The number of French people living in Hong Kong has tripled over the last 10 years, and their presence is changing the face of some neighborhoods as they open bistros, boutiques, and other businesses
June 19, 2016 - June 25, 2016
27,500 runners expected at Gold Coast Airport Marathon in Queensland, Australia. Photo Credit: Sports + Fitness An estimated 27,500 running enthusiasts are expected to take part in the 39th Gold Coast Airport Marathon, which will...
Midsummer's Eve takes place in Sweden on a Friday between in late June. It coincides with St. John's Eve, which is no coincidence: 24 June was a feast day of the Christian martyr St John the Baptist, and the celebrations began the night before.
New South Wales attracted more tourists in 2015 than any other Australian state or territory. International arrivals grew by 8.9% to 3.6 million visitors, and domestic tourism grew by 3.8% to 7.5 million visitors.
Southwest Airways and Alaska Airlines add flights on the lucrative California Corridor between the San Francisco Bay Area and the Los Angeles Basin. Is Alaska building a presence at San Jose to offset Southwest's dominance at Oakland?
The days have been getting longer since 22 December, reaching their crescendo today, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. If you're south of the Equator, however, it's the shortest day of the year.
21 June is the first day of winter in the Southern Hemisphere and the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere.It is the shortest (or longest) days of the year, and they will get progressively longer (or shorter).
The Bergman Week is organized by the Bergman Center, a museum dedicated to the life and works of Ingmar Bergman. Many films are screened during the festival. The museum has a permanent and temporary exhibtions..
Oakland Raider fans party in Biloxi, Mississippi at the first Summer Beach Bash organized by the Southern Alliance of Raider Nation (SARN), proving once again that the Raider Nation is truly national in scope.
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