Amaluna Revels in Feminine Power

by Heather Cassell This isn’t Avalon, but it’s another world ruled by Goddesses and full of magic. It’s Amaluna, the latest hit in Cirque Du Soleil’s sachet of whimsical wonders, borrows a bit from Shakespeare’s Tempest and mother earth myths in a wonderous show that shouldn’t be missed. The story begins with

Woman Bit by Shark at Maui Beach

by Heather Cassell A woman was taken to a hospital in Maui after being bitten by a shark at Keawakapu Beach on the south shore of the Hawaiian island. The woman suffered non-life threatening injuries and is in stable condition, according to media reports. The beach is closed until 12 p.m. on Sat.,

The Mighty, Fierce Women of Nazare

by Maria G. Yates, special to eTN Two hours north of Lisbon, on the vast expanse of the Atlantic coast, is the city of Nazare (Nazareth). My stay here has been short. Two nights to be exact, but I have fallen in love with this small coastal community. I have specifically fallen

Entertainment Tourism Generates More Than 2 Billion British Pounds for the U.K.

By EturboNews.com 6.5 million tourists that love music, carnivals and concerts spent more than 2.2 billion British pounds in the United Kingdom in 2012. The study "Wish You Were Here" reveals that tourists at live music events add billions to the U.K. economy and motivate Britain-wide travel stimulating regional economies. Nearly three-quarters