Category: Tours

These Urban Tours are Spurring a Discussion About Income Inequality

  A “graffiti tour” in a New York City neighborhood is spurring a discussion about income inequality. Dazed writer Jonathan Turton took a “Free Tours By Foot” tour of the Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn which focuses on street art. Bushwick was an immigrant neighborhood in the 1950s and 60s that struggled…

Night Shift: Devendra Fadnavis Tours Mumbai From Midnight To 3:30 AM

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis inspected the progress of the Mumbai Metro MUMBAI: HIGHLIGHTS Chief Minister tours city, suburbs late at night Checks on progress of plans for Mumbai metro Metro to be launched in 2019 to supplement local trains Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis put in…

HellRaisers, mousesports advance to DreamHack Tours playoffs

The DreamHack Tours Counter-Strike:Global Offensive tournament kicked off Saturday with two teams earning playoff berths. Jens Schlueter/Getty Images The second DreamHack Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event in as many weeks is officially underway, this time taking place in Tours, France. Saturday kicked off with the initial group matches…

Behind-the scenes tours hosted at Nevada State Museum

Typically in a museum, there are only so many sections to observe what’s displayed behind walls and walls of plexiglass. While that’s enjoyable, little do visitors know there are more hidden treasures in vaults below the first floor, such as the Nevada State Museum on Carson…

Go garden-gazing on these local spring tours

So many flowers! So many tours! It must be spring. April and May bring the return of several annual home and garden tours to the greater Sacramento area. While supporting good causes, these tours also represent opportunities to see several private gardens and historic houses that…

Grand Central guide suspended for giving offl imits tours

The MTA has suspended its Grand Central Terminal guru for allegedly giving secret, forbidden tours of the commuter cathedral, sources said. Dan Brucker worked for the MTA for three decades, most recently guiding tourists through “off-limits” areas at Grand Central, including a power station, a control…