessons or be painted in bright colors to be charming. Some of them are notable for their stunning natural features, atmosphere and special architecture, according to HouseandGarden. The street is a kind of living organism,…

Space race: US fears that China will seize all the valuable resources on the moon

The US could win the race for leadership on the moon against China. But there is no time to waste, as China's progress in space technology is staggering, according to Politico. The race to the moon between the United States and China is getting tighter and the next two…

Sins of the ancestors: Benedict Cumberbatch is required to pay reparations because his family owned slaves

Benedict Cumberbatch's family could be forced to pay reparations to Barbados because his ancestors ran plantations with slaves on the island in the 18th and 19th centuries, according to the DailyMail. The actor's seventh great-grandfather bought the Cleland plantation in St. Andrew, Barbados, in 1728. On a plantation...

See America by Train

The 18 train routes take you through some of America's most breathtaking and scenic landscapes, offering a unique experience you'll never forget. There is no better way to feel life than to take one of the epic train rides around…

End of an era: famous people we lost in 2022

2022 has been a tough year in every sense. Before many people had time to move away from COVID-19, the war in Ukraine and the economic crisis hit the world. But not only in this, 2022 was sad - this year brought us many losses. We have lost...

Parties, fireworks and camping: how to spend a weekend in the USA (December 30 - January 1)

Most likely, you already have plans for this weekend - tangerines, champagne, confetti and gifts. But if this is not enough, then our selection will help make the upcoming weekend even brighter and more interesting. So, New Yorkers are waiting for an evening of Ukrainian carols and, of course, ...

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