Month: March 2019

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Broadway Travel are an experienced travel company based in Luton, Newcastle and Frimley providing the best deals on holidays and city breaks since 1948. They have a specialist team who all have been in Travel Industry for many years between them. Broadway Travel customers can trust their booking is in safe hands, as they are
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Outside the Convention Center Source: Expo West The natural food world’s largest show of the year, Expo West, spans the entirety of the Anaheim Convention Center plus two hotels, and all public areas in between. Over 3000 booths from over 1800 brands serve up new, notable, improved and repackaged takes on health food and ancillary goodies (there is
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Timeline:1924 – The Society for Human Rights is founded by Henry Gerber in Chicago. It is the first documented gay rights organization. 1950 – The Mattachine Society is formed by activist Harry Hay and is one of the first sustained gay rights groups in the United States. The Society focuses on social acceptance and other
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(CNN) — A group of revelers throw colorful powders over each other during celebrations for the ancient Hindu festival of Holi in Mathura, India. The Chicago River flows green after being dyed for St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Chicago, Illinois. Hordes of visitors take park in the “inaugural walk” for the Vessel, a new landmark
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In the Cold War, Berlin was split by a wall. 25 years after it’s fall, this travel guide shows how East Berlin and Germany have changed. Subscribe : https:/www.youtube.com/vagabrothers Big thanks to everyone who made this episode possible: – Visit Berlin: http://www.visitberlin.de/en – Andre from Berlin on Bike: http://berlinonbike.de/en/ – Artists Dimitri Vrubel & Victoria
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Victor Moussa/Dreamstime NYC is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn uprising with a year of LGBTQ-focused events and exhibits. There’s a great big world out there, and our latest “news you can use” may inspire a trip you never knew you needed. From New York City’s biggest LGBTQ celebration ever to London’s new
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