A midsummer night’s scheme

There’s not much to do in a small town on a summer night, but we were determined to find excitement somewhere, somehow.

Dolomites hike an invigorating way to see splendor of Alps in Italy

Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park shows off some of the elements that makes the mountain range among the most attractive in the world.

Discover the legacy of metro law enforcement at the Tokyo Police Museum

The Tokyo Police Museum, a six-story building a 7-minute walk from the Tokyo Station, showcases hundreds of years of policing history in Japan, and to top it off, it’s a completely free experience.

Bold flavors served at Singh’s in Wiesbaden a recipe for return visits

Tucked away on an unassuming street close to Wiesbaden’s main train station, Singh’s Tandoori Indian Restaurant offers an extensive menu of bold flavors for enthusiasts of the subcontinent’s cuisine.  

A must-stop spot for cheesesteak enthusiasts in South Korea

World Philly Cheesesteaks near Osan Air Base offers the classic American sub and many other items with a tasty Asian twist.

Movie listings for the week of July 5

Here’s what’s playing at on-base theaters.

Tours from Europe bases

Here are a few of the upcoming trips scheduled by military bases.

Recently announced concerts and events for July 5 and beyond

Listings for recently announced concerts, special concerts and shows and on-base theater.

Why these 10 American anthems deserve a spot on your Fourth of July playlist

To impress your patriotic pals, learn the backstories of the songs that have become ubiquitous at U.S. celebrations.

Easing dogs’ July Fourth dread

Fireworks can evoke physical and guttural reactions from dogs that are rooted in fear. Their behavior can range from cowering in corners to running away from home. Trying to figure out what will soothe your dog can practically feel like an annual tradition in itself. But doggy day cares, shelters and even one fireworks seller are doing what they can to help.