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The Unveiling Of Detroits QLine Streetcar

Welcoming the addition of the QLine Streetcar to Downtown Detroit.

Will RobertsRawhide, Head up, move um out, Rawhide! - Rawhide, Head up, move um out, Rawhide! Take a tour of the theme park Rawhide, based on the 60's TV program.
Will RobertsA View of Old West Deadwood - Deadwood Tour, Will Roberts gives you a view of old west Deadwood style.
SOP newswireSimpliFLY for Smooth Thanksgiving Travel - Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. This week promises to be challenging, as the Air Transport Association has predicted a four percent rise in
SOP newswireTSA Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques - The Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques (SPOT) program utilizes non-intrusive behavior observation and analysis techniques
SOP newswireTSA Comment on DHS FBI Security Bulletin - While TSA will not comment on the content of the joint DHS/FBI bulletin, we know that shoes continue to be a concern and that is why removing shoes remains part of TSA
Jennifer L. HernandezA Taste of Puerto Rico - Traveling is more than just making plans, it is about immersing oneself into a culture.
Askin Ozcan (Mentor)ISTANBUL - City On Two Continents - Europe bound? Visit Istanbul, too. Take the airport bus to Taksim Square. Drag your luggage several hundred yards to Istiklal Caddesi.
SOP newswireDelta flight 16 from ATL to JFK , What Happened? - At approx 4:00 p.m. on October 25 a passenger bound for Delta flight 16 from ATL to JFK with continuing service to Mumbai
Will RobertsMr. Roberts goes to Washington! Part I - Will Roberts goes to Washington: Lions, Tigers and Barriers . . . Oh my!
SOP newswireTSA's Statement on American Eagle Flight to Raleigh-Durham International Airport - American Eagle flight 4518 departed Jacksonville International Airport at 7:10 p.m. with a destination of
SOP newswirePrivate Aircraft Security and DHS - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today new efforts to further improve aircraft security in the United States. DHS is working
SOP newswireTourists in Russia need to take into account the country's laws - Tourists visiting Russia are being advised to take into account the country's laws when buying antiques and works of art as souvenirs. The advice follows the case of a South American student who was arrested after buying Soviet medals at a flea
SOP newswireTSA Continues to Extend Security Beyond the Checkpoint - On July 28, 2007 one Salt Lake City traveler had his trip cut short when he came across the Transportation Security Administration's
SOP newswireKip Hawley Responds to Sikh Community - Today TSA Administrator Kip Hawley responded to the leaders of the Sikh community. He expressed understanding about the sensitivity and importance
SOP newswireSky Harbor adds black lights, magnifying glasses to security - You may not have noticed, but the person who checks your boarding pass and driver's license before letting you queue up at a Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport checkpoint is now a trained Transportation
SOP newswireNotting Hill Carnival 2007, take note - As thousands of people plan to take to the streets of Notting Hill for this year's Carnival the message from the Met is take care, keep safe and enjoy the event.
Texas Fish and GameBlack Bears in Texas? Q&A with Texas Fish & Game Executive Editor Chester Moore - Freelance journalist Nancy Phillips interviewed Texas Fish & Game Executive Editor Chester Moore about an article in the September issue about a black bear captured on video near Leakey, TX .
SOP newswire9/11 Commission recommendation - uniform watch list - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is taking significant steps toward implementing a key 9/11 Commission recommendation - uniform watch list matching
Julie WhitemanButterfly Pavilion Buzzes with FUN - There are always fun programs going on at the Butterfly Pavilion too. Right now, it is the Backyard Bugs Passport Adventure. Receive a passport at the door and get it stamped for completing
SOP newswireSecure Flight, DHS Announces Predeparture Screening of International Passengers - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today steps that will strengthen aviation security through uniform and consistent passenger prescreening against government watch lists. DHS
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Tony and Maureen Wheeler, Authors of Unlikely Destinations - That's all Tony and Maureen Wheeler needed for the trip of a lifetime. They met on a park bench in Regent's Park and married a year later.
SOP newswireAviation Emissions Best Tackled Through Cooperation, Innovation - Washington -- Addressing aviation emissions requires that countries cooperate globally and seek innovative solutions rather than try to impose their own plans on other nations’ airlines, U.S. officials and experts say.
SOP newswireExperts praise airport security warning - WASHINGTON (AP) -- Security experts and politicians - even longtime critics - praised the Transportation Security Administration's warning that terrorists might be
SOP newswireTSA Statement Regarding Intelligence Bulletin on Suspicious Incidents at U.S. Airports - News media has obtained a routine TSA intelligence bulletin relating to suspicious incidents at U.S. airports. While this bulletin is not classified
SOP newswireRome and Milan Airports Targeted by Terrorists - PERUGIA – Investigators have seized photographs of Rome’s Fiumicino airport that may have been connected with preparations for an attack by an Al Qaeda cell.
SOP newswire8-Year Old Boy on The No Fly - No 8-year-old is on a TSA watch list. Airlines can and should automatically de-select any 8-year-olds out there that appear
Manish LamichhaneNepal--- the Largest Natural Museum in the World - The biggest natural museum in world. Here is presented a wonderful view from Nepal so that you can enjoy.
SOP newswireCDC Travel Health Book Advises Travelers on Hazards - New features include an expanded section on injuries and auto accidents and tips for avoiding deep vein thrombosis on long international flights.
Askin Ozcan (Mentor)Turkey: The New Tourism Target in Europe - Many tourists visiting Turkey decide to buy a second home in those fascinating vacation paradise.
SOP newswireTurkish culture to be promoted in Disneyland - Turkish culture will be promoted at the 12th Annual Epcot international Food and Wine Festival to be held at Disneyland's Epcot Center in Orlando. Turkey will be represented by the
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