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October 13, 2014 - The Washington Post

It’s Columbus Day. Let’s talk about geography (and Ebola). - by Kim Yi Dionne and Laura Seay

Today we commemorate Columbus Day, an American holiday observed in some states, perhaps for Christopher Columbus’s perseverance and bravery rather than his geographical knowledge. In light of recent scares involving “potential Ebola cases” and air travel involving individuals who had been nowhere near the Ebola outbreak zone, it seems we all could use a little geography lesson.

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October 11, 2014 - Mashable

Ebola's Impact on Travel Spreads Beyond the Outbreak - by Jessica Plautz

As the Ebola outbreak has gained speed in West Africa, the effect on travel has spread far beyond the three countries most affected.

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October 9, 2014 - Portland Press Herald

U.S. travel industry worries about Ebola impact on holidays - by Hugo Martin

Industry officials say additional infections in the U.S. could upset travel plans of some of the 7 million Americans expected to book flights for the busiest travel days of the year.

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October 7, 2014 - PNW Travels/Hubpages

Top 5 Halloween USA Travel Destinations - by PNW Travels

There are Halloween celebrations and haunted houses in most communities in North America, but there are some vacation destinations that have a history or tradition that makes them some of the scariest and fun places to celebrate Halloween.

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A cultural boom in the next year will see new galleries, many by celebrity architects, opening from Paris to Los Angeles.

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