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Meet the Uber driver on a mission to troll the ‘Vaxxed’ anti-vaccine road trip
The Vaxxed bus tour has been stopping at public parks, chiropractor’s offices, and private residences across the country to film and post online interviews with ... His supporters have funded his travel with more than $11,000 in donations to his.

Travel baseball brings big bucks to other areas, why not Philadelphia?
While Philadelphia boasts the most profitable Major League ... growing at 6.5 percent per year. As noted in a Washington Post piece on travel baseball, the All-American Wood Bat Classic tournament in Atlanta had only a dozen teams participating in 2000.

A couple who left everything behind to travel the world explains what it's like to start a business on the road
They document travel tips, tricks, and experiences on their website ... but also because I have no artistic talent.' In May, the Washington Post dubbed adult colouring books 'the latest trend.' The Post cites a statistic from Neilsen Bookscan that found.

Discover Philadelphia's Local Secrets
We sent Philadelphia ... full of tips and local secrets just for you. What is the best thing about Philadelphia? Hands down, the food and the art. Last year Philadelphia was ranked #6 for the best food cities in America by the Washington Post.

Guest editorial: Whether she's on the $20 bill or not, Harriet Tubman made men pay for underestimating her
In Philadelphia, she worked as a household servant and saved ... Brown is an award-winning staff writer at The Washington Post who has covered night police, education, courts, politics and culture. She wrote this as part of a continuing series about.

Priest who's visited North Korea more than 50 times wonders if he can go again
It's so many times that he's lost count. But now, the 84-year-old Catholic priest from Philadelphia fears he may not be able to go again, because of new restrictions on American travel to North Korea that will go into effect Friday. "I can't conceive that.

Harvey floods southeast Texas as governor warns: ‘The worst is not yet over’
Subscribe to the Post Most newsletter: Today’s most popular stories on The Washington Post But forecasters said the ... they said. [A comprehensive guide to the Post’s Harvey coverage] It rained so hard Tuesday night in Port Arthur Texas that Tiffany.

Everything You Need to Know for the Women's March on Philadelphia
A day after President Donald Trump's inauguration, tens of thousands of people are gathering in Center City, Philadelphia, along the Ben Franklin Parkway for the Women's March on Philadelphia ... marching in Washington, The Washington Post reported.

Breaking down the Washington Redskins’ 2017 schedule game-by-game
With Washington’s first game coming Sunday, Mike Jones breaks down every week of the Redskins’ 2017 slate. Week 1 vs. Philadelphia ... comes at the right time for Washington, which has a travel-heavy remaining slate. Week 6 vs. San Francisco, Oct.