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U.S. actor Kevin Costner's travel app aims to tell people about America's history

Academy Award winner Kevin Costner's U.S.-based travel app, HearHere, aims to tell stories on the people who first inhabited North America and the complete history of the United States, including the "most unflattering parts." CNBC's Monica Pitrelli reports.
By Monica Pitrelli
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Why would an Oscar-winning actor create a travel app? Kevin Costner shares his story

Kevin Costner discusses HearHere, the road trip app he co-founded that sends short stories to travelers when they approach places with an interesting backstory. Kevin Costner knows a good story when he hears one. That's why he said he was intrigued when he heard about an app designed to alert travelers of notable, yet often unnoticed, places of interest along their journeys. "I'm the guy that driving around America … when you see those bronze markers along the way, I want to stop. I want to rea
By Monica Pitrelli
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A travel guide is fleeing Ukraine — and hosting free online ‘tours’ along the way

Her virtual tours around Kyiv normally attract between 30 and 100 people. But more than 1,800 tuned in to Olga Dudakova's livestreamed tours in Ukraine following the Russian invasion. The first tour was scheduled with only a few hours' notice, she said. "It was totally unprepared," she said. "I didn't have a plan … I just wanted to show my soul and the tragedy of the situation. … This war is totally unjustified, and it's unprovoked." Dudakova said so many people were posting questions during the
By Monica Pitrelli
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‘Air rage’ is complicating travel in North America and Europe – but not so much in Asia

The videos light up social media and dominate news headlines. From verbal confrontations to all-out brawls, scenes of airplane passengers behaving badly have become increasingly familiar in Covid-era travel. While "air rage" may seem to be another inevitability of living through a pandemic, some parts of the world are seeing fewer frustrations unleashed in the skies. Before the pandemic, there were between 100 to 150 reports of unruly passengers in a typical year on U.S. airlines. In 2021, ther
By Monica Pitrelli
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