Taking the Kids — on a safari planned for more than seeing amazing wildlife
Jack Frater is unfazed by a passing , fully fed lioness

Taking the Kids — on a safari planned for more than seeing amazing wildlife

The Madikwe Game Reserve borders Botswana to the north and is home to the famous “Big Five.” Before breakfast one morning, we’d seen four of them — lions, elephants, Cape buffalo and white rhino

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Taking the Kids — and discovering a hidden gem off the tourist track
Native American jewelry on display at Perry Null Trading

Taking the Kids — and discovering a hidden gem off the tourist track

Still doing holiday shopping? Take your pick of earrings, necklaces, bracelets, handwoven rugs and baskets — entire roomfuls that are handmade by Native American artisans. Of course, you can shop till you drop anytime!

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In Zambia: Empowering women through skills and A&K Philanthropy
At work in the recycled bicycle shop

In Zambia: Empowering women through skills and A&K Philanthropy

This project, one of several here run by Abercrombie & Kent Philanthropies, is designed not only to bring money into the village—the bikes sell from $25 to $120, with people coming from Livingstone to purchase them—but to empower women, explained Mabvuto Phiri, who is showing us around the village

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Denver Performing Arts: Xanadu Inspires with Roller Skates and 80’s Hits
Xanadu at the Denver Center for the Performaing Arts

Denver Performing Arts: Xanadu Inspires with Roller Skates and 80’s Hits

Xanadu, produced by Denver Center for the Performing Arts Cabaret, captures the spirit of the 1980s while appealing to many generations. The musical is adapted from the cult classic movie with the same title starring Olivia Newton John and Gene Kelly

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