Beaches are many things to many people. Here are a few favorites, whether you’re staying in the area or going away this summer.
US Coast Guard veterans often see lives lost or nearly lost. Here are some of their real-life stories that highlight the importance of boating safety.
Where can you experience this airborne rush? Follow me.
To join the crowd or not on Memorial Day Weekend? THAT is the question.
Here’s a pair of first rate charter companies that will get you started on a nautical adventure without the expense of actually buying the boat.
Thrill seekers get some high-flying adventure on a “zipline,” which carries the timid and bold at daunting speed above the trees, harnessed to a cable.
Every barroom has a story; it’s just that some are better than others. Let’s take a tour of a few favorites, both near and far.
As summer approaches, the Bucks County town of New Hope, on the Delaware River, is once again coming alive with visitors and things to do.
There is a tradition among sailors that probably originated in nautical Annapolis. When warm breezes begin to blow, it’s time to burn the socks! Many of us simply tuck away all but the rattiest pair, […]
With urban bicycling all the rage these days, you can bike big cities and avoid the traffic scrum.
Here’s a ramble through some of the public golf courses within minutes of a 422 exit.
If you’re thinking of tying the knot and are looking for a memorable, small-scale ceremony, how about a nautical nuptials?
We all have tales of bears or snakes, cougars and deer. But those are one at a time, and that’s why I like zoos. You get a world of fascinating animals in one place, and you don’t even have to run away!
As we mark 150 years since the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, we note that a getaway to nearby Gettysburg is a rewarding way to reflect on both the man and his turbulent times.
If the story was heart-pounding, dramatic or held you on the edge of your seat while your knuckles turned white anytime during the last half-century, you can bet you heard or saw it on KYW Newsradio or CBS3 Eyewitness News.