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Innocent Eyes Project Needs Your Help to Help Save Kids

Innocent Eyes Project Needs Your Help to Help Save Kids

“Ours is not a sad story,” writes Innocent Eyes Project founder David Noyes. “It is a story about the hopes and dreams of children and families. It is also about the gift we share as travelers to experience the world and the desire to give back to the people and places that have touched our lives.”

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Quick Summer Getaway From Los Angeles

Quick Summer Getaway From Los Angeles

Need a getaway? Hop in the car and you’ll be somewhere quick.

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Drink This

Brewing a Regional Flavor: Louisiana’s Bayou Teche

Brewing a Regional Flavor: Louisiana’s Bayou Teche

  Brewmaster Karlos Knott, spent years as a homebrewer perfecting a beer that would complement Cajun and Creole cuisine of Louisiana—spicy meat and seafood dishes such as gumbo, boudin, crawfish bisque and jambalayas. His creation, LA-31 Bière Pâle, became the flagship beer of Bayou Teche Brewing, selling out almost immediately after its launch in March, […]

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Las Vegas

Thrill Seeking in Las Vegas with Zeke Quezada

Thrill Seeking in Las Vegas with Zeke Quezada

Once again I get to talk about crazy, fun stuff on television. Go thrill seeking in Las Vegas with me!

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Los Angeles

Surviving The Road To Hana

Surviving The Road To Hana

Can you survive the endless turns and a road that creeps out onto the ocean? You need to drive to Hana. If Zeke Quezada did it, there is a good chance you can make it.

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Golf in Indianapolis is Will Change Your Mind About “Nap Town”

Golf in Indianapolis is Will Change Your Mind About “Nap Town”

Hidden in plain view in the tony clubhouse of Crooked Stick Golf Club in a suburb of Indianapolis– up a set of stairs above a narrow landing – hangs a black and white photograph of Pete Dye, one of the country’s most notable golf course architects.In the photo, the 85-year-old Dye is young, maybe 30, posing on […]

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Travel

48 Hours in Maui

48 Hours in Maui

How much time do you need to have a complete experience? How much time do you need in Maui? Zeke Quezada is betting 48 hours, plenty of food and a ukulele is enough.

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