5 noteworthy travel trends in the age of a pandemic

Nov 17 2020

COVID-19 has changed the way we travel. When the pandemic began, many people put vacations on hold, shelving their wanderlust. As the pandemic continues, people are starting to travel again, but in different ways that prioritize health and wellness. This has led to some interesting travel trends, showing…

Headlight savings time: Switch today, see better tonight.

Nov 3 2020

Daylight saving time is coming to an end, but Headlight Savings Time is just starting.Headlight Savings Time is an annual campaign sponsored by Sylvania, a leading aftermarket automotive brand with more than 100 years of industry experience, to remind drivers that headlights, just like brakes, tires…

Ely, Minnesota. Room for your next vacation.

Nov 3 2020

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Are there benefits to buying a timeshare in this day and age?

Oct 22 2020

Once upon a time, if you said you owned a timeshare, you might get a side eye from a well-meaning friend who was concerned you caved to a hard sell for a vacation option. But times have changed, and a quiet revolution in the industry now shows that timeshares can be a savvy vacation strategy.According…

62% of teens experiencing COVID-19 related disruption in driver education/licensing [Infographic]

Oct 20 2020

Michelin North America, Inc. partnered with Governors Highway Safety Association to provide resources to parents during National Teen Driver Safety Week.A newly released survey of parents reveals that many teens are experiencing a COVID-19 related disruption in driver education/licensing, but 35% of…

From Cave Paintings to Graffiti – The Evolution of Street Art

Oct 6 2020

For many of us, art can still feel out of reach. We think of paintings hanging in a museum, chosen by curators and viewed at a price, or private art collectors in possession of influential pieces never seen by the wider public.However, in its most ancient form, the accessibility of art was essential…