The wide open spaces attract people of all ages. The fresh air is hard to resist and the benefits of spending time outdoors are so many that it behooves everyone, including the elderly, to answer the call of nature. According to researchers from the United States Department of Agriculture ForestRead More →

From restaurants to museums to markets, these outdoor activities might surprise you Ready to dive back into international travel? With our priorities revolving around outdoor activities, Paris’s flower-filled parks, vibrant street art, and cozy alfresco dining are appropriate for this time. Famous monuments like the Arc de Triomphe and theRead More →

STATEN ISLAND, NY – A weekly event in Stapleton brings the neighborhood together by providing crucial resources to residents and empowering local youth to get involved in their community. This summer, the Staten Island Justice Center, in conjunction with various other community organizations, is hosting Hill Street Thursdays, offering freeRead More →

Drive the High Road from Santa Fe to Taos for the beauty and seclusion of remote landscapes. The 56-mile-long High Road winds through historic villages and past the Santuario de Chimayo, a church famous for its healing land. We shopped at the galleries featuring pewter artwork, straw sconces, statues ofRead More →

Relaxing restrictions to allow certain outdoor activities, including alfresco dining and fitness classes, for gray zone areas is something Premier Doug Ford says he would “absolutely.” in favor of doing so provided the medical officers of health and mayors consent to it. Speaking at a press conference in Hamilton onRead More →

Playing in the mud, making garlands and climbing trees are simple pleasures that have defined childhood for generations. But these youthful activities seem to be disappearing as an increasing number of children play video games instead. Dozens of outdoor activities that were almost universally enjoyed a generation ago are fallingRead More →